Managing the Perfect Storm of
Sea change at the intersection of mobile
access, apps and devices
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Time: 10 a.m. Pacific / 1 p.m. Eastern / 6 p.m. GMT
iPass and MobileIron are at the inflection point in the growth of enterprise mobility, and have a unique point of view on how IT will successfully navigate this change.
Join two visionary leaders in enterprise mobility for a lively round table conversation:
In this webinar you’ll gain insight into:
- Evan Kaplan, CEO of iPass
- Bob Tinker, CEO of MobileIron
Who should attend:
- Mobile access, apps and devices
- Connectivity, Security, devices and apps
- Devices, liability, data and cost
- Mobile IT
- IT: manager to C-level, including anyone responsible for telecom, wireless, mobility or BYOD
Evan L. Kaplan is president and CEO of iPass Inc., where he is focused on delivering frictionless connectivity around the world—easily, quickly, securely and cost effectively. The company provides the world’s largest commercial Wi-Fi network and trusted connectivity platform.
With nearly two decades of executive leadership and entrepreneurial experience, Kaplan served as president and CEO of Aventail Corporation, a company he launched in 1996. The Seattle-based network communications company was an SSL VPN pioneer. The company’s services business was acquired by Megapath in 2005 and its technology business was acquired by Sonicwall, Inc. in 2007. Prior to Aventail, he held positions at WRQ, Inc., and Crane Aerospace.
Kaplan holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental sciences from Western Washington University, and a MBA from the University of Washington. He can be followed on Twitter at iPass_CEO.
Bob Tinker is president and CEO of MobileIron, the Mobile IT pioneer in security and management of mobile apps, data, and devices for the enterprise. Positioned in the Leaders Quadrant of Gartner, Inc.'s Magic Quadrant for Mobile Device Management Software, MobileIron has been chosen by thousands of organizations that are transforming their businesses through Mobile IT. Available as an on-premise or a cloud solution, MobileIron was purpose-built to secure and manage mobile apps, data, and devices for global companies. MobileIron was the first to deliver key innovations such as multi-OS mobile device management (MDM), mobile application management (MAM), and BYOD privacy controls. Before MobileIron, Bob led the Business Development team for Cisco’s wireless business units, a combined $1B business. As a member of the executive staff, he was responsible for driving long term revenue growth and expanding Cisco’s wireless initiatives to laptops and smartphones. Before Cisco, Bob was the first business executive at enterprise wireless pioneer Airespace, where he was Vice President of Business Development. Cisco acquired Airespace in 2005.
Bob has a BS in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia and an MBA from Stanford.