Managing the Perfect Storm
in Mobile IT:
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 pm GMT
iPass and MobileIron are at the nexus of the inflection point in the growth of enterprise mobility, and have a uniquely point of view on how IT will successfully navigate this change.
In this webinar you’ll gain:
Who should attend:
- Insight on issues at the convergence of connectivity, security, devices and apps that’s driving the wave of change in mobile IT
- BYOD ramifications for devices, liability, data and cost
- Details on how to unleash mobile productivity by ensuring secure connectivity
Join two visionary leaders in enterprise mobility for a lively round table conversion:
- Mobile IT: manager to C-level
- IT: manager to C-level, including anyone responsible for telecom, wireless, mobility or BYOD
Please register now to attend.
- Evan Kaplan, CEO of iPass
- Bob Tinker, CEO of MobileIron
Evan L. Kaplan is president and chief executive officer of iPass Inc. Kaplan is focused on delivering always-on, frictionless connectivity around the world—easily, quickly, securely and cost effectively. The company’s vision is to set the world on Wi-Fi, with the world’s largest commercial Wi-Fi network and trusted connectivity platform.
President and Chief Executive Officer
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’s previous roles include Director of Marketing at Vertical Networks and Vice President at NationsBank, with oversight of IT, sales, product management, and operations.
Bob is an Executive Board Member of the Foundation for the recently opened University of California at Merced, the first major university built in the U.S. in the last 30 years. He is also a member of the Full Circle Fund, a group of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs in partnership with nonprofits to advance the causes of public education, affordable housing, digital inclusion, and sustainable energy in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Bob has a BS in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia and an MBA from Stanford.