Panel Discussion: What’s Your Strategy? Supporting Mobile Devices in the Workplace RSVP Here: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=jbotlqdab&oeidk=a07e6g8qxsk559892e3
Details: Mobile devices are no longer optional in the workplace and with them come myriad security and support challenges. Join us as a panel of experts discusses strategies their companies are using to successfully support mobile devices.
Chad Bacher (WebRoot)
Robert Green (Co-Founder, CTO Dizzion, Inc.)
Adam Marsh (CH2MHill)
About the Panelists:
Adam Marsh, Manager Global Network and Telecommunications for CH2M HILL
Adam graduated Magna Cum Laude with a dual BS in Computer Information Systems and Computer Networking from Regis University and a Masters in Telecommunications from the University of Denver. An active BICSI RCDD and NTS Specialist since 2000, Adam also maintains the CTMS and CTME certifications from AOTMP. His present role involves the strategic planning and operation of CH2M HILL’s data and telephony infrastructure which includes wireline and wireless voice and data, unified communications, telecom expense management, data center operations and Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity for CH2M HILL.
Chad Bacher, VP, Mobile Solutions at Webroot Software
“Mobile security services are now a must — lost device protection, secure web browsing, and antimalware provide essential protection,” Chad Bacher, vice president of Mobile Solutions at Webroot, said in a statement. This is a quote from an article in the Denver Business Journal by Mark Harden titled Webroot survey: Twice as many plan to go mobile for holiday gift buying.
Robert Green, CTO Dizzon, Inc.
As CTO, Rob is the visionary for defining Dizzion’s product. He oversees all aspects of technology including infrastructure, systems, tools and development. Recently, Rob was the Executive Vice President of Cloud Services at MDSV, a leader in hardware, services and integration. He was responsible for defining product and marketing strategy for the MDSV open integrated hardware server platform.
Rob also held the position of Director, Product Development and System Architecture at ViaWest. While at ViaWest he helped redefine the managed services offering and created several innovative products. Rob also served as the Director of Technical Infrastructure for Rackspace Managed Hosting where he established the internal infrastructure systems and external technical services that fueled exploding triple digit growth throughout the mid 2000′s.
Rob began his career as a Molecular Biologist for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) where he co-authored several publications. He later developed applications for the Next Generation Space Telescope/James Webb Space Telescope at NASA. He later joined Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory where he developed a top secret computing environment in the Warfare Analysis Laboratory. During the ‘Dot Com” boom Rob left the public sector and joined Digex and was one of the first Manager of Unix Technical Operations at the company. Rob Green attended the University of Maryland and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
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