MOBLICITI’S VIEW

The 9th Annual Enterprise Mobility & Cloud Conference

08:30 – 14:00 | 13th November 2019 | London Stock Exchange

MAKING MOBILE & CLOUD WORK FOR YOUR BUSINESS

The worlds of mobile and cloud have collided, as users now expect to work on different devices from different locations. Consequently, corporate data is being taken beyond the perimeter – your data has now left the building and all endpoints need to be secured.

Coupled with recent GDPR fines means that security is now a board-level concern, and it is now more important than ever to move away from static username and password to look towards a more complex way of securing data by securing the identity.

Mobliciti’s VIEW seeks to inform and educate enterprises on best practices for both mobile & cloud, including security, management and connectivity.

Join over 100 of your peers and industry experts at VIEW 2019 to discover exactly what to expect from these markets in the next 12 – 24 months and how you can help your business stay ahead of the curve.

DISCUSSING HOT TOPICS...

THE TROUBLE WITH 5G

With the roll-out of 5G, data usage is expected to increase exponentially – find out how to tackle the problem of increasing data.

THE CUSTOMER VIEW

Find out how a 3000-employee legal firm approached the challenge of digital transformation.

SAY GOODBYE TO THE PASSWORD

Learn how to stop identity related breaches without impacting user experience.

THE ANALYST VIEW

CCS Insights, Nick McQuire, share’s his predictions for the worlds of mobile & cloud over the next 12-24 months.

(UN)UNIFED COMMS

There are many collaboration tools which can be used for communication but how do you use them and how can they become truly unified?

MAKING THE MOST OF MICROSOFT

Discover how to take advantage of the Microsoft stack and bring return on investment for your business.

YOUR DATA HAS LEFT THE BUILDING

Find out how to secure access and data across a perimeter-less enterprise.

MOBILE SECURITY IN PERFECT BALANCE

How to implement balanced, agile and flexible security in a world where mobile threats are constantly evolving.

FROM INDUSTRY EXPERTS INCLUDING…

Andy Brown

Andy Brown

Chief Technology Officer
Mobliciti

Shane Taylor

Shane Taylor

Chief Executive Officer
& Co-Founder

Mobliciti

Matt Atkinson

Matt Atkinson

Managed Mobile Network
& Device Specialist

Mobliciti

Biography

Andy joined Mobliciti in June 2015 as the Operations Director, responsible for Customer Support, Engineering, Project Management and Internal Operations and Systems and has most recently transitioned into the role of Chief Technology Officer. His previous role as Global Head of Mobile Engineering at HSBC meant that Andy was responsible for 70,000 Smartphone and Tablet devices globally. He also implemented the first BYOD and managed iPad solutions into HSBC.

Biography

Founded in 2009, Shane has led the company from start-up to a leading Mobile IT Systems Integrator with over 100 Enterprise Customers.

With 20 years’ experience in the Enterprise IT Mobility, Shane has held a number of Senior Management roles, including 10 years at Sirocom Ltd where he transformed the Enterprise Mobility Business Unit from a tactical small business into a £10M+ Managed Services Provider.

As CEO Shane’s aspiration is now for Mobliciti to become the leading provider of Managed Mobility Services in the UK.

Biography

Matt’s worked in the telecoms market for over 20 years, helping IT, Finance and Procurement teams to developed a joined-up approach to managing telecom expenses, procurement as well as more recently developing Mobliciti’s own mobile network and device lifecycle services. Matt has led contract negotiation and expense management projects both in the UK and internationally for companies including HSBC, Clifford Chance, McDonald’s, Tesco and HomeServe.

Nick McQuire

Nick McQuire

Vice President, Enterprise Research
CCS Insight

Suzan Sakarya

Suzan Sakarya

Sales Director, UK & Ireland
Wandera

Neil van Rooyen

Neil van Rooyen

Head of Pre-Sales
Mobliciti

Biography

Nick has over 15 years' experience in enterprise technology advisory services, most recently as managing director of the Global Enterprise Mobility Alliance. He is a former vice president at IDC, where he led the enterprise mobility strategies practice in London. Nick leads our enterprise research, focused on the digital workplace including mobility, security, artificial intelligence and cloud computing. Frequently quoted by the BBC, CNBC and Reuters, he is a regular speaker at InfoSecurity Europe, AI Tech World, Mobile World Congress, Cloud & DevOps World Forum and other events.

Biography

Suzan is currently a Director at Wandera leading the UK&I sales team and has worked in security for over 10 years. Throughout this time, the mobility and security landscape has evolved exponentially and Suzan has helped organisations globally to secure their employee’s endpoints from threats while helping to increase productivity.  Organisations use Wandera to protect their data from mobile threats, optimise data usage to reduce costs, and gain real-time intelligence on data usage. Wandera works with more than 500 global enterprises including Deloitte, KPMG, Bloomberg, and Santander, and has been recognised by leading analysts for its leading Mobile Threat Defence capabilities.

Biography

Initially joining in 2014 as a Systems Engineer, Neil has been Mobliciti’s Head of Pre-Sales since 2015. He specialises in providing architectural design, best practices, installations, upgrades, application deployments, migrations and disaster recovery in both on-site and hosted/private cloud environments.

David Critchley

David Critchley

Regional Sales Director, UK & Ireland
MobileIron

Biography

David is responsible for managing MobileIron's UK & Ireland team and all their business activities relating to customers and partners; helping them deliver trust in a “zero-trust” world.  In 2018 David led the UK team to 40% year-on-year growth and the successful launch of mobile threat defence and this year the team are gaining traction with zero sign-on and the promise of eradicating passwords in the enterprise. Prior to MobileIron David has held a number of senior roles in both sales and marketing having worked for Rackspace and Dimension Data after a long career at Cisco where he spent nearly sixteen years.

 

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DIRECTIONS

The London Stock Exchange can be accessed through Paternoster Square. The closest tube stations are as follows:

ST. PAUL'S

2-minute walk

MANSION HOUSE

7-minute walk

BANK

9-minute walk

Use Exit 9