Rock Stars of Mobile Cloud

6 May 2014 | Boston

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Rock Stars of Mobile Cloud

What's beyond the mobile cloud app?

6 May 2014


Rock Stars of Mobile Cloud

6 May 2014 Boston

New ideas. Practical solutions.

Rock Stars of Mobile Cloud

Hear how executives from, SAP, VMWare, Dell, and others have unleashed the potential.


Don't Miss Rock Stars of Mobile Cloud - 6 May in Boston


This must-attend event features top executives leading the way in Mobile Cloud—a convergence that promises to entirely transform how users and enterprises interact with mobile technology.

For a limited time, you can take advantage of Early-Bird registration and save more than 30 percent. Register now  to assure your seat at the affordable rate of $299 — or $229 if you are an IEEE or IEEE Computer Society member — for an entire day's worth of presentations, networking, and more. Team and student pricing is also available.

*Special offer: Register to attend and receive a free subscription to IEEE Cloud Computing magazine.

Learn how to take advantage of the convergence of these two powerful technology trends. Only at the Rock Stars of Mobile Cloud conference will you hear from executives who:

  • Have solid experience in making mobile and cloud technologies work within an organization
  • Help you directly apply the knowledge within your organization
  • Possess the big-picture view of its vast future potential 
  • Come from leading companies such as Salesforce, SAP, VMware, Dell, and Red Hat
  • Are among the 10 most influential people in cloud.

Rock Stars of Mobile Cloud is the place to learn not only how to survive in the era of Mobile Cloud — but also to thrive and succeed.

Pick up the actionable insights and knowledge you need to deliver the competitive advantage in these diverse areas:

  • Driving mobile strategy in an enterprise environment
  • Managing a portfolio of mobile applications
  • Using mobile applications to leverage new IT architectures
  • Improving synchronization of data
  • Ensuring reliability and scalability
  • Increasing ease of integration
  • Controlling mission-critical data, and
  • Implementing anytime-anywhere access to applications and collaborative services.

GET EARLY-BIRD PRICING NOW. Limited Time. Register Today.

Who should attend: Application developers, CISOs, cloud service providers, consultants, CTOs, mobile app creators, network administrators, software developers, or anyone developing or thinking of creating a mobile or cloud strategy. 


Nick Brown

Nick Brown

Senior Vice President, Mobile Strategy

Nick Brown is responsible for driving SAP's mobile platform strategy for MEAP, MCAP and MDM, and managing the portfolio of mobile B2E & B2C applications across all SAP LoB and Industry focus areas. In addition, he is responsible for strategic market development, mobile strategy, and overall business planning. Brown joined SAP in 2007 as vice president of CRM Alliances, driving the development of strategic partnerships with systems integrators.

Peter Coffee

Peter Coffee

Vice President for Strategic Research

Peter works with IT professionals and independent developers to build the global community using cloud application platforms including's and Heroku. He served as the company's first CTO for Automobile Industry Initiatives and supported customers' Internet of Things and big data programs. Peter has more than 30 years' experience in guiding adoption of new technologies as a developer, consultant, educator, author, and lecturer.

Bernard Golden

Bernard Golden

Vice President, Strategy

Named by as one of the 10 most influential persons in cloud computing, Bernard Golden is a recognized visionary in the field. He oversees the Cloud Computing Enterprise Solutions division at Dell Enstratius and serves as the cloud computing advisor for CIO Magazine. His blog has been named on over a dozen "best of cloud computing" lists. He is a highly regarded speaker, and has keynoted conferences around the world. Bernard is also the author or co-author of four books on virtualization and cloud computing.

John Halamka

John Halamka, MD

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

As CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, John Halamka is responsible for all clinical, financial, administrative, and academic information technology serving 3,000 doctors, 14,000 employees and 2 million patients. He is also a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, chairman of the New England Healthcare Exchange Network (NEHEN), co-chair of the national HIT Standards Committee, co-chair of the Massachusetts HIT Advisory Committee, and a practicing emergency physician.

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=Unlimited Resources

Mobile and cloud computing are converging to create a new platform—one that provides unlimited computing resources and opens up a world of new opportunities.

These opportunities can't be unlocked with mobile alone. Mobile devices have limited memory, processing power, and battery life. And cloud in a desktop environment can only go so far.

But when the two technologies are put together, and data processing and storage happens outside of mobile devices, those limitations disappear.

Corporate leaders are scrambling to leverage the power of Mobile Cloud in internal and external environments. But the change can't occur overnight. Processes must be developed to ensure reliability and scalability, ease integration, provide anytime, anywhere access, and more.

There is a sense of urgency. The development of mobile applications now outpaces traditional Web applications. Mobile device adoption continues to rise. And employees expect to use their personal devices at work.

To find out how to take advantage of what IDC calls "the third platform," register now for Rock Stars of Mobile Cloud.

Special Early-Bird pricing is now available.



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