Kip Colbert of VMWare to Present at Rock Stars of Mobile Cloud

LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 13 February 2014 – Kip Colbert, CTO of End-User Computing at VMware, will speak at Rock Stars of Mobile Cloud on 6 May in Boston about the challenges facing enterprises during the multi-cloud and multi-device era.
Colbert drives technical strategy and advanced development of innovative solutions for VMware's desktop, social, and mobility products. A 10-year veteran at VMware, Kit previously held roles as the Chief Architect and Principal Engineer for Horizon Workspace and as the lead Management Architect for the vCenter Operations Suite. Colbert is a recognized thought-leader on End-User Computing and Cloud Management trends. He speaks regularly at industry conferences, on the main stage at VMworld, and is the desktop and mobility voice for the VMware Office of the CTO blog.  
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Other top leaders who will be presenting at Rock Stars of Mobile Cloud include:
  • Nick Brown, SAP Senior Vice President of Mobile Strategy
  • Peter Coffee, Vice President and Head of Platform Research at
  • Bernard Golden, Vice President of Enterprise Solutions for Enstratius
  • Joshua Greenbaum, Principal of Enterprise Applications Consulting
  • Dr. John Halamka, CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • Frank Ingari, CEO of NaviNet
  • George Reese, Executive Director of Cloud Management, Dell Enstratius, and
  • Krishnan Subramanian, Director of OpenShift Strategy at Red Hat.
These mobile cloud experts will share insights such as:
  • How to stay in control of your mission-critical data when there are billions of connected devices on the Internet of Things
  • How to use the Composable Enterprise to stay competitive in a digital world and bring the pieces together to make it work
  • Best practices and case studies on how you can use the mobile cloud to elevate performance of people, machines, and your organization
  • Answers about how healthcare's embrace of mobile cloud can be used as a blueprint for other industries.
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