With the western European market for enterprise mobility management and security set to reach £468m in 2015, enterprise mobility is becoming essential, though implementing security, policy and compliance across a diverse set of devices, networks and applications remains a hurdle.
Our 3rd bi-annual Enterprise Mobility and Mobile Device Management will feature exciting case studies about how to secure, monitor, manage and support mobile devices, and impart insights on how mobility can be utilised to help your business performance. Our unique programme is designed to inform the non-technical mind with the complexities of mobile device management while at the same time allowing technology professionals to learn and share best practice.
Enterprise Mobility and Mobile Device Management is aimed at senior business, technology and operational leaders of corporations who are charged with purchasing, deploying and managing mobility and the mobile workforce in their enterprises.
Mark Taglietti is currently the Head of ICT Service Delivery and Vendor Management at University College London Hospital NHS Trust (UCLH).
Mark is working to deliver a transformational ICT strategy to support the trust and its patients, with an emphasis on world class infrastructure, innovation, mobility, security and digital services.
The first fifteen years of Mark’s career were spent in London working within the financial sector, he then spent eleven years in the Australian public healthcare sector before returning to the UK and assuming senior ICT roles for the London Ambulance Service, and more recently University College London Hospital.
Steve Watt is Chief Information Officer at the University of St Andrews.
A native of Scotland he was born in Dundee in 1971. He currently lives north of Dundee in Angus. Steve was educated at the University of Abertay Dundee where he gained a Bachelor of Science degree in Building Engineering & Management, a Master of Science degree in Information Technology and later a Master of Business Administration degree.
Steve is a European Engineer, Chartered Engineer, Chartered IT Professional and a Fellow of the British Computer Society and has 19 years’ experience working within the Information Technology field. He has worked primarily in the Higher Education sector in a variety of roles which have included Network Analyst, IT Manager, Depute Head of Information Services and Chief Information Officer (CIO). At St Andrews he is responsible for the IT Services function comprising of around 90 staff and is a member of the University Senior Management Team.
Dragan Pendic is a Chief Security Architect within Diageo’s Information Management and Security practice.
He has responsibility of driving strategic security solutions and provides leadership and guidance across the Diageo organisation in the area of enterprise security architecture, information protection strategies and technology. His specialisations include Enterprise IT and Security Architecture, Web Services Security, Identity and Access Management, Emerging Technology & Market Assessments and Risk Management.
Previously, Dragan was with Verizon Business, KPMG and Capgemini where he led many global companies in transforming their businesses around information security. He has over 18 years of experience architecting and designing information security solutions. He is a regular speaker at leading industry forums including those by Ovum, Gartner, IDC, MISTI and EEMA. He holds a MSc in process engineering, he is TOGAF 9, CISSP, CISM, CCSP certified and member of the Association of Enterprise Architects.
Brian McKenna, Business Applications Editor, Computer Weekly.
He originally joined the CW team in 2007 as the Editor of Computer Weekly (print), coming from Elsevier where he was the launch editor of Infosecurity magazine.
Since Jan 2011 he has been developing the information management content stream for TechTarget in the UK, first on SearchDataManagement.co.uk, now on Computer Weekly.
Educated at the Universities of Glasgow and Oxford, he was a British Academy Post-Doctoral Fellow and Junior Research Fellow at the University of Oxford, 1992-97.