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POWERING THE DIGITAL ENTERPRISE
Cloud at IP EXPO Nordic showcases the next generation of cloud solutions for enterprises and explores how the hottest new technologies can help you build more scalable, agile, efficient IT.
Learn, understand and meet experts on some of the following areas:
Managing a Multi-Cloud Environment
Most large businesses operate a hybrid model with some data or applications held in cloud environments and more sensitive data held on-premises. This approach decreases reliance on a single vendor and decreases risks from a disaster mitigation perspective, however it can be in practicality, complicated to manage.
Understand from the experts at the conference how to overcome and manage these complications.
Projects worked on collaboratively are much more likely to be delivered to a higher standard, on time and on budget. For many companies though, whose workforces are spread across multiple locations, collaboration is extremely challenging. At IP EXPO you can see the latest products and practices available to make working collaboratively easier and more intuitive.
Because your business will not have to buy or manage equipment, Cloud can be a considerably cheaper option to run your applications. It is also extremely flexible allowing you to pay for what you use. However understanding billing structures and complex security and governance issues is essential to making the most of the cost efficiencies associated with cloud.
How to make the most of IoT
A lot is said about IoT enabling the 'products-to-service' transformation and more and more products being offered as a service rather than sold. Hear examples of IoT operating at scale and discover how you can make the most of IoT.
Amazon Web Services
Adrian Hornsby is Technical Evangelist at Amazon Web Service in the Nordics. He joined AWS as a Solutions Architect to help customers in the Nordics adopt AWS and move their IT infrastructure to the Cloud. As a Technical Evangelist, Adrian works with customers of all sizes, from start-ups to large enterprises, to help them adopt the AWS cloud. He is passionate about helping customers address their business needs by crafting highly scalable, flexible and resilient cloud architectures. Adrian has over 15 years of experience in the IT industry, having worked as a researcher, a software and system architect, a backend and web developer and part of DevOps teams where his focus has been on cloud infrastructure and site reliability, writing application software, deploying servers and managing large scale architectures.
Chrome Customer Engineer
Pritam Pabla, Chrome Customer Engineer at Google EMEA is a 20-year veteran in client Infrastructure solutions. Pritam is an expert in solution selling device management technologies and in this position he has EMEA responsibility for providing IT consulting around Chromebook management, security, TCO and Chrome lifecycle best practices for all of Google’s large enterprise and government customers. In his short time at Google he has already gained a major win at John Lewis.
Prior to Google, Pritam worked for notable corporations such as Microsoft, Lenovo and IBM. He is based in Berkshire, with his wife and young son.
VP Innovation and Design
Brian Curran has been at the forefront of Human Centered Design, Customer Experience and Business Innovation for multiple Fortune 100 Brands as well as many start-ups in senior executive roles ranging across Operations, Customer Care, Sales, Marketing and E-Commerce in the Automotive, Communications, Consumer Electronics and Technology Industries.
His design background is derived from being thrust into situations that were either totally disruptive in nature to the organization or being tasked with resurrecting a failing department, function or brand. With an eye on immediate improvement to the financial health, Brian has deployed multiple design disciplines such as Kaizen, Six Sigma, Service Design, Design Thinking and Agile, to name a few in the pursuit of driving employee engagement and innovation focused on delivering compelling business transformation that produces results.
Brian has the good fortune to have worked on many of the transformations that we take for granted today such as working with Steve Jobs and Eight Inc. to build the first Apple Store within a Store at CompUSA in 1997 (a learning opportunity through fast failure), Determining whether to build BestBuy.com on the Amazon platform with Jeff Bezos in 2000 (decided no as they were going to be a competitor some day) and eventually instead building the first Click and Collect (Buy online / Pick up in store) capability in the world.
Brian’s team even designed the first FedEx facility built within the walls of an e-commerce shipping facility at Simplicity in order to expedite driving consumer confidence that products would arrive on time. The best way to describe his formal training is as a “Charmed Life” caused by being in the right place at the right time. His formal education has been in the trenches of day to day business learning from failure and eventual success.
Upon arriving at Oracle, Brian has focused a majority of his time on helping the company embrace Human Centered Design. His team’s latest creation, IDEA, is a series of workshops and engagement strategy focused on equipping, enabling and empowering the innovator to get ideas executed within their own organization.
With a background as an officer within the Swedish air force and a civilian security career as CSO and CISO plus being Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control, Anna holds many of the keys to successful management of IT operations. She now runs Basefarm´s private cloud services, a tight 365/24/7 operation of mission critical services using traditional datacenter platforms and hyper converged technology. Anna has built her IT operation management competence over + 10 years holding strategic management positions in both EVRY and Basefarm.
She is committed to have a structured risk management flow through all value chains, a never-failing recipe for making the right decisions and creating strong and self-driven technical global teams. Favorite quote of all times: Admiral Ackbar: It´s a trap!
Erik founded Disruptive Technologies in 2013 so that the world could truly realize the potential of the Internet of Things. He leads a team that has created a complete sensing solution that is unmatched in size, scalability and ease-of-use. Previously he architected the world’s lowest power microcontroller EFR32 and the world’s fastest growing ISM band radio ICs.
CEO & Co-founder
Crosser Technologies AB
Martin is a tech entrepreneur and executive with more than 15 years’ experience from VC owned fast growing tech startups.
Prior to co-founding Crosser, Martin was a CEO of Adra, a Norwegian SaaS company. Prior to joining Adra, Martin was Head of Sales for Edgeware, the edge-video-server company that IPO’d in 2016, securing fast international expansion. Prior to joining Edgeware, he co-founded and was CEO of PacketFront, a FTTH router and systems company, that became one of the fastest growing tech-companies in the Nordics. Martin started his career with five year in Sales at Cisco and he has a Master of Science in Business Administration from Lund University, Sweden.