Notable Speakers

 

 

Tom Powledge, Vice President of Product Delivery, SMB and Cloud, Symantec(Keynote)

Tom Powledge is Symantec's vice president of Product Delivery for SMB and Symantec cloud. In this role, Powledge is responsible for the strategy, development and delivery of Symantec’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and small and mid-sized business solutions.

Prior to his current role, Powledge served as vice president and general manager of the PC Tools Business Unit where he led engineering, sales, marketing, strategy, business development, and support for the division. PC Tools develops a wide range of award-winning security and utility software products with global distribution.

Since joining Symantec in 1995, Powledge has also served in several executive level positions including as the vice president of product management for the Consumer Business Unit at Symantec, where was responsible for the management of the Norton consumer product line.

Powledge has more than 17 years experience in the software industry and is a graduate of Harvard Business School and the University of California, Santa Barbara.

 

Social Media Success Panel Moderator

Scott Chou, General Partner, Gabriel Venture Partners and Michigan eLab

Scott Chou has been in the venture capital industry since 1997 and is known for his focus on disruptive technologies and for authoring Maxims, Morals, and Metaphors - A Primer on Venture Capital. Scott’s passion for early stage technology ventures extends back to high school when he joined his first startup as a software engineer. He has since worked for five more technology ventures including Poqet Computer and ICE in addition to world-renowned research and development organizations such as Bellcore and IBM. His broad expertise in technology spans the industry from manufacturing to software development to chip design. Scott completed the prestigious Kauffman Fellows Program in 1999 with Onset Ventures. He later joined Gabriel Venture Partners in early 2000 where he focused on research labs for fundamental innovations. His first investment at Gabriel was in the seed round of NextG Networks which eventually sold to Crown Castle for $1 billion. Scott’s educational background includes a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering with honors from Caltech as well as master’s degrees from Harvard University and Stanford University.

 

Social Media Success Panel

Timothy Tuttle, PhD, CEO and Founder at Expect Labs

Expect Labs is the third technology company that Tim has founded. Tim started his career at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Lab, where he received his PhD. Tim has also served on the research faculty at MIT as well as Bell Laboratories. His first company built the Internet’s first large-scale CDN for real-time data. His second company, Truveo, built the web’s second-largest video search platform, reaching over 70M monthly visitors, and was acquired by AOL. Tim served as Senior Vice President at AOL responsible for the Truveo business unit.

 

 

 

 

Social Media Success Panel

Stephen Lee, Head of New Ventures, Skype

Stephen Lee is the Head of New Ventures at Skype where he manages Skype’s relationships with strategic early stage companies. 

Prior to joining Skype, Mr. Lee was a Principal at Samsung Ventures where he helped lead Samsung’s investments in Digital Media and Mobile companies. His investments include: Widevine (acq’d by GOOG), YuMe Networks, Ethertronics & nLight.

Previously, Mr. Lee led venture investments at Mitsui & Co., where he played an active role in Mitsui’s investments in Beceem Communications (acq’d by BRCM), Synacor (NASDAQ: SYNC), Luidia and SmartSignal (acq’d by GE). Prior to his venture capital career, Mr. Lee was a management consultant where he helped leading technology companies identify new growth opportunities both in the United States and abroad. 

Mr. Lee holds a B.A. in Political Economies from the University of California, Berkeley and an M.B.A. from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. 

 

 

 

 

Social Media Business Success Panel

Andrew Hoag,  CEO and Founder,  Urbantag

Andrew is an entrepreneurial technical product leader who enjoys building products, companies & teams from scratch, but also have led product lines with $60MM+ in revenue and still can write a line of code once in a while. Most recently, he launched urbantag to tackle the trillion-dollar online-to-offline commerce market. Urbantag was born out of several iterations at Black Drumm, where they won an fbFund award and launched several products enabling marketers to reach more customers through social media and word-of-mouth channels. Urbantag was successfully acquired by Tagged in 2012. 

Immediately prior to this, Andrew was founding CTO and COO at two start-ups, and has been an angel investor and advisor to several others. Before that, he held management roles in consulting, product management, business development and marketing at VeriSign.

Andrew is always interested in meeting technologists and entrepreneurs that are interested in the local, mobile, social network and semantic web spaces to share ideas on how to create great products and profitable businesses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Social Media Business Success Panel

George Garrick, CEO of multiple high-growth social media startups

George Garrick has been a serial CEO in Silicon Valley since 1998, successfully working with high-growth startups, turnarounds, corporate pivots and repositionings, and investor exits.  His recent areas of expertise include advertising (in which he has been a pioneer for 30 years);  social and mobile games, apps, and monetization; and other consumer facing products and services.

In 1998 he repositioned and re-launched Flycast Communications leading to a $500 million IPO and a $2.3 billion sale.  Shortly after he re-invigorated Placeware and sold it to Microsoft to become LiveMeeting.  As CEO of Wine.com he opened up major new distribution channels leading to new growth and a path to profitability, and as CEO of Jingle Networks he pioneered ad-sponsored voice search in the context of FREE-411 calls.  George took over Offerpal, acquired the early Tapjoy, and pivoted Offerpal from Social to Mobile monetization and app distribution including a rename to Tapjoy and a major re-launch of the Tapjoy business.  Most recently he ran SocialShield, earned a PC Magazine Editor’s Choice and Product  of the Year Award, and arranged an exit to German IT security firm Avira.  And a few months ago George engineered the sale of ad network Brand.net to Valassis Corp.

Prior to his Internet career, George spent 15 years as part of the management team which grew IRI to the nation’s leading marketing information services company, reaching the position of CEO-North America with over 4,000 employees, and he also served as CEO of the A.C. Nielsen company.  In the 80s and early 90s Garrick was one of the nation’s leading experts in advertising effectiveness and consumer behavior, and was a member of the Advertising Research Foundation Board as well as a highly sought-after speaker at national and regional conferences on advertising, consumer behavior, and emerging consumer research and new media technologies.

He currently lives in Atherton, CA with his wife Lainie and three teenage children, and enjoys fitness, travel, cooking, photography and videography, consumer technology, and coming up with new and different adventure vacations and trips for his family. 

 

Gamification, Gaming and Entertainment Panel Moderator

Margaret Wallace, CEO and Co-Founder, Playmatics

Margaret Wallace is an American entrepreneur, gaming and media professional. In 2009, she co-founded Playmatics with Nicholas Fortugno in New York, New York. The company is dedicated to bringing rich user experiences to the Internet, in social media networks, and on a variety of connected platforms and products. In 2006, she was named one of the hundred most influential women in the game industry. With experience in creating both original IP and leveraging big brands in new ways, she is a recognized expert in the growing field gamification. She is also CEO of Shadow Government, Inc. — a social mobile start-up which recently raised a $1 million angel investment round to create an entirely new form of social gaming based on the gamification of real countries, systems, and worldwide events. Prior to these companies, Margaret was also CEO of venture-backed Rebel Monkey and of Skunk Studios, one of the first-ever casual game companies and gaming portals. Margaret splits her time between New York City, San Francisco and the universe at-large.

 

Gamification, Gaming and Entertainment Panel

Damon Grow, CEO and Co-Funder, CrowdMob Inc.

Damon is a top serial game designer for social games. He previously founded Shattered Reality Interactive (now called Rocket Ninja), a venture-backed social gaming company and was formerly the Creative Director of Lolapps where he built their X-Wars games, Yakuza Lords, Diva Life and Band of Heroes. Previously, Damon served as Head of Games at ROFLplay (acquired by Lolapps). Damon is a funded entrepreneur raising millions for previous companies and was a TechCrunch 50 finalist in 2008.

A lifelong gamer, Damon has designed games for multiple platforms and genres, for immediate social experiences to large-scale massively multiplayer online games. His knowledge of gaming and his ability to predict emerging market trends within the social gaming space has earned him a top spot as one of the most successful social game designers.

 

 

 

Gamification, Gaming and Entertainment Panel

Ivan Lee, CEO and Co-Founder, Loki Studios

Ivan graduated with a Computer Science B.S. from Stanford University in 2009 and was awarded the prestigious Mayfield Fellowship - Stanford’s 9-month entrepreneurship program that also spawned Instagram, Hearsay Social, the Experience Project, and other notable Stanford alumni companies. While at Stanford, he won awards in both the advanced graphics class and the senior project class. On the side, he served as advisor to a social entrepreneurship non-profit. After stints at Microsoft and Kno, Inc., he took a leave of absence from pursuing a Computer Science Master's degree to co-found Loki Studios. 

He took part in the founding class at StartX, the Stanford student startup accelerator that engages with high potential Stanford startups. Since graduating from the program, he has served as an Entrepreneur in Residence and advisor to other startups in the program.

An avid gamer all his life, Ivan is thrilled to be jumping into the realm of mobile gaming just as it’s getting started. He resides now in Silicon Valley, working to shape the landscape of location-based gaming.

 

 

Gamification, Gaming and Entertainment Panel

Kai Huang, CEO and Co-Founder, RedOctane; Founder,  Guitar Hero

Kai Huang is a co-founder of RedOctane and has been the President and CEO since 1999. Publishers of the popular Guitar Hero franchise, RedOctane was acquired by Activision in June 2006.

Prior to RedOctane, Mr. Huang was co-founder and CEO of Adux Software, a software company developing solutions for the server appliance market. Adux Software was sold in 1999. From July 1994 to August 1998, he was a consultant with Accenture, where he worked with Fortune 500 clients in the area of supply chain management.

Mr. Huang holds a B.A. in computer science from the University of California, Berkeley.

 

Gamification, Gaming and Entertainment Panel

Janos Barnero, Co-Creator, FoldIt Project at the University of Washington

Janos is a co-creator of Foldit, a protein-folding video game which crowdsources scientific research by turning protein structure prediction into a fun, interactive, 3D game. He studied mathematics and computer science at the University of Washington and did research in biology and medicine. He is interested in the applications of data mining and gamification to biomedical research. Janos is currently working at a cleantech startup in the Silicon Valley.

 

Future of Mobile Innovation and its Investment Landscaping Panel Moderator

Doug Park, Partner, Rimon, P.C

Douglas Y. Park is a Partner of Rimon, PC, in Palo Alto. Doug has spent his career helping companies succeed by tackling difficult issues that cross clear functional and disciplinary lines. With a passion for working with companies that seek to change the world, and an expertise in both business and law, his practice addresses complex situations that cut across corporate governance, corporate and securities law, and strategy. He represents clients in a wide range of industries, including mobile, SaaS, cloud, and healthcare. In addition to his practice, Doug teaches classes at Stanford on starting startups, mergers and acquisitions, and integrated business and legal approaches to business challenges. He regularly advises on the strategic and legal implications of socially responsible business models and serves as the Chief Sustainability Officer of Rimon.  He is serving his third term as President of the Harvard Club of Silicon Valley. Doug holds an AB in Sociology from Harvard College, a PhD in Business from Stanford Graduate School of Business, and JD from University of Michigan Law School.

 

 

 

 

Future of Mobile Innovation and its Investment Landscaping Panel

Ryan Floyd, Founding Managing Partner, Storm Ventures

Ryan is a founding general partner of Storm Ventures. At Storm Ventures, Ryan focuses on enterprise IT and web opportunities. He has primarily invested in SaaS (Crowd Factory / Acquired by Marketo, BlackStratus), mobile (Appcelerator) and cloud/internet related investments (Hubpages, Kidaro/Acquired by Microsoft, MetaCloud, Spalshtop and XDN). He has also invested in semiconductors/components as well (SandForce /Acquired by LSI and Ignis Optics /Acquired by Bookham).

Prior to founding Storm Ventures, Ryan directed the business development activities at E-TEK Dynamics where he focused on building strategic OEM and customer relationships, scaling E-TEK’s manufacturing operations as well as directing the equity investing and acquisition activities until E-TEK merged with JDS Uniphase in 2000.

Prior to joining E-TEK, Ryan was with Summit Partners, a private equity firm, where he focused primarily on IT, including Summit’s investment in E-TEK Dynamics in July 1997.

Ryan received his B.S. and M.S. in Earth Systems from Stanford University

 

 

 

Future of Mobile Innovation and its Investment Landscaping Panel

Steve Payne, Founding Partner,  Architect Partners

Steve Payne co-founded Architect Partners in 2009.  Steve has been a senior operating executive, a venture investor and a dealmaker in Silicon Valley for over two decades.

Most recently, Steve was Managing Partner of the Ignite Group, a trans-Pacific venture capital partnership with funds in Silicon Valley and Tokyo.  Prior to that, he headed New Products at Sega and was EVP Product Development and Marketing at SegaSoft.  Two bubbles ago, Steve left management consulting to head product marketing for a Kleiner Perkins/Sequoia Capital startup.  He has been a Director of two dozen private and non-profit boards.  Steve holds an engineering degree from Washington University in St. Louis and an MBA from Harvard.

Steve races sailboats on the San Francisco Bay, cycles throughout the Santa Cruz mountains and drives his two kids to water polo, volleyball, basketball and lacrosse practice. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Future of Mobile Innovation and its Investment Landscaping Panel

Jai Choi, Founder & Managing Director, Tekton Ventures | Venture Partner, Partech Ventures

Jai is a founder of Tekton Ventures, a seed stage venture fund focused on helping founders build and grow their early stage companies.  He has spent most of his career as a serial entrepreneur and early stage investor.  Jai has invested in a number of companies at the seed stage including UserVoice, Coupang, GreenCar, Chute, Betable, TasteMakerX, Tinfoil Security, iFeelgoods, EatClub, Schoolfeed(acq: United Online), DoodleDeals (acq: Plum District).  Jai was also a founder of PeerPong, a cloud-based semantic search company acquired by FormSpring.me in early 2011.  Jai is also a venture partner with Partech Ventures , an early stage venture capital firm with offices in San Francisco and Paris. He joined Partech in late 2006 to focus on Internet, Software and Mobile.  

Prior to Partech, Jai was a partner with IGNITE Ventures, an early stage venture fund and C-level advisory group. Jai has extensive experience investing in a number of consumer-driven technologies at the early stage while advising some of the largest Asia-based technology conglomerates on new growth platforms, new business formation, joint venture, and M&A.  Jai was an early employee at OnePage Software, a content personalization platform acquired by Sybase in 2001. Jai previously co-founded On-Air Networks in 1997, an online radio company to deliver copyright licensed music over the Internet. On-Air was acquired in late 1999 by Loudeye (Nokia).  Jai started his career in management consulting at PA Consulting Group, focused on market-related and operational issues for major telecom and energy companies.  Jai is an advisor to a number of start-ups(Scoop.it, SameSurf, and Rivet & Sway) and a mentor to a number of accelerators including Mucker Labs and SparkLabs.

 

 

Future of Mobile Innovation and its Investment Landscaping Panel

Jay Eum, Co-founder and Managing Director, TransLink Capital

Jay is responsible for TransLink's investments in Carbonite (NASDAQ: CARB), Chartboost, Enterprise DB, Livescribe, SoundHound, Quixey and YuMe. He is also responsible for supporting TransLink's portfolio companies with their customers and partners primarily in Korea.

Most recently, Jay was the head of Samsung Ventures America. He was responsible for starting up the U.S. operations for Samsung Venture Investment Corp., the venture investment arm of Samsung, and leading their U.S.-based investments and portfolio management. Prior to joining Samsung, Jay was an investment officer with the Silicon Valley office of Vertex Management, a global VC firm headquartered in Singapore. At Vertex, Jay focused on investments in communications, mobile, and Internet including GRIC Communications (NASDAQ: GRIC). Jay received his MBA degree from Stanford University and an M.S. in Biochemistry and B.S. in Chemistry from Seoul National University.

 

 

 

The Outlook of Mobile Security Moderator

Ken Elefant , Investment Director, Intel Capital

Ken Elefant is an Investment Director at Intel Capital focused on software investments in the areas of security, compliance, big data and SaaS. Ken joined Intel Capital from Opus Capital where he was a founding general partner. While at Opus Capital, he served on the boards of Spock Networks (Intelius), Transpond (Webtrends), Supersecret (Knowledge Adventure), Alert Enterprise, Jivox, and TrustedID. Previously, Ken was a Senior Associate at Lightspeed Venture Partners where he was involved with several investments including Virsa Systems (NYSE: SAP) and Riverbed Technology (Nasdaq: RVBD). Prior to this, he was a Senior Associate and Kauffman Fellow at Battery Ventures. He also worked at Radius Inc., Claris Corporation and RealNetworks in various sales, marketing and business development positions. Ken holds a BS in economics from the Wharton undergraduate division at the University of Pennsylvania and a MBA from Harvard Business School.

 

 

 

 

 

The Outlook of Mobile Security Panel

Hemma Prafullchandra, CTO and Senior Vice President, HyTrust

Hemma Prafullchandra is Chief Technology Officer and SVP, Products at HyTrust. As CTO and SVP, she is responsible for helping drive the company's security and compliance product innovations and strategy. As an evangelist for what's possible, she pushes the organization and the eco-system (partners, industry bodies, customers) to enable cost-effective, secure deployment of virtualization.

She has contributed to numerous patents, and is an active participant in the PCI SSC Virtualization and Cloud SIG, Open Data Center Alliance, Cloud Security Alliance and NIST working groups. Hemma is a frequent speaker and has presented at RSA conference, VMworld, ISACA, HackerHalted, and other industry events.

Hemma brings over 24 years of industry experience in the field of security and distributed networking. Her expertise includes Solaris security, IPSec, Firewall, Certificate Authority/PKI, Java 2 Security Model, Secure Messaging, Web Services Security, Managed Security Services and Strong Authentication. Before joining HyTrust, Hemma was CTO of FuGen Solutions, a managed provider of federated identity interoperability and compliance services. During this time she also co-chaired the Liberty Alliance Identity Assurance SIG. Prior to that, Hemma was VP of the Advanced Products and Research at VeriSign, where she led the development of numerous next-generation product concepts and co-authored specifications in various industry forums, including WSS and OpenID.

 

 

 

 

 

The Outlook of Mobile Security Panel

Mike Siegel, Vice President of Products, Mocana

Mike leads product management and product marketing for Mocana and helps define the company's strategic direction. With over 12 years in the security industry, Mike has been recognized as a thought leader by spotting trends early and consistently bringing innovative products to market to meet ever-changing customer needs. Prior to Mocana, Mike spent nearly a decade at security leader McAfee, where he founded the Data Protection business unit and was responsible for the unit's global product management and strategy. Mike also played a leading role in defining McAfee's business and product strategy in the mobile device and smartphone security arena, resulting in McAfee's entry into the mobile device management (MDM) market. During his tenure at McAfee, Mike enjoyed serving in multiple facets of the organization, including corporate development (M&A) and sales account management for customers in the Silicon Valley and Western United States. Prior to McAfee, Mike was a financial analyst for Deutsche Bank's technology investment banking group.

Mike holds a bachelor's degree from the University of California at Berkeley, as well as an MBA from U.C. Berkeley's Haas School of Business.

 

The Outlook of Mobile Security Panel

Vice President, Product Management, Celestix

Aseem Asthana is VP of Product Management at Celestix. As a product management and marketing professional with over 10 years' experience in high growth technology companies, Mr. Asthana is responsible for strategic product direction, definition and program management for all Celestixs' products. Prior to joining Celestix, Mr Asthana led product management and marketing for Barracuda Networks' appliance and cloud-based email security and archiving product lines. Before that he was a part of VERITAS and Symantec. Mr. Asthana has a MBA from Santa Clara University, California as well as a Master of Science degree from Indiana University at Bloomington.

 

 

 

 

 

 Next-Gen of Cloud Innovation Panel Moderator

Timothy Chou, PhD, Lecturer, Stanford and Tsinghua University

Timothy Chou has been at the forefront of the movement to cloud computing, first as the President of Oracle On Demand and more recently by creating the first class on cloud computing at Stanford University, CS309A.  He has also authored two books “The End of Software” and “Cloud, Seven Clear Business Models”, which has been translated into Chinese and serves as the textbook for his cloud computing class at Tsinghua University.

Dr. Chou has also been in demand as a keynote speaker. In the past 18 months he’s delivered over thirty-five speeches and will be returning to Singapore to lead a three-day executive seminar, Creating and Implementing Transformational Change with Cloud Computing. He has appeared in Forbes, Business Week, The Economist, and New York Times as well as on CNBC and NPR. Last year he began writing a column for CFO magazine.

Not content to merely talk about the subject, he is also making significant investments in several new companies at the forefront of addressing the challenges of selling application, software development, operations management, compute, storage, and datacenter cloud services.

Timothy holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State University and a Masters and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois. He served as a member of the board of directors of Embarcadero Technologies (NASDAQ:EMBT) from 2000 until the purchase of the company in 2007. In 2007 he joined the board of directors at Blackbaud (NASDAQ: BLKB) and currently serves on the compensation committee.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Next-Gen of Cloud Innovation Panel

Laura Yecies, CEO, SugarSync

Laura is a consumer software and Internet services industry veteran with two decades of experience leading top consumer brands such as ZoneAlarm, Yahoo and Netscape.

Yecies joined SugarSync in Q4 2008 to expand the company and initiate an aggressive business and product growth phase. Most recently, Yecies was General Manager of the ZoneAlarm consumer and small business division at Check Point Software, responsible for all facets of business development, marketing, sales, and product. She led key initiatives to drive ZoneAlarm's technology vision and significantly increase brand awareness.

Previously, at Yahoo, Yecies served as Global General Manager of the Yahoo Mail division. Earlier, Yecies was Vice President of the Netscape browser division at AOL where she was responsible for the development of Netscape 7.0 and the launch of the Netscape browser in 23 languages. Prior to Netscape, she led Latin American sales at Informix Software Corp. in Latin America. Additionally, Yecies served as Director of Marketing Programs for the Asia Pacific Latin America region at Gupta Corporation.

Earlier in her career Yecies worked as an international risk analyst at the Overseas Private Investment Corporation – a division of the Agency for International Development and as a lecturer in International Marketing at Santa Clara University.

Yecies received her M.B.A. from Harvard, plus an M.S.F.S. from Georgetown School of Foreign Service where she graduated with honors in International Business Diplomacy. She received her A.B. Magna Cum Laude in Government from Dartmouth and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.She has studied abroad at the London School of Economics and with Dartmouth in Blois, France. Yecies serves on the Board of several community non-profit organizations and has worked as a volunteer medical translator in Guatemala. She has lived in Brazil, France and England, is fluent in Portuguese, Spanish, and French and loves travelling the world as much as possible with her husband and four children.

 

 

 

 

 Next-Gen of Cloud Innovation Panel

Vince Vasquez, CEO an Founder, Cloudbook

After spending many years both on the marketing side trying to utilize both direct and indirect channels to sell enterprise products and services, along with carrying a sales bag himself, Vince felt enterprises were ill-equipping their sales channel and prospects to be successful. In parallel, Vince felt that while the Internet had succeeded in being organized as a newspaper or a magazine, he believed the power of a book had never met the power of the Web. In response, Vince founded Cloudbook with the vision of blending the ancient art of storytelling with modern technology to improve the volume, velocity and efficiency of enterprise sales and marketing teams.

Vince brings over two and a half decades of experience in arena of enterprise software, hardware and services. Most recently prior to founding Cloudbook, Vince created and ran Sun Microsystem's Software-as-a-Service program, which morphed into early Cloud efforts, both of which focused on delivering go-to-market success for customers and partners through the channel.

Also as an author, Vince has written a number of Cloud Computing stories, along with a book on a completely different topic: Relationship Workout for Men.

Vince holds an MBA from Stanford University, MSEE from Carnegie-Mellon, and BSEECS from UC Berkeley.

 

 

 

 

 

 Next-Gen of Cloud Innovation Panel

Greg Chase, Senior Director of Cloud Technology Marketing , SAP.

Greg is an expert on IT cloud strategy and a frequent blogger on topics such as software tools and development related to cloud, software as a service (SaaS), hybrid cloud-on premise IT architectures, platform as a service (PaaS), and business process management methodology (BPM).

Greg joined SAP in 2006 and has nearly 20 years experience in the software industry holding roles including product marketing, sales, product management, and engineering. During his 6 year tenure at SAP, Greg has been part of both the Cloud and the business process management (BPM) teams. He is passionate about showing how cloud technologies can help IT optimize and transform a company’s business practices.
 
Prior to joining SAP, Greg has at Oracle, Borland, POET Software, and at various startup companies.
 
Greg holds a bachelor’s degree in geology from the University of California at Davis, and is co-author of the SAP Press book “Applying Real World BPM in an SAP Environment”.

Greg’s blog: http://www.gregchase.com

Follow Greg on Twitter at @GregChase 

 

 

 Next-Gen of Cloud Innovation Panel

Wen Yu, Senior Technologist, Nimble Storage

Wen Yu is a Senior Technologist at Nimble Storage, with a focus on architecting virtualization solutions, and technical field enablement.  Prior to Nimble, he spent over seven years at VMware, where he held senior level positions in engineering and strategic alliances, building technical partnership with global technology partners, and evangelizing partner solutions in areas of business critical application virtualization, business continuity, virtual desktop and cloud.  Wen is VMware, Red Hat, and ITIL certified.

 

 

     
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