Event date: January 15, 2014
12:30 ET/17:30 GMT
We are rapidly entering a world where almost everything will be connected to the cloud. Managing these connected things, integrating them into the enterprise, and leveraging the data they generate presents new challenges to engineering and IT organizations. Historically, these problems were solved with home-grown custom solutions, but a new category of platform for the Internet of Things has emerged.
CMO, EVP of Product Strategy
|Matt Hatton |
Join Axeda and Machina Research to learn the following:
|What is the definition of an IoT platform?|
|What is driving the business need for IoT Platforms?|
|What security and privacy features are “must haves”?|
|What connectivity and device management features are critical?|
|How do platforms process, store and integrate data from machines and sensors?|
|How do platforms manage software and configurations on things?|
|What development and integration tools should you expect?|
CMO, EVP of Product Strategy, Axeda
Bill Zujewski has over 20 years of product strategy and global marketing experience in enterprise software and business applications. He has a proven track record of defining innovative products for emerging markets and bringing leading-edge and game-changing products to market. Bill’s thought leadership on machine-to-machine, the “machine cloud” and connected products helps to shape Axeda’s point of view on M2M and identify value opportunities for the Internet of Things. Before joining Axeda, Bill was Vice President of Product Marketing at Art Technology Group (ATG), the leader in e-Commerce software acquired by Oracle. Before ATG, Bill led product marketing at edocs, Siebel, and Broadvision and began his career in engineering and software development at Data General and Informix. Bill holds B.S. Degrees in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of Connecticut and an MBA from The Carroll School of Management at Boston College.
Director, Machina Research
Matt Hatton is a widely respected wireless industry expert with 15 years’ experience in the mobile sector. He is currently a Director at Machina Research, a specialist research and consultancy firm focusing on the M2M, IoT and Big Data. Prior to establishing Machina Research, Matt worked at 3 UK, Yankee Group and Analysys Mason. Matt’s current focus at Machina Research is squarely on the emerging opportunity for machine-to-machine communication. He is considered one of the foremost industry experts on M2M. As well as managing a growing team of analysts at Machina Research he spends his time helping mobile network operators, vendors, regulators and numerous other interested parties to understand the implications and opportunities presented by the growth of new connected devices. Matt is widely quoted in both trade publications and the wider national and international press. He also speaks frequently at conferences and acts as a judge for a number of prestigious awards.