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Dell oem solutions cto summit info guide

  1. 1. Dell OEM CTO Summit Information/Scheduling Guide
  2. 2. Global Event Marketing- 2 - Confidential Contacts: • Seynabou Cisse, Dell Events: 573-268-8239 • Josh Neland, Dell OEM: 512-422-1246 • Karen Siuda, Dell OEM: 512-963-5305
  3. 3. Global Event Marketing- 3 - Confidential Time Session Speaker Room 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. Breakfast Hilton, Salon G, 6th Floor 8:30 – 8:50 a.m. CTO Welcome, Introductions Greg Davis (VP/GM, Dell Global Commercial Channels) Joyce Mullen (VP/GM, Dell OEM Solutions) Ron Pugh (Americas GM, Dell OEM Solutions) Kathleen Schneider (Marketing Executive Director, Dell Global Commercial Channels) Josh Neland (Technologist, Dell OEM Solutions) Hilton, Salon F, 6th Floor 8:50 – 9:40 a.m. The Evolving Role of the CTO Subi Krishnamurthy (CTO, Dell Force 10) Hilton, Salon F 6th Floor 9:40 – 10:30 a.m. The Cutting Edge of Analytics Link Jaw (Intel Fellow, Distributed Analytics) Hilton, Salon F, 6th Floor 10:30 – 11:00 a.m. Break, Move to Keynote Walk to Austin Convention Center 11:00 – 12:30 p.m. Dell World Opening Keynote Michael Dell & President Bill Clinton Austin Convention Center 12:30 – 2:00 p.m. Lunch and Discussion with Michael Dell (Michael there from 1:10-1:30) Hilton, Salon G, 6th Floor 2:00 – 2:50 p.m. Security evolved: Advanced Persistent Threats Jon Ramsey (Dell Fellow, Dell SecureWorks) Hilton, Salon F, 6th Floor 2:50– 3:40 p.m. Mobile Computing Liam Quinn (Executive Director of Mobility, Dell Office of the CTO) Hilton, Salon F, 6th Floor 3:40 – 4:30 p.m. Customer Panel: Mobility Hilton, Salon F, 6th Floor 4:30 – 4:40 p.m. Break 4:40 – 5:30 p.m. Networking Activity Hilton, Salon F, 6th Floor 5:30 p.m. Break for Reception at Moonshine OEM CTO Summit: Wednesday, Dec 12 – Hilton Hotel
  4. 4. Global Event Marketing- 4 - Confidential Time Session Speaker Room 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. Breakfast Austin Convention Center, Hall 1 8:00 – 10:00 a.m. Dell World Day 2 Keynote Steve Felice & Special Guests Austin Convention Center, Hall 1 10:00 – 10:20 a.m. Break, Move to Hilton Walk to Hilton 10:20 – 11:10 a.m. Dealing with the Data Explosion Gaurav Chawla (Executive Director of Storage and Networking, Dell office of the CTO) Hilton, Salon F, 6th Floor 11:10 – 12:00 p.m. Server designs for tomorrow’s workloads Robert Hormuth (Executive Director of Server Architecture, Dell Office of the CTO) Hilton, Salon F, 6th Floor 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Lunch Hilton, Salon G, 6th Floor 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. CTO Perspectives Rick Nucci (GM, former CTO, Dell Boomi) Hilton, Salon F, 6th Floor 2:00 – 2:15 p.m. Summit Wrap Up 2:15 – 4:00 p.m. Solutions Showcase Austin Convention Center 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Dell World Wrap Up with special guests Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner Austin Convention Center OEM CTO Summit: Thursday, Dec 13 – Hilton Hotel
  5. 5. Global Event Marketing- 5 - Confidential Wednesday Welcome - Executive Introductions • 8:30 AM – Ron Pugh takes the stage, welcome the room, give an introduction to why we have assembled. (5-10 mins) • 8:40 AM – Ron introduces the rest of the executive team (Joyce, Dan, Joe, Greg, Kathy) to the audience and allow them a minute each for quick introductions • 8:45 AM -- Ron calls up Joyce for a few words (5 mins) • 8:50 AM – Ron hands off to Josh Neland to get the event rolling
  6. 6. Global Event Marketing- 6 - Confidential Attendee profile • We will have 43 people in attendance. These are CTOs and senior level technologists. Though mostly coming from SMB’s, there will be folks there from Honeywell, Siemens, Teradata and Unisys. • They will be discussing trends and issues that directly impact their worlds as the decision makers for what technologies go to market. • Unlike CIO’s responsible for managing costs, these attendees are the ones directly responsible for uncovering opportunities to drive new revenue streams for their companies. • This is an NDA event where both attendees and presenters from Dell’s Office of the CTO will speak candidly about the issues they face and the futures of their technologies.
  7. 7. Global Event Marketing- 7 - Confidential Key Attendees Dr. Ratinder Paul Singh Ahuja - CTO & VP, Network, Cloud and Content • Dr. Ahuja serves as the CTO & VP for the Network Business Unit at McAfee/Intel, where he is responsible for technical innovation and strategy for products in the Network, Cloud and Content space. In his current role, Dr. Ahuja engages and guides in areas such as patents and technology, engineering, pre sales and post sales activity, customer boards and analysts briefings. Brian Andersen - Manager, Analytic Platform Engineering James Thompson, Engineering VP, CTO • Jim is responsible for the design, development and support of the ClearPath Libra line of mainframe computer systems. He manages the hardware, software and system design teams driving innovation with the aim being tightly integrated hardware and software solutions within the ClearPath product line.
  8. 8. Global Event Marketing- 8 - Confidential Key Attendees Kevin DiMichele, Director, Cardiology Imaging IT Eric Hoell - SVP Operations/Product Development • Eric brings more than 22 years technology experience within the Point of Service, retail, and customer facing applications area Eric leads Production, Field Operations, and Product Development including Quality Assurance and Regulatory Compliance. Kamel Shaath – CTO • Kamel manages and leads product development efforts and oversees research and development for all KOM products and solutions Kamel also manages the entire technical arm of KOM from professional services to technical support and aligns product direction with customer input and feedback. Tom Thornton - International Segment Leader • Tom works with the control systems teams to differentiate growth business opportunities for Honeywell in supply chain management, information solutions, control systems and physical security market spaces.
  9. 9. Global Event Marketing- 9 - Confidential Michael greeting outline – Wednesday: 1:10-1:30 • Welcome – Thank you all for attending the OEM Solutions CTO Summit.I hope you are enjoying the discussions so far. • As thought leaders in your industries, it was Joyce and team’s goal to gather thought leaders from within Dell to discuss the issues you face and the innovation you’re driving in your companies. – Mention of discussion completed and those still to come. • Last year’s successful CTO Summit made clear to us the value of an event targeting you, the technology decision makers, especially during this time of transformation for Dell as we move away from our hardware-centric roots toward a more software-oriented solutions model. • Acquisitions. – Our commitment to this transformation is illustrated in our recent acquisitions such as Quest, WYSE, Force10, Make Technologies to name a few. We’ll continue on this strategic path to help you streamline streamline development of your own innovation and speed your time to revenue. • Incredible time for Dell – We continue to augment our service and technology portfolio includes everything from thin-client to virtualized environments and cloud computing – almost all of which can be customized to meet your specific needs as you develop solutions for your own customers. The possibilities are endless. • Benefits. – The technologies we are working with you to develop lower the total cost of ownership, mitigate security and quality risks and make it possible to store, process and manage massive amounts of data in ways we haven’t seen previously. We develop new technologies based on your direct feedback. Whether it’s the front-facing ports or NEBS-compliant features of our 12G PowerEdge servers, your opinions matter. • Q&A
  10. 10. Global Event Marketing- 10 - Confidential Ron Pugh Welcome Talking Points 8:30 AM-8:40 • It’s my great pleasure to welcome you all to the 2nd Annual Dell OEM Solutions CTO Summit. This year, we again have two days packed with interactive sessions that address the hot topics and issues you face as industry leaders. • You’ll enjoy in-depth discussions with our presenters as they share their insights and then turn the floor over to you to dissect key trends from big data and mobility to storage, cloud, appliances and security. • This event is the only one at DellWorld targeting technology decision makers focused on driving revenue for your organizations. We understand the unique opportunity this affords us and are very excited about making this Summit both possible and successful. • As you spend this time networking, discussing and strategizing, we hope you’ll leave with some of the keys you might need to help you drive your next innovation. • And now, I’d like to introduce the executive team from Dell OEM and our Global Channel Team. 8:40 AM-8:45 • Joyce Mullen is the Dell OEM Solutions VP and GM. (Joyce: 1min); Dan Hand is our West Sales Director (Dan: 1min); Joe Maloney is our East Sales Director (Joe 1min); Greg Davis is the VP and GM of Dell’s Global Commercial Channel (Greg: 1min) and Kathy Schneider our Executive Director of Global Channel Marketing. 8:45 AM-8:50– Now I’ll turn the floor over to Joyce for her welcome. 8:50 AM – Thank you, Joyce. And now I’ll turn things over to Josh Neland, our Technology Evangelist and your event emcee.
  11. 11. Global Event Marketing- 11 - Confidential Joyce Mullen Welcome • Thank you, Ron. • Welcome to this year’s OEM CTO Summit everyone. We’re thrilled to have all of you here today as we bring together some of this industry’s top thought leaders to discuss the very real issues you face everyday. • This is an exciting time for you as those responsible for driving new technology strategies (and their subsequent revenue streams) for your companies. • And, it’s an exciting time for Dell. This company is committed to bringing all the resources you need together so your relationship with us delivers everything you need. We continue to acquire companies on the cutting-edge of their industries like Quest Software, WYSE, Force10 and Make Technologies, to name a few. As we do this, Dell OEM continually reassesses its product and services portfolio and grow our capabilities. • Opportunities for significant market disruption are everywhere. Whether you’re thinking about moving into the cloud, developing your mobile strategy or laser focused on how you’ll manage your data, we can help you bring something completely innovative to your customers in less time and at a lower total cost. • No matter what vertical market you serve or how your solution works, many of you face similar challenges. We hope these conversations bring some of those challenges to light and perhaps yield real world solutions. • Thank you and have a great Summit.
  12. 12. Global Event Marketing- 12 - Confidential Greg Davis Welcome • Hi everyone. Welcome to the CTO Summit. I’m Greg Davis, Vice President & General Manager of Global Commercial Channel. I’ve been in technology and IT roles for more than 17 years. In my role with GCC, I am responsible for building and growing Dell’s global channel business.
  13. 13. Global Event Marketing- 13 - Confidential Kathy Schneider Welcome • Good morning, I’m Kathy Schneider, Dell’s Executive Director of Global Channel Marketing. I’ve been with Dell for 14 years and I lead the partner marketing team in the Americas, in EMEA, and two teams in APJ – one focused on channel programs and operations, and one on marketing.
  14. 14. Global Event Marketing- 14 - Confidential Salon F Layout – Meeting Room
  15. 15. Global Event Marketing- 15 - Confidential Salon G layout – Michael Dell address • This room of about 43 customers with about 15 Dell folks (60 people max ). • This will be a plated lunch with only 8 tables of 8. • The size of the room does not warrant microphones.
  16. 16. Global Event Marketing- 16 - Confidential Full attendee list First Name Last Name Company Job Title Ratinder Ahuja McAfee Corp CTO VP Brian Andersen Teradata Manager, Analytic Davin Baker Solera Netw orks Director of Product Thomas Borrel BlueCat Netw orks VP Cloud Virtualizatio Jack Brickey RGB Netw orks VP Engineering Thomas Burkett Harris Corporation Product Manager Carlos Cabello Tibco Vice President of John Carroll Creative Strategies President Jason Collier Scale Computing CTO Kevin DiMichele Siemens Healthcare Director, Imaging IT Adam Drobot OpenTech Works, Inc Chairman President Jamie Edw ards NextIO, Inc. VP Engineering Bob Erdman Amcom Softw are Director, Emerging Jonathon Feit Beyond Lucid CEO Aaron Ferguson StrongMail Systems Director, IT Operations Rad Hernandez Life Technologie Assc Director, Eric Hoell SoloHealth, Inc SVP Operations Richard Hyatt BlueCat Netw orks CTO / Co Founder Arturo Iglesias Transtelco Inc. CTO Andy Johnson Harmonic Inc Director, Operations Claire Johnson Telecommu nications Producer Jatinder Kaeley Pivot3 VP/GM Services John Keever ILS Technology, Exec VP CTO Paul Kraus Solera Netw orks, VP of Engineering Joe Levy Solera Netw orks, CTO Jake MacLeod Gray Beards President Tim McQuillen StrongMail Systems, CIO/Founde r Nik Moissiadis Adtech Global VP Engineering Abe Nejad Telecommu nications Anchor Ken Ross Horizon Softw are Sr. VP of Applied Heath Schexnider Bitcentral, Inc. Vice President, Alex Seton Solera Netw orks, VP of Business Kamel Shaath KOM Netw orks CTO Barry Silvester Teradata Corporation Manager, BAR Greg Stinson Amcom Softw are CTO Jesse St. Laurent SimpliVity Director of Technology Kevin Suitor Exinda VP, Customer James Thompson Unisys TCIS Engineering VP CTO Tom Thornton Honeyw ell International Segment Leader Greg Veres Exinda Netw orks VP Engineering Bret Weber Data Direct Netw orks Chief Architect Brian West Telecommu nications Interactive Media