Agenda for Mobility LIVE! 2014

Mobility LIVE! is an action-packed one and half day event that features exciting presentations from global leaders in the mobile space.

Speakers will be covering a range of topics, including:

  • The Internet of Things
    Discover how to reinvent mobility through cognitive devices that can communicate with us and with each other.  Machine learning and natural language understanding will drive the invention of everything from weareables to connected cars.  Learn how IoT can expand your business.
  • Humanizing Mobility/ Mobility LIFE
    Customer expectations are higher than ever—but how do you create a genuinely connected mobile experience?  Big brands and innovation labs are opening APIs and crowdsourcing technology to create new ways to interact.  Learn how to make it real by bridging the digital and physical divide—and how to handle the thorny issues that arise with such a high degree of openness.
  • Social Hacking
    Customer expectations are higher than ever—but how do you create a genuinely connected mobile experience?  Big brands and innovation labs are opening APIs and crowdsourcing technology to create new ways to interact.  Learn how to make it real by bridging the digital and physical divide—and how to handle the thorny issues that arise with such a high degree of openness.
  • Technology & Business Evolution
    Mobility is changing the way we consume media & entertainment and the concept of retail.  Network technology companies and device makers are struggling to keep pace with this high degree of consumption.  Universities are focused on supplying the next generation of mobility professionals.  Learn how these leading industries are evolving within the mobile ecosystem.
  • Over the Horizon
    Think beyond what you know today—think bigger!  Gain insights on emerging key global trends and disruptive opportunities in mobility that are growing to be major market forces.  Learn from the perspectives of top executives, entrepreneurs, and investors that focus on the future of mobility. Topics include experiential learning, business transformations, and the new revenue models of the future.

The schedule is frequently being updated as new speakers and presentations are added. Check back regularly so you don’t miss out on this action-packed, day-long lineup of events.

 

TimeTuesday, September 23, 2014 - Programs
12:00 - 1:30

Registration

Woodruff Arts Center

Registration at Woodruff Arts Center

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1:30 - 2:30

Opening and Keynote

Opening and Keynote

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3:00 - 5:30

True Mobile Journey

Hill Auditorium, Woodruff Arts Center

Between Connected Brands and Connected People: Experiences defined by IHG and the World of Coke, and a consumer reaction from Chris Dancy, the most connected human on earth.

Speakers

BILL KEEN

BILL KEEN
Global Director of Mobile Solutions at InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG)

Bill Keen is Global Director of Mobile Solutions at InterContinental Hotels Group (LON: IHG; NYSE: IHG [ADRs]), the world's largest and most global hotel company. In his role, Bill is responsible for mobile product strategy which generated more than $600M in gross revenues during 2013; up from $2M in 2009.  Before focusing solely on mobile solutions, he concurrently held responsibility for all branded web products that contributed more than $3 billion annually to IHG.

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3:00 - 4:00

Connected Car

Rich Theater, Woodruff Arts Center

The connected car service is expected to grow exponentially as customers demand more and more mobile devices and applications.

Session Moderator

GLENN LURIE

GLENN LURIE
President, Emerging Enterprises and Partnerships at AT&T Mobility

Glenn Lurie is President of Emerging Enterprises and Partnerships for AT&T Mobility. He leads AT&T’s strategic initiative to drive innovation by building high growth new businesses both inside and outside the traditional wireless sector.

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WAYNE PURBOO

WAYNE PURBOO
CEO at Quick Play Media

As the CEO and co-founder of QuickPlay Media, Wayne Purboo drives the development and execution of QuickPlay’s strategy. Under his guidance, QuickPlay has developed award-winning technologies and forged critical partnerships with leading content providers, video service providers, handset manufacturers and mobile service operators. Wayne is an active board member of Virgin Unite, GlassBOX, Artscape, Cellwand and the Toronto International Film Festival. He has also been recognized as one of Canada’s Top 40 under 40.

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Mobile for a Good Cause

Opera Theater

The impact of mobile technologies on giving & philanthropy.

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Key Considerations for Mobile at Work

Altitude Room, W Hotel

Key Considerations for Mobile at Work

Session Moderator

KEVIN KILEY

KEVIN KILEY
Director of Enterprise Sale at AirWatch by VMware

Kevin Kiley is the director of enterprise solutions at AirWatch by VMware, the leading enterprise mobility management (EMM) provider. In this role, Kevin leads the U.S. and Canadian Enterprise Sales team, supporting the diverse needs of AirWatch’s largest clients. Prior to joining AirWatch, Kevin spent almost ten years with Vector Networks, a U.K. based IT asset and service management technology provider. He held a variety of roles throughout their operations in both the U.S. and the United Kingdom.

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RHAND WILLIAMS

RHAND WILLIAMS
Finance Vice President at Gentiva

Rhand Williams is vice president at Gentiva, the largest home health and hospice care company in America. He is currently responsible for all strategic sourcing functions, and actively manages operating expenses worth $252M including medical supplies, durable medical equipment, IT software and telecommunications. His responsibilities since joining Gentiva include budgets/forecast, SEC reporting and  integration/synergy savings from multiple acquisitions.

MARK CANUP

MARK CANUP
Manager of End-User Technology at Southern Company

Mark Canup is the manager of end-user technology at Southern Company, with responsibility for PCs, printers and mobile devices used across Southern Company’s subsidiaries. He is a graduate of Georgia Tech with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, and a 20-year veteran of Southern Company and IT.

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Business Transformed

Industry Room, W Hotel

Come discuss how augmented reality, digital currency and future mobile solutions are disrupting & transforming business.

Session Moderator

BRETT COOPER

BRETT COOPER
CEO and Partner at BlueFletch Mobile

Brett Cooper is the CEO & co-founder of BlueFletch Mobile. Since 2008, Brett has helped grow BlueFletch to a multi-million dollar boutique consulting firm with a team of 25 employees. Serving companies from startups to large enterprises, BlueFlecth helps to build innovative Mobile Solutions for real-world business problems. Brett has a Computer Engineering degree from Georgia Tech and MBA from Emory University. Prior to BlueFletch, Brett co-founded Less Meeting and managed teams at Accenture and Coca-Cola Enterprises.

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MATT JONES

MATT JONES
General Manager of Mobile at Home Depot

Matt Jones, General Manager of Mobile for The Home Depot, oversees mobile products core to the company’s interconnected retail strategy including mobile website & native apps for iOS/Android. Prior to joining THD in 2011, Jones was VP, Mobile Strategy and Operations at Gannett/USA TODAY where he managed the company mobile program. Jones received a Bachelor of Arts from Hartwick College, and is active in several industry associations including The Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) and CTIA-The Wireless Association.

MARGARET MARTIN

MARGARET MARTIN
Founder and CEO at Merlin Mobility, Inc.

Margaret Martin is founder and CEO of Merlin Mobility, Inc., the leading Enterprise Augmented Reality Platform. Margaret has more than 20 years of experience leading educational and media technology companies to success in the Los Angeles, Silicon Valley, Portland, Oregon and Atlanta markets. Merlin’s awards include Harvard Business School’s New Venture Competition, TAG’s Top Ten Innovative Tech Companies, The People’s Choice Award for the Coolest Technology and The Association of Telecom Professionals Innovation Award.

ANTHONY GALLIPPI

ANTHONY GALLIPPI
Co-Founder and Executive Chairman at BitPay

Anthony Gallippi co-founded BitPay in 2011 after recognizing that businesses could not accept bitcoin payments. He served as CEO until May 2014 when he became Executive Chairman. In addition to the day-to-day operations including sales, marketing and customer service, he is responsible for BitPay’s external affairs. Anthony is dedicated to building partnerships and business relationships, liaising with investors, expanding BitPay’s international presence and ensuring BitPay is contributing to the bitcoin ecosystem.

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4:30 - 5:30

Hack-back Invitational Finalist Presentations & Voting

Opera Theater

Hack-back Invitational Finalist Presentations & Voting

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How Will Mobile Affect Gaming, Entertainment and Media in the Short Term?

Altitude Room, W Hotel

How digital/mobile technologies and their adoption are changing the way people consumer media and entertainment

Session Moderator

MARCI TROUTMAN

MARCI TROUTMAN
Founder and Chief Executive officer at SiteMinis Incorporated

Marci Troutman is the founder and chief executive officer of SiteMinis Incorporated, a mobile software solution for companies that realize the growth and need for a robust high functioning mobile web presence to reach their customers. Marci is the visionary and drives the company's strategic direction, positioning it for future growth and expansion.  She is hands-on and lends her direct knowledge and input on all client projects, offering strategic mobile marketing and branding insights.

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PAUL JENKINS

PAUL JENKINS
Chief Creative Dude at The Fiction Farm, LLC.

Paul Jenkins has been creating, writing and building franchises for more than 20 years in the graphic novel, film and video game industries. Over the last two decades Paul has been instrumental in the creation and implementation of hundreds of world-renowned, recognizable entertainment icons  -from his employment with the creators of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles at the age of 22 to his preeminent status as an IP creator.

ANDREW GREENBERG

ANDREW GREENBERG
President at Georgia Game Developers Association

Andrew Greenberg, lead developer on the upcoming Fading Suns: Noble Armada game, is  president of the Georgia Game Developers Association and organizer of the Southeast Interactive Entertainment and Games Expo (SIEGE). His computer game credits include Dracula Unleashed, Star Trek: Starfleet Academy, Emperor of the Fading Suns, Warhammer 40K: Final Liberation, Merchant Prince II, Mall Tycoon, Dungeon Crawlers, Dungeon Lords, The Virtual World of Kaneva, Railroad Tycoon Mobile and the Global Agenda MMO.

ASANTE BRADFORD

ASANTE BRADFORD
Project Manager for Digital Entertainment and Media at Georgia Department of Economic Development

Asante Bradford is Project Manager for Digital Entertainment and Media for the Georgia Department of Economic Development, the sales and marketing arm of the State of Georgia. Asante helps promote the growth of the digital media industry as well as identify initiatives that will help grow businesses for the state of Georgia in interactive entertainment. He also helps educate potential prospects and provides clients with information regarding the Georgia Entertainment Industry Incentives Act.

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Experiential Education: Mobile Empowered Learning & Training in the Future

Industry Room, W Hotel

Come learn from experts who are forging new paths on how the future of learning will be even more mobilized than today.

Session Moderator

HAMISH CALDWELL

HAMISH CALDWELL
Managing Director at Growth Impact Solutions

In his current position, Hamish provides advisory services focused on helping businesses and organizations to innovate, redirect and execute their business model, go-to-market strategies, and product, sales or marketing plans.  In his 25+ year career, Hamish has held leadership roles in marketing, product management and technical development including positions at AT&T/Cingular Wireless/BellSouth and a variety of startup and entrepreneurial companies.

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NELSON BAKER

NELSON BAKER
Dean of Professional Education at Georgia Institute of Technology

Dr. Baker leads the Global Learning Center, Georgia Tech-Savannah and the Language Institute. His award-winning work includes projects such as multilingual web-based intelligent simulations for problem solving and a variety of technology-based assessments and virtual reality interfaces for education. His numerous leadership roles include currently serving as the President of the International Association for Continuing Engineering Education and serving on the USG Distance Education Task Force.

ANGELO BIASI

ANGELO BIASI
Founder & CEO at MassiveU

Angelo Biasi is Founder & CEO of MassiveU, a mobile-first social learning company that serves K – Career students with college and career readiness technologies. As founder of two direct marketing agencies, he has more than 15 years of experience working with higher education institutions. Biasi is a Mobile Marketing/Learning domain expert and an NYU Adjunct, where he created the first course of its kind taught online and over mobile phones. Angelo has an MBA from the University of Connecticut and is a regular contributor to educational, trade and mobile marketing media and events.

LOTTE RENAULT

LOTTE RENAULT
Senior Advisor For Research and Leaning at CARE

Lotte Renault is a Senior Research and Learning Advisor at CARE USA’s education team. She provides technical oversight to a large portfolio of research projects in 10 countries, analyzing ‘what works’ for improving learning outcomes, preventing dropout and developing leadership skills among marginalized children, with a particular focus on girls’ achievement. Her experience includes leading education and youth empowerment projects in Southern Africa, Southeast Asia and Latin America, as well as research in neuroscience. She holds a PhD in sciences.

ROBERT SCHUKAI

ROBERT SCHUKAI
Head of Advanced Product Innovation at Thomson Reuters

Robert Schukai oversees the development and execution of the mobile growth strategy of Thomson Reuters. He also serves as an ambassador to NYC and the East Coast for the UKTI initiative. Previously, Robert was the VP of Wireless/Broadband Technologies for Turner Broadcasting System, as well as spent 18 years working for Motorola as director of global 3G strategy and business development. In 2014, Robert was named a Member of the British Empire (MBE) for services to British trade and investment.

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5:30 - 8:30

Reception, Hackathon & Mobility Awards

Reception, Hackathon & Mobility Awards

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TimeWednesday, September 24, 2014 - Programs
7:30 - 8:30

Registration & Breakfast

Registration & Breakfast

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8:30 - 10:15

Day 2 Welcome & Fireside Chat with Sponsors

Keynote

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10:30 - 11:30

Cognitive Internet of Things : Making Devices Intelligent

Rich Theater, Woodruff Arts Center

In this session we will discuss the vision, use cases, system components and cognitive services that make up the “cognitive IoT.”

Speakers

SWAMI CHANDRASEKARAN

SWAMI CHANDRASEKARAN
Executive Architect, CTO Office at IBM Watson Innovations

Swami sets & drives the technical agenda, works with clients & partners on building IBM Watson based cognitive, analytics & big data solutions. He also drives the technical strategy around customization of Watson for industry specific solutions. He was previously chief architect for IBM Software - Business Solutions and has also worked for KPMG, BearingPoint & Ericsson. He holds a Masters in Electrical Engg from UT Arlington and authored several books & publications in areas of NLP, data science, BPM, & SOA.

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The Mechanics of Humanizing Mobility: Here's How You Do It

Hill Auditorium, Woodruff Arts Center

Big bed investments to mid-size companies – How do they create the environment to spawn innovation?

Session Moderator

PHIL HENDRIX

PHIL HENDRIX
Director at immr and Research Analyst at Gigaom

Dr. Phil Hendrix is the founder of immr, an analyst with Gigaom and advisor to startups. Focusing on product-market fit and customer engagement, Phil works with companies in technology (mobile, location, analytics), m-commerce, CPG, health insurance and other categories. Before founding immr, Phil was a partner with DiamondCluster (now PwC strategy group) and a principal with Mercer Management Consulting (now Oliver Wyman). He was previously on the marketing faculty at Emory University and the University of Michigan.

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CARLTON HILL

CARLTON HILL
Vice President of Device Operations and Developer Services at AT&T

Carlton Hill has spent the last twenty–five years in a variety of strategic planning and product development positions in the wireless industry.  Currently Ms. Hill oversees the AT&T Developer Program, an award winning application developer support organization with more than fifty thousand members, and is responsible for Consumer Marketing interests in the AT&T Foundry.

MARK EVANS

MARK EVANS
Co-founder and Managing Partner at BrandGarage

Mark has more than 15 years of experience in market research and producing global tech events in Silicon Valley and internationally, during which time he has been deeply involved in the Silicon Valley startup community and innovation culture. His experience spans consumer goods, retail, pharma, aerospace and many areas of tech.

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Mobile Application Development Experts Panel

Opera Theater

Modern mobile app development requires navigating complex technical decisions while delivering optimal user experiences.

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JAKE JORAANSTAND

JAKE JORAANSTAND
CEO at Myriad Mobile

Jake Joraanstad is the co-founder and CEO of Myriad Mobile, a mobile technology company headquartered in Fargo, ND. Myriad develops mobile & web apps to meet the business challenges of big enterprises, small businesses and non-profit organizations. Recognized recently as one of Prairie Business Magazine’s 40 Under 40, Jake is passionate about helping others succeed in business. He co-founded Emerging Prairie and is also heavily involved in Fargo’s entrepreneurial community.

PATRIK PATEL

PATRIK PATEL
CTO at TripLingo

Pratik Patel is the CTO of Atlanta-based TripLingo. He wrote the first book on 'enterprise Java' in 1996 titled "Java Database Programming with JDBC." Pratik now hacks iOS, Android, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Rails, etc. He has built applications in the retail, health care, financial services and telecom sectors. Pratik has worked in places such as New York, London and Hong Kong, and currently lives in Atlanta.

NICK HUNTER

NICK HUNTER
Director at pureIntegration

Nick Hunter leads technical service delivery for several major accounts at pureIntegration.  He specializes in cross-platform architecture and strategy, helping clients achieve success with their mobile initiatives. Nick has more than 16 years of experience leading development, test and operations organizations, as well as creating innovative solutions for complex challenges. He is passionate about creating scalable enterprise solutions that lead to measurable business results for clients.

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Prove It: Mobile Media Drives Measurable Actions for Retailers

Great Room A, W Hotel

Advertisers know consumers are viewing their content on mobile devices, but how are they tracking downstream conversion?

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Autonomous Cities: The Fully Connected Community Lifestyle

Great Room B, W Hotel

We are quickly approaching the autonomous and fully connected city.

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12:00 - 1:00

How Do You Make Money with the Internet of Things?

Rich Theater, Woodruff Arts Center

This session will help to outline plans for monetizing your IoT/M2M app, product or service, GTM strategies and market challenges.

Session Moderator

STEVE BRUMER

STEVE BRUMER
Partner at 151 Advisors

Steve is a Partner at 151 Advisors, a strategic consulting/advisory firm focused on working with tech companies on strategic initiatives. With more than 25 years of experience in the wireless/mobile industry, Steve is a dynamic entrepreneur with deep expertise in sales, marketing and channel development. His expertise aids great wireless products and services in finding the right sales, marketing and investment areas to guarantee success.

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MICHAEL CURRY

MICHAEL CURRY
Vice President of Product Management at IBM Application & Integration Middleware

Michael Curry is VP of Product Management for IBM Application & Integration Middleware. With 20 years of experience in the software and systems integration industries, his career has focused on defining software product strategy and implementing large-scale systems within Fortune 500 companies. Michael is a prominent public speaker in Internet of Things, Data, Analytics, and API technologies, and a frequent contributor to industry articles and publications.

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Making it Real: How Companies are Truly Bridging the Digital and Physical

Hill Auditorium, Woodruff Arts Center

Mobile apps and a web presence no longer suffice. Brands must connect their online and offline worlds.

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Civic Hacking: Why Solve Small Problems?

Opera Theater

It’s time to make an impact. Imagine creating a mobile application that solves grand challenges.

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Think Outside the Bricks and Mortar: Understanding How Mobile is Moving Retailers

Great Room A, W Hotel

This panel includes a mix of mobile technology experts and leading-edge retailers ready to discuss what’s happening now, what’s new and what’s next in mobility in the retail sector.

Speakers

DAVID KAISER

DAVID KAISER
Vice President at Great American Cookies

With more than 20 years of experience building business by focusing on top line sales, operations excellence and putting systems in place to maximize profitability, David has held the position of Vice President of Operations for three franchise organizations. David’s continued focus on improving franchisee profitability has always been the key to his success. It is with that passion that he strives to build a team to provide “world class” support to the Great American Cookie Franchise System.

JUSTIN HOTARD

JUSTIN HOTARD
President at NCR Silver

Justin Hotard is vice president and general manager at NCR Silver and NCR Small Business. He has spent over a decade building high-growth businesses in the technology, telecom, and media industries through organizational development, nurturing partnerships, and identifying strategic acquisitions.

BROOKS ROBINSON

BROOKS ROBINSON
Co-founder & CEO at Springbot

Brooks Robinson is co-founder and CEO of Springbot, a technology start-up that leverages big data and marketing automation to deliver an eCommerce marketing platform for small & medium online businesses. Previously, Brooks was an Entrepreneur in Residence with the Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) at Georgia Tech. From 2000 through 2011, Brooks was a co-founder of Cbeyond, where he held various leadership positions.

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New Revenue Models: What is Beyond Post-Paid, Pre-Paid and App/Feature Fees?

Great Room B, W Hotel

A panel of industry experts will discuss the disruptions in mobile services and emerging alternative revenue models.

Session Moderator

JORGE FUENZALIDA

JORGE FUENZALIDA
Vice President at inCode Consulting

As vice president and general manager, Jorge Fuenzalida leads inCode, the strategy consulting unit of Ericsson.  He has 25 years of experience in developing strategies, technologies and solutions for carriers, MSOs and PE firms. Previously, Jorge was director of Vytek, senior manager at Deloitte Consulting, associate director at BellSouth and senior consultant at Booz, Allen & Hamilton.  Jorge holds an MBA from the Fuqua School of Business, a BSEE from the University of Virginia and is a CFA®.

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MARK LOWENSTEIN

MARK LOWENSTEIN
Managing Director at Mobile Ecosystem

Mark Lowenstein is a prominent wireless industry executive, consultant, analyst and commentator. As managing director of mobile ecosystem, Mark advises C-level executives on corporate, product, market and industry strategy across the value chain of the wireless, communications and digital media industries. He has been VP of Market Strategy at Verizon Wireless and VP of Industry Strategy at Informio. Prior, Mark founded and led the global wireless practices at The Yankee Group for 10 years

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1:00 - 2:30

Lunch

Lunch

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2:30 - 3:30

Internet of Things: Influence on Network Carrier

Rich Theater, Woodruff Arts Center

This session will review the emerging requirements for IoT & M2M services, and will debate the functionality provided by mobile operators to support IoT.

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SVETLANA GRANT

SVETLANA GRANT
Project Director of Future IoT Networks, Connected Living Program at GSMA

Svetlana has more than 15 years of experience in the mobile industry. She has been a part of the GSMA’s Connected Living Program since 2009, working on the development of the Embedded Mobile Guidelines. She has also managed the Smart Energy and Smart Cities market development projects.  Since March 2014, Svetlana has been leading the Future IoT Networks project, working with the industry to identify emerging IoT service requirements, and to develop mobile network capabilities to provide support.

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Consumer Privacy & Security

Hill Auditorium, Woodruff Arts Center

As a consumer, how much do brands and advertisers know about me?

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UGA’s Mobile News Lab: Hacking Higher Education for a Disrupted Industry

Opera Theater

Consumers increasingly get news on smartphones and tablets, challenging journalists to find new ways of storytelling. 

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SCOTT A. SHAMP

SCOTT A. SHAMP
Director of the New Media Institute at The University of Georgia

Scott A. Shamp is the Director of the New Media Institute at UGA. He is helping companies map out strategies for success using new communication technologies, as well as helping students to carve out careers in the rapidly evolving field of new media. Currently, Scott heads the Mobile Media Consortium that includes Intel, Nokia, AT&T, McDonald’s, HP, Turner Broadcasting and BelAir Networks. He has provided consulting services for several companies including Turner, Disney, UPS, Coca-Cola, Delta and First Union.

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Expanding the Reach of Mobility Through Education

Great Room A, W Hotel

This session will look at various aspects of mobility education in different types of organizations.

Session Moderator

SCOTT A. SHAMP

SCOTT A. SHAMP
Director of the New Media Institute at The University of Georgia

Scott A. Shamp is the Director of the New Media Institute at UGA. He is helping companies map out strategies for success using new communication technologies, as well as helping students to carve out careers in the rapidly evolving field of new media. Currently, Scott heads the Mobile Media Consortium that includes Intel, Nokia, AT&T, McDonald’s, HP, Turner Broadcasting and BelAir Networks. He has provided consulting services for several companies including Turner, Disney, UPS, Coca-Cola, Delta and First Union.

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HUMAYUN ZAFAR

HUMAYUN ZAFAR
Assistant Professor of Information Security and Assurance at Kennesaw State University

Dr. Humayun Zafar is an Assistant Professor of Information Security and Assurance, as well as Director of the Mobile App Development (MAD) Lab at Kennesaw State University. He received his doctorate from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and his work has appeared in numerous journals. In summer 2013 he designed the MAD Junior program to impart STEM knowledge to middle school students through creation of mobile games. He recently received multiple grants from Google (via the Tides Foundation) to continue with the program and partner with local non-profit agencies such as Computers For Youth (CFY) to encourage minorities to enroll in STEM programs.

MICHAEL BECKER

MICHAEL BECKER
Co-Founder, Managing Partner and North American CEO at mCordis

Michael J. Becker is a recognized mobile marketing pioneer, with more than 20 years of industry expertise. He is the co-founder, Managing Partner & North American CEO of mCordis, a leading provider of professional mobile marketing education and advisory services.  Michael is the author of a number of books and articles, including Mobile Marketing for Dummies. He is on the boards of Marketing EDGE and the Mobile Marketing Association in North America, as well as on the advisory boards for Assurant, Funmobility and Privowny. He is also an adjunct professor of mobile marketing at National University.

MARK EVANS

MARK EVANS
Co-founder and Managing Partner at BrandGarage

Mark has more than 15 years of experience in market research and producing global tech events in Silicon Valley and internationally, during which time he has been deeply involved in the Silicon Valley startup community and innovation culture. His experience spans consumer goods, retail, pharma, aerospace and many areas of tech.

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Security, Privacy & Intellectual Property: Where do we go from Here?

Great Room B, W Hotel

Risk management and privacy advice for reducing liability in the mobile world

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3:30 - 5:30

Internship Summit sponsored by Verizon Wireless

Circle Room, Woodruff Arts Center

Internship Summit sponsored by Verizon Wireless

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4:00 - 5:00

Wearables: The Human Connection & Who’s Data is it?

Rich Theater, Woodruff Arts Center

Never before has a new category emerged in the CE space with as much anticipation as the wearable category. 

Session Moderator

JAMIE TURNER

JAMIE TURNER
CEO at 60 Second Communications

Jamie Turner is an internationally-recognized author and marketing expert who has helped AT&T, The Coca-Cola Company, CNN and other global brands solve complex marketing problems. He is the CEO of 60 Second Communications, a full-service marketing agency, and runs the 60 Second Marketer, a blog that is read by tens of thousands of marketers each month. Jamie is a regular guest on CNN and HLN and is the co-author of Go Mobile, an Amazon #1 best-selling mobile book, as well as How to Make Money with Social Media.

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5 Surefire Ways to Conquer the Future

Hill Auditorium, Woodruff Arts Center

How do you build a thriving brand in the year 2020?

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Narrowing the Gap Between Aspiration and Reality

Great Room A, W Hotel

What are we getting right in multiscreen marketing, what still needs to happen  and where are the opportunities?

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Date of Mobility LIVE!:
September 23-24, 2014

Location of Mobility LIVE!:
Midtown Atlanta
Georgia

 

Featured 2014 Speakers

Ralph de la VegaRalph de la Vega
President & CEO at AT&T Mobility

Chris McClellenChris McClellen
Digital Technology Officer at The Weather Channel

 

Heard at Mobility LIVE!

Mobility Live 2013: Margaret Martin