From the cold back woods of Maine to the glowing hustle and bustle of Silicon Valley - J.Tyler “T.Rex" Rohrer has been on a nearly 30 year voyage to perfect the way agencies, organizations, and companies of all sizes manage their end user computing landscapes. Working on nearly every continent in the World, thousands of different types of organizations, and millions and millions of actual end users – he will offer “short cuts” and “turn by turn directions” helping you future proof your deployments.
With all that has changed with virtualization and cloud computing, a tremendous amount has stayed the same. This lively session will explore what it is we all really do when we “go to work” every day – and how this simple mental model sets the stage for amazing innovation and breakthrough within YOUR ORGANIZATIONS…if you simply let it happen and follow 3 simple principles.
Tyler Rohrer co-founded Liquidware, an international software company catering to the largest agencies, organizations, and enterprises on the planet. Previously, he was a partner at FOEDUS, which was acquired by VMware in 2007. Tyler is an international speaker on topics ranging from virtualization, cloud computing, and operational excellence. He is a horrible golfer, decent rally car racer, mechanic, father, futurist, author, and amateur theoretical physics buff.
Liquidware is the leading 3rd party software provider of desktop transformation solutions enhancing management of Windows desktops on any desktop platform, including physical Windows PCs, VMware Horizon, Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop, Amazon Workspaces and AWS and Microsoft Azure cloud platforms.
Companies are under equal pressure both to innovate and disrupt the markets they serve while at the same time ensure company assets and customers are protected. What happens when these goals work against each other? Does innovation have to put your company at greater risk? Do cybersecurity programs impede innovation?
Join Jonathan Steenland of Zyston to learn how organizations can navigate the most common cybersecurity risks while building an information security program that supports - and even fuels - innovation.
Jonathan Steenland is responsible for co-leading Zyston’s CISO Advisory and Consulting Services.
Prior to joining Zyston, Jonathan served as Chief Information Security Officer at Fujitsu where he was responsible for developing strategic security programs for its global business, which includes 500 companies and 170,000 employees across 100 countries. Fujitsu innovates products and solutions across seven industry verticals - from automotive to telecommunications.
Jonathan is passionate about developing and implementing innovative information security programs that are aligned with strategic business goals, providing sustained competitive advantages for Zyston's portfolio of clients. He is also dedicated to growing the next generation of cybersecurity professionals through Zyston's leadership development program known as Top Gun.