Dolphin Garage: Mobile Enterprise Opportunities for Startups
Thursday, May 16, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
We have officially entered the new era of mobile enterprise.
Enterprise mobility and bring your own device (BYOD) market is expected to reach $175+ Billion by 2017.
Meet the leaders in mobile enterprise by joining us on May 16 to discuss:
What is Dolphin Garage?
Dolphin Garage event series is where developers, investors, and industry influencers get together and discuss the latest trends in the ever-evolving mobile space.
Meet our Speakers
Timothy Lee, Partner, Sequoia Capital
Timothy Lee is an early stage investor with Sequoia Capital, with a focus on mobile, cloud and software companies. Prior to joining Sequoia Capital in 2009, Tim worked at Google where he managed European marketing and product launch strategy. While at Google, he also conceived the YouTube Symphony Orchestra. Earlier, Tim worked at McKinsey & Company in London and at microprocessor IP company, ARM, in Cambridge UK.
John Herrema, SVP Corporate Strategy, Good Technology
John joined Visto Corporation, the parent company of Good Technology, in June 2003 as VP Business Development when Visto acquired ViAir Inc. In that role, John helped drive Visto's growth based on marketing and distribution partnerships with partners such as IBM, Microsoft, Palm, and Ericsson.
Milo Sprague, Head of Technology, Silicon Valley Bank
Milo B. Sprague is part the senior IT Leadership team reporting to the CIO at Silicon Valley Bank. As Head of Technology, Milo has responsibility for the IT Architecture and IT Governance Departments, including overarching responsibility for IT Strategy, including global enterprise architecture including Cloud and Mobile Strategy.
Here's our latest agenda:
Dolphin brings you the world’s first Gesture and voice control (Sonar) based browser. Fast and playful, you can train your Dolphin to adapt to the way you want to browse. With over 50 million downloads and growing daily, “Dolphin is the most capable browser available.”
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