Principal Analyst, Lopez Research LLC
Maribel has more than 18 years of professional experience focusing on the telecommunications and networking industry. Currently she analyzes how disruptive forces such as mobility, collaboration and social software, virtual currencies and Clean Tech will change the future. Most recently, Maribel spent over 10 years at Forrester Research analyzing multiple topics related to the telecommunications, media and entertainment industries including operator network and service strategies, enterprise communications and consumer markets for voice, video and data. She has also held positions at Motorola, International Data Corporation and Shiva.
BYOD and the mobilization of apps have forced companies to revisit security. Security technologies exist at all layers of the stack from device through applications. This session will discuss the key considerations for security as IT moves to a world where data resides on devices, in the cloud and on premises.
In the future, companies will rebuild transform business applications to take advantage of a wide range of by using contextual data from all connected devices, including location, time of day, presence and device type. Sensors in the latest devices will also also provide contextual information such as temperature, humidity, motion, and orientation. Applications based on business critical data from connected sensors will be used by many industries, with utility, oil and gas industries leading the way. Transforming business will require businesses to use the cloud and big data processing to turn mobile data into insight in real-time. This session will discuss the opportunities that combining these technologies can provide.