CITE: Consumerization of IT in the Enterprise Forum
CITE Forum Agenda. Thanks to our moderators, speakers and sponsors for a terrific event.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013
8:00 am - 9:00 amRegistration and Breakfast in the Sponsor Showcase
9:00 am - 9:30 amWelcome and Opening Remarks
Moderator: Scott Kirsner, Columnist, The Innovation Economy Column, The Boston Globe; Editor, Innovation Leader
9:30 am - 10:00 amMeet the Next-Generation Dow Jones
Stephen Orban, CIO, Dow Jones & Company, Inc.

Dow Jones, publisher of The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires, and other services for the business world, has an aggressive digital strategy that’s keeping it at the forefront of the seismic shifts in the industry. And unlike many organizations, it’s turning to its CIO to lead that effort. Join this compelling and inspiring session to hear why this 131-year-year old company decided to empower its IT leadership and its own development team to build its future. You’ll hear how CIO Stephen Orban sees every opportunity to modernize a business application as an opportunity for innovation, for increasing the competency of its development staff and for driving the investments that will keep it surging toward the future.

10:00 am - 10:30 amThe Power of the Cloud: Driving Business Insight and Innovation in the Mobile Era
Jon Herstein, SVP, Customer Success, Box

Mobility and cloud platforms are transforming the way organizations communicate, innovate, and serve their communities. Join us for a lively discussion about cloud applications in today’s mobile-centric and competitive business environment. The conversation will also explore how collaboration addresses some of the key challenges today's organizations face and why now is the time to move beyond the traditional vendor/client relationships.

10:30 am - 11:00 amSocial Collaboration Networking Break in the Sponsor Showcase

Join us for a quick mid-morning break and while you’re at it, make a new face-to-face connection that you can later add as a friend, follow on Twitter or "Link In" to (not to mention connect with via our event mobile app).

11:00 am - 11:30 amBring Your Own App: The Secret Weapon for Collaboration Adoption
Eric Bisceglia, Sr Dir, Product Marketing, LogMeIn

CIOs and their business counterparts have learned the hard way that saying “no” to user-chosen productivity applications is a non-starter. While the acknowledgment of employee preference has proved to streamline application selection, it is also driving application adoption. Join us to learn how leading enterprises are embracing these best-of-breed applications to achieve transformative improvements in overall collaboration and employee productivity.

11:40 am - 12:10 pmDesigning for the Future: The Journey to Powerful Mobile Apps
Sarmad Salim, Director, Application Design & Mobility, Enabling Applications, Sanofi North America

At Sanofi, a global healthcare company, the journey to a mobile app development strategy that can meet the needs of the business and effectively ensured collaboration included a steep learning curve. In this insightful presentation, Sarmad Salim, Director, Application Design & Mobility, will share some of the lessons learned and the best practices they have discovered while developing innovative solutions that truly aid the enterprise. Sarmad will focus on Sanofi’s approach to mobile apps design, including its agile development approach, as well as how they have learned to focus on the user and the use case in new ways as they developed new apps and capabilities.

An Enhanced Model to Connect Sales and Service Desktops
Scott Blandford, CTO, Retirement and Individual Technology , TIAA-CREF

How can you take the broad, disconnected collection of applications found on a standard corporate desktop and turn it into an easy, streamlined user experience for the representatives interfacing with your customers? Even tougher, how can you accomplish this while avoiding the “one large-scale application to rule them all” modern day technology trap? The Web 2.0 revolution has valuable lessons that can be shared with all companies attempting such transformations. In this session, TIAA-CREF CTO, Scott Blandford, will explain how firms that are working to take their desktops to the next level can benefit from these lessons – with real-world, practical examples.

Getting Process and Vendor Management Right for Mobile
John Oyhagaray, Applications Executive

In the rush to mobile-enable employees, many businesses are turning to strategic partners to build the apps they don’t have the expertise to build on their own. This can be a great solution – as long as the right internal stakeholders are involved, processes are fully examined and end user skill level is put front and center. Join a veteran enterprise applications manager as he shares lessons learned from working with partners in the mobile realm. You’ll learn what to build in on the front end to ensure development, integration and training run smoothly.

12:10 pm - 2:00 pmLunch and Dessert Reception in the Sponsor Showcase
2:10 pm - 2:40 pmSocial Collaboration: Getting to Success and ROI
Kevin Jones, Consulting Social & Organizational Strategist

The use of social collaboration tools in the enterprise continues to create buzz – but where are they being used most successfully? Is an organization better off going with a collaboration tool bundled with an enterprise application, or trying to recast an intranet to meet the business’ communication needs? Join social strategist Kevin Jones as he shares the latest best practices around successful social adoption and ROI from his work at NASA’s Marshall and Goddard Space Flight Centers and elsewhere. You’ll learn why collaboration is imperative for the next-generation enterprise, and how to help drive it at yours.

Corporate Policies on Mobile Devices: A Legal Perspective
Joshua Konvisser, Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

Many companies are still in the early stages of determining their mobile device strategies. Crucial to a successful implementation is understanding how mobile devices will impact day-to-day operations, external and internal communications, privacy, access and more – and then establishing policies that provide the right balance of governance and flexibility to establish a successful mobile initiative. In this session, learn about the legal precedents and ramifications of BYOD, and learn how you can implement a framework to identify the right policies for your organization.

2:50 pm - 3:55 pmDueling Panels: Mobile, Social and Cloud Mean Big Change in the Enterprise
Scott Blandford, CTO, Retirement and Individual Technology , TIAA-CREF
Sarmad Salim, Director, Application Design & Mobility, Enabling Applications, Sanofi North America
John Oyhagaray, Applications Executive
Moderator: Matt Rosoff, Editorial Director, CITEworld
Kevin Jones, Consulting Social & Organizational Strategist
Joshua Konvisser, Partner, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
Moderator: Scott Kirsner, Columnist, The Innovation Economy Column, The Boston Globe; Editor, Innovation Leader

In this dynamic session, we’ll get highlights from our array of case study presenters for an insightful discussion of the forces driving consumerization and the challenges and approaches to embracing it.

3:55 pm - 4:00 pmClosing Remarks and Prize Drawing
Moderator: Scott Kirsner, Columnist, The Innovation Economy Column, The Boston Globe; Editor, Innovation Leader
4:00 pm - 5:00 pmNetworking + Cocktails in the Sponsor Showcase