Tracy Crowe, Director, Product Marketing, NetMotion Wireless, will address the challenges, requirements and key considerations when deploying cloud services and FirstNet for mission critical communications—during two panel sessions at the International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) 2014 in Las Vegas, March 24-28.
Johnson Crowe has more than 25 years of global marketing and business development experience in computer systems, networking, wireless communications and software. He has held senior product marketing and market development positions at Neterion, Qualcomm, Emulex and Hewlett-Packard. As the former VP of Marketing for JNI Corporation, Crowe helped drive revenue growth to more than $100 million in two years.
With the emergence of cloud-based services for communication systems and FirstNet as a dedicated network for first responders, those in charge of deploying these solutions must not underestimate the impact that visibility, connectivity, security and control can have on their success. Left unresolved, these challenges can quickly negate the benefits of these solutions, leading to lost productivity or in the case of FirstNet, life threatening circumstances. In the panel sessions “Cloud Services – What Do They Mean for My Communications Systems?” and “Getting What You Asked For, Getting What You Need from FirstNet,” attendees will discover proven methods for addressing these pain points while learning how to capitalize on the best that cloud services and FirstNet have to offer.
Cloud Services – What Do They Mean for My Communications Systems? (Session #W28): Wednesday, March 26, 2014 at 4:15 PM Pacific, Room S230
Getting What You Asked For, Getting What You Need from FirstNet (Session #F01): Friday, March 28, 2014 at 10:00 AM Pacific, Room S233
Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV
NetMotion Wireless develops Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) software for organizations with mission-critical mobile workforces. The company’s products address the unique challenges created by these workforces by providing the security, visibility, and control that IT departments demand, while minimizing the connectivity challenges faced in the field, so mobile workers can be more productive. Thousands of enterprises around the world are using NetMotion products to keep millions of mobile workers connected to applications. The company is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.