MoMo Tokyo - March 11 - Be Prepared, Never Forget
|Registration Closes||Admission Fee|
|Mon, 11 Mar 2013 19:00||¥1,000 at the door|
|Includes First Drink and Buffet!|
Post Event Update:
Many Thanks to all who attended the 3.11 event, full props to ForeScout, MobileIron and OPTiM whose combined support made that awesome venue arrangement possible.
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-- MoMo Tokyo Team
There has been much discussion related to BYOD issues and MDM platforms, meet key players in the device management space to address this growing concern for enterprise. Respecting the iconic date, 2nd anniversary of 3.11 quake, we also look forward to hear from good folks who have been involved with activities in Tohoku.
Although the renewal of Japan's Tohoku region will take many years to complete, in some ways the disaster is already 'old news'. Our mission is to keep awareness of renewal as it is happening in Japan. By using the power of stories to connect, inform, heal and inspire we hope to encourage even more people to get involved or at the very least feel a connection with the people giving it their best. Perhaps that inspiration will even find an outlet at another location on the globe.
Speaker: Neil Van Wouw, Managing Director, Ganbatte 365
ikifu is an awarded donation platform launched in 2012 with the aim to simplify the way people can change the world. i-kifu aims support Non Profit Organizations (NPOs), individuals and corporations to connect in a mutually beneficial environment by helping them to take full advantage of the power of internet and mobile technologies. It could be compared to a Kickstarter for non-profits. Everyone wants to live happy and in a better world. Start helping others and start feeling the satisfaction to be helpful to others. The people who receive your help, will never forget your gift.
Speaker: Nhat Vuong, Founder/CEO, ikkifu.org
After the 3/11 earthquake and resulting nuclear situation at Fukushima Diachi it became clear that people wanted more data than what was available. Through joint efforts with partners such as International Medcom, Keio University, The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and GlobalGiving, Safecast has been building a radiation sensor network comprised of static and mobile sensors actively being deployed around Japan – both near the exclusion zone and elsewhere in the country.
Speaker: Pieter Franken, Co-founder and Japan Director, Safecast
We make the Net as simple as breathing, OPTiM's mission is to create services/infra that everyone can utilize with ease. In order to create such services/infra, we are developing and providing a variety of support tools so that people around the world can use simply and easily with the utmost security.
Speaker: Keiichi Yokoyama, Vice President, Special Mission Division
MobileIron was established at 2007, currently has over 500 employees, and has more than 4200 customer worldwide, including many Fortune 500 and Global 2000 companies. MobileIron is being recognized by Gartner and IDC as the champion and leader in the mobile IT area. The solution from MobileIron keeps a very good balance between good user experience and strong security. We believe both are essential for a successful Mobile First enterprise. MobileIron recently had an innovation called AppConnect, which benefits the application developers, enterprise IT admins and the end users . With MobileIron AppConnect, user will get the best from the innovation of the mobile devices and applications, meanwhile IT can have all the business related data protected in the AppConnect container.
Speakers: Richard Li Sr. Systems Engineer, APAC Japan
Mikio Yanashita Vice President Asia/Pacific & Japan & Managing Director (Japan)
ForeScout enables organizations to accelerate productivity and connectivity by allowing users to access corporate network resources where, how and when needed without compromising security. ForeScout CounterACT is real-time network security platform for access, mobile and endpoint compliance designed to enable organizations to improve IT responsiveness, mitigate threats and eliminate remediation costs. Because CounterACT appliances are easy to deploy, unobtrusive, intelligent and scalable, they has been chosen by more than 1,400 of the world's most secure enterprises and military installations in global deployments spanning 37 countries. In Japan, ForeScout's clients include key government ministries, city governments, telecommunication companies, medium/large enterprises, hospitals, and universities.
Speaker: Mr. Scott Gordon, Vice President Worldwide Marketing
We look forward to see you there, spread the word & bring a friend, All Welcome.
-- MoMo Tokyo Team