Google’s Scott Jenson exemplifies the speaker experience we strive for at IoT Evolution Expo.
By now, you are likely aware of the ITEXPO #TECHSUPERSHOW, a mega-event that strives to exceed the needs of 8,000 purchasing decision-makers with the aggregate buying power of $8.5B as they budget for 2020.
By mega-event, we mean an event with collocations that are related and allows decision-makers and influencers to come, learn, network with peers and leave with the information they need to lead digital transformation, UCaaS or IoT deployment, SD-WAN, Future of Work, etc.
Here is the full list of events.
We spend a good deal of our time looking for, analyzing and selecting the right people to educate you on the market(s) you come to learn about.
While we wish we could go into depth on all of our speakers, we had to start with one… Scott Jensen – Product Strategy at Google.
He is keynoting at the collocated IoT Evolution Feb 12-14, 2020 in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Specifically, Wednesday, Feb 12th, 10:30am.
How amazing is this talk above?
This is the future people – you need to come hear him talk about it – live and in person.
He was a UI designer at Apple between 1988-1996, an amazing time for the company. He was a manger at Symbian for three years up to 2001. He worked as the manager of mobile UX at Google during the pivotal time between 2005-2011. He was at the legendary frog design for over a year until 2012 and has been at Google since 2013 working in the future UX team there.
This is unique and amazing experience and it is so so so so relevant today.
As decision-makers in IT and telecom, we are faced with helping our own companies and customers through network and digital transformation.
This could involve IoT sensors, big data analytics, edge-computing, 5G, SD-WAN, cloud and so much more.
Scott has a lot to offer in terms of how we present data to users and customers. How we maximize productivity and value.
New business ideas – new ways of working and producing solutions.
He is an example of what we strive to bring you in the entire event – someone with deep knowledge and experience who in-turn helps you learn and do your job better. Ideally, you’ll get promoted and come back to next year’s event with all the additional people who now report to you. 🙂
Registration is open now and we can’t wait to see you there!