2012 Speaker List
Hear from IT leaders and industry experts in more than 100 sessions at the leading business technology event.
VP of Mobility, ShoreTel
Mr. Pejman Roshan is the Vice President for Mobility at ShoreTel. Prior to ShoreTel’s acquisition of Agito Networks, Mr. Roshan was the Chief Marketing Officer and co-founder of Agito Networks. He brings more than 16 years of wireless expertise and an extensive track record to the company.
Prior to founding Agito, Mr. Roshan was Product Line Manager in the Cisco Systems Wireless Networking Business Unit, responsible for software, security, voice and WLAN management products. Roshan joined Cisco’s Wireless Networking Business Unit just after its acquisition of Aironet in 2000, helping drive Cisco into its wireless market leadership position.
Prior to his product role at Cisco, Mr. Roshan spent eight years as a network engineer and architect. Mr. Roshan designed and deployed large-scale networks for companies such as Cisco Systems and Automatic Data Processing (ADP).
Mr. Roshan’s accomplishments include participation in the IEEE 802.11 task groups responsible for security (802.11i) and QoS (802.11e); co-authoring the Cisco Press book ‘802.11 Wireless LAN Fundamentals’, published by Cisco Press in 2004; as well as publishing numerous wireless security and wireless voice white papers.
Mr. Roshan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from California Polytechnic (Cal Poly) University.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012, 10:15 AM-11:15 AM
In spite of all the hype about “BYOD,” desktop telephones will be the mainstay of many enterprise users for at least the near term—for many job descriptions, there’s simply no need for a change. However, for an increasing number of workers, mobiles and PC/tablet-based softphones are the wave of the future. Chances are, your enterprise will feature a mix of these types of users—traditional phone, PC softphone and mobile. So how do you determine who gets what kind of device? How do you manage and set policy for this multiplicity of devices? And how do you provide the best collaboration experience for the increasing number of users who use multiple types of devices (connecting over multiple types of networks) over the course of a single day? This session will present you with the trends and choices in each area of enterprise communications devices, and will offer a provocative discussion about what works best, and where to place your bets.