Dan blogs on Managing Products and Clouds.
He oversees development and execution of strategic market research, consulting engagements for IT organizations and software vendors, and directs product development and marketing efforts. Formerly CEO of NetDelivery, a VC backed application software company, and Vice President of Financial Products for EDS’ Electronic Commerce unit, Dan has over 25 years of IT industry experience in many facets of IT operations, development, product management, and marketing.
Dennis blogs on IT Megatrends: BSM,CMS, Automation.
He supports EMA through leadership in Business Service Management (BSM), CMDB Systems, automation systems and service-centric financial optimization. Dennis also works across practice areas to promote dialogs across critical areas of technology and market interdependencies. Dennis previously built EMA’s network management coverage. Before joining EMA, Dennis was with Cabletron’s Spectrum management software and with IBM in marketing and communications.
Shawn blogs on The Business Intelligence Brief.
His passions are rooted in the online world, focusing on analytics, social media, business intelligence, enterprise 2.0, SaaS and open source. With prior positions such as co-founder, EVP and Editorial Director of the BeyeNETWORK, Internet Business Development Director at Thomson Media (now SourceMedia), President of Achieve Communications and a partner at DMReview magazine (now Information Management) – where he was Vice President as well as Publisher and Editorial Director of DMReview.com, Shawn brings almost 2 decades of experience to every client engagement.
Scott blogs on RiskRecon: Navigating Security and Risk.
An (ISC)2 Certified Information Systems Security (CISSP), Security Architecture (ISSAP) and Security Management (ISSMP) Professional, Scott’s expertise covers a diverse range of interests. He has pioneered implementation and research in multiple fields, from assistive technologies to sophisticated distributed-trust data security architectures to IT service management. Scott was formerly Information Security Officer for the International Data Centre of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization and worked in systems management for the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research and Emerson.
Julie blogs on Application Management – A View From The Flatirons.
She has over 20 years of deep and broad experience in software engineering, IT infrastructure engineering, and enterprise management. Her experience in commercial software companies included development of communications interfaces and management of programming teams. As a former IT senior engineer, she developed enterprise management solutions and deployed multiple packaged system, application and performance management products. Formerly a manager in the Global Architecture and Core Technologies Group at Accenture, Julie also worked with two international software companies, Enterprise Systems Group, and the former JD Edwards & Company, now part of Oracle.
Jim blogs on Network Management Manna.
He has developed, deployed, managed and marketed software and hardware products in both the enterprise and service provider sectors. Before EMA, Jim was Vice President of Marketing at NetScout Systems, Vice President, Strategic Marketing at Micromuse, and product marketing roles at Objective Systems Integrators, Agilent Technologies on the Net Expert OSS products and Cabletron Spectrum. He also developed real-time data collection and analysis systems used in the petroleum exploration drilling industry.
Steve blogs on The Systems Cafe.
Steve’s career at Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) follows 19 years of industry experience in system operations and engineering. Prior to joining EMA, Steve managed an Enterprise Storage Operations team at Agilent Technologies, which involved supervising a global 24×7 support team, implementing support procedures and providing technical solutions to enhance the enterprise storage environment. During his tenure at Agilent, Steve was also responsible for security project management and coordinating DS5 SOX auditing.
Tracy blogs on Shifting Sands – Managing IT Infrastructure in the Age of Cloud.
She has 23 years of experience in the computing industry, primarily as an industry analyst and on the vendor side doing competitive analysis. At Enterprise Management Associates, Tracy works in the Network Management practice area. Prior to joining EMA, Tracy worked for two of the largest IT market research vendors, Gartner and IDC. In her capacity as an analyst at both of these firms, she was responsible for market sizing and forecasting of various IT markets. Her area of coverage has included both hardware and software solutions, in particular for networking, network management, WAN optimization, WLAN, PC networking hardware, groupware and application development. She has published numerous reports and has been widely quoted in the press.
John blogs on Business Intelligence with Altitude: Views from 5430ft.
John Myers joined Enterprise Management Associates in 2011 as senior analyst of the business intelligence (BI) practice area. In this role, John delivers comprehensive coverage of the business intelligence and data warehouse industry with a focus on database management, data integration, data visualization, and process management solutions. He has years of experience working in areas related to business analytics in professional services consulting and product development roles, as well as helping organizations solve their business analytics problems, whether they relate to operational platforms, such as customer care or billing, or applied analytical applications, such as revenue assurance or fraud management.
Torsten blogs on Physical – Virtual – Cloud: Systems Management Reloaded.
Torsten joined Enterprise Management Associates following over 10 years of conceptualizing and managing highly complex IT projects within the virtualization, cloud, and custom software application development realm. In his past positions as Principal and Director of Professional Services of two major consulting firms, Torsten helped a long list of national and international organizations like The World Bank, Prometric and Cricket Communications evaluate and identify the business value of emerging enterprise technologies.