Speakers at the Cloud Computing Strategies Conference

 
Sufel Barkat
Sufel Barkat is an Experienced Executive with over 25 years of diversified experience in healthcare, hospitality, pharmaceuticals, services, technology, consulting, and manufacturing. Sufel has formulated financial and quality strategies, policies, and procedures and developed world-class business and supplier relationships to achieve budget and schedule goals. Sufel also implemented strategic and tactical process improvement initiatives that increased shareholder value. Sufel is a Global Executive responsible for outsourcing, centralization, and cloud computing strategies and built state of the art central financial systems while leading teams in a different mix of onshore and offshore environments. In his current role at GE Healthcare, Sufel is responsible for transforming the ERP strategy and processes for both Operations and Financials on a Global Scale. Sufel will have reduced the Global ERP footprint by 35% by next year and has stood up a JV with MSFT and GE.
 
Brett Goodwin
As vice president of marketing and business development, Brett is responsible for overall marketing strategy and execution, and forging key partnerships. Brett has 20 years of experience helping emerging technology companies become market leaders, including Isilon Systems, RealNetworks, and McCaw Cellular/AT&T Wireless. As employee 15 and vice president of marketing and business development for Isilon, Brett helped lead the networked storage company from pre-revenue to $100M+ annual revenue and through a successful IPO in December 2006. . EMC acquired Isilon for $2.5B in October 2011. Prior to Isilon, Brett led product management, enterprise products, and corporate development at RealNetworks over 6+ years and through their IPO in November 1997. At McCaw cellular, Brett held product management and marketing roles as the first digital and nationwide cellular network was becoming operational in North America. Brett has also worked as a management consultant for Booz, Allen, and Hamilton.
Mr. Goodwin holds a B.A. degree in Economics from Pomona College, an M.B.A. from Stanford Business School, and studied the history of economics at Oxford University, England.
 

Greg Hubbard

Greg is a technology professional with achievements in small and large organizations, from dot-com startups to Fortune 1000 companies. Currently he is the Executive Director of Technology for Cengage Learning. In this role, he is responsible for creating and executing the strategy for seamless integration of 4 core functions: Web Development (multiple teams), Architecture, Quality Assurance, and Business Analytics. Greg has been engaged as a subject matter expert for the relationship between business strategy & IT, cloud computing, business intelligence as related to revenue growth and the roles of social networking within a company. He has also acted as a technology consultant for developing companies. He previously held technology positions at Q Interactive, Trans Union Corp, and CNA Insurance.

 

Jeff Roseman
Jeff is Director of Infrastructure & Information Security for Wilton Brands LLC. Wilton Brands Inc. is the largest food and paper crafting company in the highly fragmented U.S. crafts industry. Mr. Roseman oversees the technology management and information security for 15 facilities in the US, Canada, UK, India, Australia and China.

He is a seasoned IT executive with over two decades of experience in both technology management and consulting roles. With experience in global business, marketing, sales, business process re-engineering, and as an IT director, CIO and consultant, he has worked both sides of the technology world. Mr. Roseman possesses an extensive background working with regional, national, and international businesses in a variety of industries including professional services, healthcare, manufacturing, legal, real estate, construction, and non-profit. He has a broad knowledge of IT strategy, networking, telecommunications, training & development, systems integration, mergers and acquisitions, facility relocation, and business continuity planning.

Mr. Roseman continues to be successful moving IT teams from a crises management mentality to predictive, proactive, disciplined organization. He has previously lectured on social media & networking, IT leadership, customer relationship management, endpoint security, and disaster recovery planning. Mr. Roseman has a bachelor’s degree and an MBA in Information Systems and Marketing from the University of Iowa and serves on the University of Iowa’s Tippie College of Business SoMAC board.

 
Christian Teeft
Christian is an accomplished and forward-thinking engineering professional, with over 16 years of experience managing large technology teams and driving development strategies for a wide range of innovative data center solutions. A pioneer in virtualization, Christian was building clouds long before they were clouds. Teeft is the architect behind Latisys’ next generation managed hosting and cloud services platform and is responsible for enabling Latisys to deliver innovative, scalable IT Outsourcing solutions to enterprise customers—today and tomorrow.
For nine years prior to joining Latisys, Teeft served in various capacities with NTT America, most recently as VP of Product Development, Engineering and OSS. In that role, Teeft served as a core member of the management team—driving the company’s technology strategy and leading multiple engineering teams responsible for Platform, Storage, Network, OSS and Custom Engineering. He also led R&D for new products and services and managed the hosting infrastructure for several data centers.  
 
Glenn Weinstein
As the CIO of Appirio, Glenn Weinstein is responsible for driving the company's technology vision and building out systems and processes necessary to support Appirio's rapid growth—all without owning a single server. As an Appirio co-founder, Glenn played a critical role in establishing the company's consulting services practice. Prior to Appirio, Glenn ran large consulting and technical support functions at enterprise software companies, most recently as vice president for worldwide technical support and services at Borland Software Corporation, and previously as vice president for global customer support for webMethods. Glenn holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from the U.S. Naval Academy, and a Master of Science degree in computer science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
 
Kenneth Zoline
Ken Zoline is a Global Security Program Manager in IBM Corporation's Strategic Outsourcing practice and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Ken is responsible for managing and improving his customers' security operations, risk management and security governance programs. Ken joined IBM through their acquisition of SPSS in 2010. As Director of Information Security and Risk Management, Ken implemented SPSS' first information security program and successfully completed 4 years of operation with no major malware breaks and no breaches of company or customer information security. Prior to joining SPSS in 2007, Ken was Security Practice Leader at West Monroe Partners for 1 year and Principal Consultant at Kenneth O. Zoline and Associates for 17 years where he provided networking and security consultation to 130+ clients. Prior to starting his consulting practice in 1990, Ken worked at Amoco Corporation and Continental Bank for 15 years in a variety of information technology areas and roles. For this CAMP event, Ken will be sharing his experience as a contributor to the Cloud Security Alliance's Consensus Assessments Initiative Questionnaire.