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«Vic Bhagat Executive Vice President, Enterprise Business Solutions & CIO, EMC 2 CIO SUMMIT 2014 | LAS VEGAS CIO SUMMIT SPEAKERS | LAS VEGAS 2014 ...»

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May 5, 2014

Dear Guest,

Welcome to the CIO Summit | LAS VEGAS 2014. I’m looking forward to speaking with

you over the next few days.

Without a doubt, cloud computing, mobility, social, and big data are redefining IT and

introducing rich opportunities for us to transform to a contemporary IT model that

drives agility and value for our organizations. While we will tackle these topics and

how the CIO is evolving into an even more strategic business partner, this Summit is truly an opportunity for you to network with and hear from your fellow CIOs. Together, our collective wisdom will not only make for robust conversation, but will provide us with ideas and suggestions to Redefine Innovation for IT and our organizations.

On behalf of EMC, Pivotal, RSA, and VMware, thank you for investing your valuable time to be here with us. If you need anything, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Vic Bhagat Executive Vice President, Enterprise Business Solutions & CIO, EMC 2 CIO SUMMIT 2014 | LAS VEGAS CIO SUMMIT SPEAKERS | LAS VEGAS 2014 Speakers featured in order of appearance on agenda Joseph Tucci Chairman and Chief Executive Officer EMC Corporation Joe Tucci is Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer of EMC Corporation. Tucci has been EMC’s Chairman since January 2006 and CEO since January 2001, one year after he joined the company as President and Chief Operating Officer. He is also Chairman of the Board of Directors of VMware.

During his tenure, Tucci has successfully steered EMC through major business transformations, leading the company into new market segments, expanding the company’s marketplace beyond large enterprises to commercial and small-medium businesses, broadening the company’s industry alliances, and establishing new selling, partnership and distribution channels, as well as spearheading the investment of more than $15 billion in acquisitions to fill out EMC’s product portfolio and expand the company’s addressable market opportunity. Over the same period, Tucci has strengthened EMC’s management team with the integration of executives from other major technology companies. He has remained EMC’s most vocal champion of The Total Customer Experience, EMC’s commitment to consistently exceed customers’ expectations for quality, service, innovation and interaction. Acknowledging EMC’s rejuvenation under Tucci’s leadership, Barron’s named him one of the world’s Best CEOs for the second year in a row in 2012.

Before joining EMC, Tucci directed the financial and operational rebirth of Wang Global during six years as its Chairman and CEO. At Wang, he guided the company through a rapid and successful emergence from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and transformed the company from a midrange computer manufacturer into a worldwide leader in networked technology services and solutions. Under his leadership, Wang acquired and integrated ten companies from 1995 through 1999, and its market capitalization more than tripled. In June 1999, Wang was acquired by Getronics NV. Prior to joining Wang in 1990, Tucci was President of U.S.

Information Systems for Unisys Corporation, a position he assumed after the 1986 merger of Sperry and Burroughs that created Unisys. He began his career as a systems programmer at RCA Corporation and holds a bachelor’s degree from Manhattan College and an MS in Business Policy from Columbia University. He is one of 150 CEO members of The Business Roundtable and the former chairman of its Task Force on Education and the Workforce. He is one of nine chief executives who steer The Technology CEO Council, the IT industry’s leading public policy advocacy organization, and is a member of the Executive Committee of TechNet, a network of CEOs who work to advance the U.S.’s global leadership in innovation. In addition, Tucci is a member of the Board of Directors of Paychex, Inc.; a member of the Board of Advisors of the Carroll School of Management at Boston College; a member of the Board of Trustees of Northeastern University; a member of the Board of Overseers, Columbia Business School; a member of the Advisory Board of Tsinghua University, in Beijing, China; and an Overseer of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

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David I. Goulden is Chief Executive Officer of EMC Information Infrastructure, one of the businesses in the EMC Federation that also includes VMware and Pivotal. Goulden is an 11-year EMC veteran, who has operated as EMC Corporation’s Chief Financial Officer for seven years. His 33-year career in the IT industry includes experience as a general manager with P&L responsibility for global businesses and as a leader of EMC global sales, services, marketing and business development. Goulden has been a key leader in making M&A a core competency at EMC, by playing a major role in more than 70 acquisitions since 2003 as well as business model innovations such as the corporate structure of EMC majority-owned VMware and the formation of VCE, EMC’s joint venture with Cisco, supported by investments from VMware and Intel. Goulden joined EMC in July 2002 from Getronics, a global IT services provider.

There, he was a member of the Board of Management, President and Chief Operating Officer, responsible for operations in the Americas and Asia Pacific, a role he assumed after Getronics acquired Wang Global in June 1999. Prior to the acquisition, Goulden served a decade with Wang, as president of Wang Global’s U.S. Operations in 1999, as senior vice president for Marketing and Corporate Development directing the company’s worldwide go-to-market strategy since 1997, and as the leader of the acquisition team for the 1998 purchase of Olsy, the former worldwide services and solutions subsidiary of Olivetti, which more than doubled Wang’s size, when the company became known as Wang Global. Prior to joining Wang in 1990, he was at Unisys for 10 years in a series of international sales and marketing positions. Goulden holds a bachelor’s degree in Physics from Durham University, England, and an Executive MBA from Cranfield School of Management, England.


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Elias is a strong supporter of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, whose advocacy and opinion has been published in Forbes, U.S. News & World Report, and other influential publications.

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Vic Bhagat, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer, joined EMC in January 2013 to lead EMC’s Information Technology, Global Centers of Excellence, Global Business Services and Indirect Procurement organizations. Together, Bhagat and his global, unified team are responsible for evolving to a more elastic and contemporary IT organization; providing the services and support to enable EMC to optimize enterprise processes; and driving agility, growth, innovation, and revenue generation for EMC. Prior to joining EMC, Bhagat spent more than 20 years as CIO for multiple GE organizations including GE Aviation Services, GE Global Growth and Operations, CNBC, GE Corporate, and GE India and Southeast Asia. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Information Management and Marketing from the University of Louisville and a diploma in Physics and Mathematics from Agra University in India.


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Deal Daly has served as senior director of web operations at Ancestry.com, the world’s largest online family history resource, since October 2011. Mr. Daly has built a portfolio of solid experience in infrastructure, data center, and web operations, managing more than 40 data centers throughout his career. At Ancestry.com, he currently is responsible for servers, storage, database, and network and security in addition to disaster recovery and corporate business continuity planning. Prior to joining Ancestry.com, he was director of infrastructure and data center operations at Intuit and was responsible for eight data centers, servers, storage, database, service delivery and service operations. Prior to Intuit, Mr. Daly was senior director of M&A IT and operations integrations at LexisNexis for more than nine years, where he was responsible for 120 staff members covering all IT disciplines. Mr. Daly has also held notable positions at MetLife, Bertelsmann, and Bay Ridge Partners. He studied physics, math, and music composition at City University of New YorkHerbert H. Lehman College, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree.

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Since joining Molina in 2011, Marivi has been managing an Enterprise Infrastructure team that includes Server, Storage, and Backup Engineering, Network Services, Database Engineering and Administration, Desktop Support, Asset Management, Disaster Recovery, Collaboration Services, Data Center Operations, Network Operations Center, Enterprise Tools Management, Infrastructure Service Delivery Management, and ERP Infrastructure Administration. Today, Marivi leads the transformation of EIS into a service-based organization – Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) – covering all aspects of service design, delivery, and operations.

Prior to joining Molina, Marivi served as an Executive Director for Sony Pictures Entertainment, MGM Studios, and Paramount Pictures.


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Most recently Paul was head of Enterprise Business Applications at VMware, responsible for the $120 million dollar annual budget and 320+ global resources providing enterprise application services for more than 14,000 global users of VMware’s business applications, including program delivery, architecture, business systems analysis, software engineering, quality assurance, business intelligence, master data management, mobility and cloud transformation.

Paul has more than 25 years of IT experience with particular expertise in rapid growth companies. He is experienced in all areas of IT management, including global service delivery, applications development, quality assurance, support, IT operations, strategy and transformation. He has a track record of accomplishments founded on a business client focus, strong team-building and solid program management disciplines.

Paul has previously held roles at Affymetrix, Sun Microsystems, AT&T and NCR. He holds a BS in Computer Science from Filton Technical College in the UK and is CPIM certified.

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Mr. Turner has a strong CIO-supported background in the technology requirements of the finance and banking communities. Finally, Mr. Turner is frequently quoted in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today, and Financial Times as well as commenting on technology showcases for CNBC, CNNfn, and international media outlets.


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Mike’s wealth of experience in providing technology leadership and innovation spans a variety of industries including telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, and retail. He has worked in large global multi-national organizations scaling global information technology systems and processes across business units and platforms as well as leading startups in mobile telephony and speech recognition.

Prior to Apollo Group, Mike was a Senior Vice President at Ann Inc., a nationwide women’s specialty retailer with about 1,000 stores across the United States and Puerto Rico. At Ann, he led major information technology and systems changes to improve the company’s profitability, operational excellence, and reduced cost and risk. He directed the technology platform for online services and customer relationship management, including full-scale multichannel retailing and technology innovations to enhance Ann’s client experience in-store and online.

Prior to Ann, Mike was executive director of Global Infrastructure and Engineering at Merck and Company. In this role, he led engineering and implementation of technology services for one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies. He worked across multiple global and business areas to provide scalable technology and information systems to support Merck’s business operations.

Mike’s background also includes extensive mobility and speech recognition work, including serving as Vice President of Business Development for startup SandCherry, Inc. He started his career as an electronic engineer at AT&T Bell Laboratories, where he focused on carrier transmission systems, computer aided design, and engineering and mobility platforms and services for AT&T and Lucent Technologies customers worldwide.

Mike holds an M.S.E.E. degree from Columbia University in the City of New York and a B.S.E.E. from Monmouth University in West Long Branch, N.J. He holds one U.S. patent and has several pending.

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Michael has responsibility for all information systems at Enstone, incorporating factorybased design, simulation, and manufacturing and trackside performance systems. His responsibilities range from determining strategic direction within the team’s technology infrastructure, to both managing existing and developing new IT-related partnerships. Recent major projects within this remit include the team’s Microsoft Dynamics AX transformation—a major IT data center transformation incorporating network and server / storage infrastructure alongside Technical Partners Juniper and EMC—in addition to the team’s movement towards cloud computing.

A BCS member with numerous industry professional qualifications, Michael describes himself as a “technological dreamer” and enjoys food, socializing, and all sports (both playing and watching).


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Coviello is responsible for RSA’s strategy and overall operations as it delivers EMC’s global vision of information-centric security. He was Chief Executive Officer of RSA Security, Inc.

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