Organizations of all sizes are evaluating their operations to become more efficient, flexible, and drive business value. This is at the same time the consumers of our services are demanding quicker service, convenience, and meet them where they are. Wireless WAN is a technology that can bring an organization closer to this joint vision. Adjusting the perception of what a network is and how it should be put assembled is broken with the cellular technologies like LTE and 5G.
Breaking the traditional concept of a corporate network gives organizations the freedom to innovate on their services. Learn how this groundbreaking technology can open possibilities that were not available under the traditional wired environments. See how one organization, Henley Enterprises, has embraced the Wireless WAN to move their organization forward.
Robert Reeder is an innovative IT executive with more than 35 years of leadership experience in software development, systems architecture and operations, and security governance. Robert is currently VP, Technology and CIO for Henley Enterprises which owns 220+ Valvoline Instant Oil Change locations in 10 states. In 2013, Boston Business Journal/Mass High Tech selected Robert as CIO of the year in the Enterprise category. As a Star Trek fan, Robert may have been more excited about the category than the award! Robert has a degree from Dartmouth College in Computer Science and Cognitive Psychology and holds a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) certification. He is a recipient of the Right Stuff award from NASA Space Academy for leadership, teamwork, and technology.
James Weaver is the Director of Product Marketing Manager at Cradlepoint. With 25+ years of technology experience, James’ analytical-creative approach to marketing has earned him notable awards including the Presidential Award of Excellence, the Gold Award of Distinction, and the Gold Effie Award from the American Marketing Association.
Prior to Cradlepoint, James held finance, marketing and product marketing roles at Nortel and Avaya. James has a finance degree from Weber State University and an MBA in Marketing from Vanderbilt University. When not at work, James enjoys outdoor recreational sports and is proud of the fact that he has only had to call search and rescue once.