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Mike Reed - MobileIron. Austin, Texas, TX, US

Mike Reed

Technical Evangelist | MobileIron

Austin, Texas, TX, UNITED STATES

Technology Evangelist at MobileIron



I bring both technical expertise and critical thinking/problem solving skills to bear on any task. Focusing primarily on training and customer education through technical marketing, I work to make current employees more productive, and customers more satisfied.

Industry Expertise (3)

Computer/Network Security


Information Technology and Services

Areas of Expertise (3)


Mobile Security


Education (4)

Texas Academy of Math and Science: Honors Diploma 1992

Early admissions in-residence college program for specially selected high school students through the University of North Texas. Concurrent college credit and high-school diploma earned while taking traditional on-campus college coursework.

Midwestern State University: Bachelor's Degree, Applied Arts and Sciences 2007

Graduated Summa Cum Laude

North Harris College: A.A.S., Paramedic Technology 2001

Graduated Magna Cum Laude

Tarleton State University: M. S., Management & Leadership 2009

Affiliations (2)

  • TAMS Alumni Association
  • Microsoft Alumni (MSANet)

Event Appearances (9)

Lessons Learned from the First Generation of Mobile Apps

Technology Association of Georgia  Atlanta, GA


Configuring and Troubleshooting Active Directory Integration

Macworld 2011  San Francisco, CA


iOS 5 - Mobile Security Update

DPI Breakfast Briefing  St. Louis, MO


Mobile Security Discussion Panelist

MDM, A Necessary Evil  Fort Worth, TX


MobileIron: The MobileIT Platform

PC Mall Secure Mobility Summit  Los Angeles, CA


Understanding Mobile Security for Healthcare

Gateway Chapter - HIMSS  St Louis, MO


Architecting SharePoint for Mobile Device Access

TechFuse  Minneapolis, MN


Panel Discussion: BYOD Initiatives

TASSCCC: TEC 2013  Austin, TX


The BYOD Trust Gap

Security Leader's Summit  Houston, TX


Sample Talks (1)

BYOD Trust Gap

A successful BYOD program is built on trust. However, most employees do not trust their employers with personal data. This is the Trust Gap, and it leads to rogue devices, legal and security risk, user dissatisfaction, and lack of support for IT-sponsored initiatives. It is a complex topic, and companies have struggled to develop a set of practical guidelines to address mobile privacy effectively, especially for BYOD deployments. Join us to: • Learn what your employees really think you are doing with their mobile data • Establish communications programs to address confusion about data visibility and handling • Implement privacy best practices to support a more successful and secure BYOD program



  • Keynote
  • Moderator
  • Panelist
  • Corporate Training


0 to 5000 *Will consider certain engagements for no fee