Learn how Ivanti Momentum User Groups (IMUG) deliver value to both you and your organisation through collaboration, sharing and networking with other UEM Mobile Core (EPMM) users. What does a user group look like, what and who is it for and would you like one for your community? Also, find out why customer Community Leaders play a pivotal role in our growing Ivanti User Community.
What’s the latest from the UEM Mobile world? What does the future look like? See and hear the Ivanti Product team deliver the latest and greatest from the world of Ivanti UEM Mobile technology, as well as a look into what else is coming in 2022. Of course a user group meeting wouldn’t be a user group meeting without your questions and the team will answer as many as possible.
Vice President of Product Management, Security
Sr. Director, Product Management
Chris Goettl is the Vice President of Product Management for security products at Ivanti. Chris has over 15 years of experience working in IT, where he supports and implements security solutions for Ivanti customers and guides the security strategy and vision for Ivanti security products. He is also a security evangelist speaking at security events globally where he gives guidance around modern cyber threats and how to combat them effectively. Chris hosts a monthly webinar focusing on Patch Tuesday and security vulnerabilities, and frequently blogs about security topics. You can find bylines and commentary from Chris in notable security news sources like SC Magazine, Redmond Magazine, ComputerWorld, ThreatPost, Help Net Security, and more.
Rex McMillan is a Senior Director of product management at Ivanti, where he focuses on delivering solutions for IT professionals. He has over 15 years of experience in the market. With an emphasis on customer needs, his team bridge the gap between IT professionals and the engineers who create IT software, solving today and tomorrow’s challenges with innovative solutions. When he’s not solving or discussing the challenges facing IT, he may be found roaming the family ranch or tinkering in his “little shed” in the backyard.