Since co-founding VMware in 1998, Diane Greene has managed VMware through every level of change to become one of the hottest technology leaders. Before making VMware one of the most talked about IPOs of 2007, Diane managed the growing enterprise to develop the unproven technology, find broad enterprise demand, compete against (and surpass) IBM, and work within a much larger corporation since being acquired by EMC in 2004. Learn how she has maintained growth through incredible change and plans to continue to define the still growing market for virtualization with new resources and against bigger competitors.
After 25 years as an software and computer entrepreneur, Moss has shifted his focus to include using technology to address pressing social issues andto improve quality of life for people worldwide. His work with Infinity Pharmaceuticals and the System Biology Department at Harvard Medical School has given allows him to influence someone of the world's critical social issues for health care while using the technology advantages he helped pioneer. At the MIT Media Lab Moss has expanded on the tradition of building the digital lifestyle andto leads multiple efforts to create a global connected digital society to enhance people's physical, cognitive, and social capabilities.
Chris leads alternative access and related product development including 700MHz spectrum initiatives, the Google technology facility in The Dalles, OR and Google's support of municipal WiFi networks. Before joining Google, Chris was an executive at digital media distribution Speedera Networks (acquired by Akamai Technologies), and was an attorney with the Silicon Valley law firm of Fenwick & West where he handled venture capital, mergers & acquisitions, and licensing transactions for technology clients such as Macromedia, VeriSign, Excite@Home, and Kleiner Perkins.