Kaseya Connect presenters include top experts in IT systems management worldwide.
Brian Dagan works extensively with Kaseya’s tools to automate and streamline processes for discovery, onboarding, automatic remediation & support of north of 7,300 endpoints. Additionally, he’s responsible for evaluating & implementing new technologies to better equip & assist CWPS Engineers with day-to-day support, projects, reports, and rollout of new technology initiatives.
A software industry veteran, Yogesh Gupta is the CEO of Kaseya, the world leading IT Management software provider for MSPs and mid-market enterprises. Yogesh has over two decades of experience in product development, marketing, strategy, planning and business development.
Previously Yogesh was the CEO of FatWire Software, which was sold to Oracle after 4 years of significant revenue growth. Prior to FatWire, he held increasingly responsible senior management roles at CA (NYSE: CA) where he was Chief Technology Officer for over five years and, in 2004, was selected by InfoWorld as one of the 25 most influential CTO’s worldwide. As CTO he delivered double-digit annual revenue growth of a multi-billion dollar portfolio. He also led the acquisition of three public and fifteen private companies over a two-and-a-half year period.
A recognized expert in emerging technologies and industry trends, he is a published author and much sought-after Speaker who regularly presents to audiences ranging from CIOs to CTOs, to industry analysts, financial investors and the media.
Mr. Gupta holds a patent in the field of neural networks, has a Bachelors degree in Electronics Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, and a Masters degree in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin.
Prakash brings 20 years of technology industry experience and success to Kaseya, including building enterprise software and delivering market-leading cloud collaboration solutions.
In 2006, Prakash co-founded dimdim Inc., a web-based platform that let users host or attend live online meetings, demos and webinars, and served as its Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President of Product Development. He was responsible for overseeing the dimdim technology roadmap and leading the engineering team. Dimdim was acquired by Salesforce in 2011 where he became their SVP of Engineering for the Collaboration Cloud platform.
Previously, Mr. Khot led the CA RFID Group in the Office of Chief Technology Officer. He joined CA in 2001 upon its acquisition of Boston-based AIM, Inc. which he co-founded and served as Chief Technology Officer. AIM built the industry's first monitoring and management product for J2EE eCommerce and app servers.
As EVP of Product Management, Don is responsible for leading product strategy and direction for the Kaseya family of products. Don has extensive experience in product management, engineering, marketing, and architecture programs for both SaaS and on-premise enterprise solutions, with over 30 years of experience in the enterprise software industry.
Prior to Kaseya, Don was SVP of Engineering / Distinguished Engineer and SVP Technology Strategy at CA Technologies, where he was responsible for product direction and development for a wide breadth of CA’s products. He has extensive experience in infrastructure, service assurance, process automation, Web services, database, application development, and business applications.
Don holds a patent on a Unified Service Model, and has earned a bachelor's and a master's degree in business administration with a concentration in technology from Boston University.
Mike Walsh advises some of the world's leading brands and corporations on what's coming next in their industry. Author of the best seller FUTURETAINMENT, he is a leading authority on the intersection of emerging technologies, consumer behavior and fast growth markets. Constantly traveling the world for the best ideas, he distils the most relevant insights into tailored keynotes that allow any audience to future, Walsh focuses on the next five years—scanning the near horizon for disruptive technologies and consumer innovations on the verge of hitting critical mass—then translating these into usable business strategies. Publisher of the Disruptive Future blog read by thousands of professionals in the media and entertainment space, Walsh's unique insights and operating experience in emerging markets regarding breakthrough innovation and business transformation, makes him an expert on the growing influence of consumers in BRIC countries. Walsh’s new book, The Divergence (published 2012), charts the rise of online consumers in these emerging markets and shows that tomorrow's Web will be radically different to conventional Western models requiring entirely new engagement strategies. His views have appeared in a wide range of international publications including BusinessWeek, Forbes and Wallpaper magazine.