Christopher Clark is President of Fiberlink and is responsible for sales and operations of the business. Fiberlink has built and is the leader in cloud-based, software as a service endpoint management which enables smartphones, tablets, and laptops in the enterprise from a single system. Named by Network World as the Clear Choice Test winner for mobile device management solutions and honored with the 2012 Global Mobile Award for “Best Enterprise Mobile Service” at Mobile World Congress, MaaS360 is used to manage and secure more than one million endpoints globally.
Christopher is on the Board of Directors of Neat Company which is a very fast growing digital filing cabinet business model for consumer and SMB markets. In addition, Christopher serves on the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
Christopher’s previous position was CEO and board member of a tier-one, private venture start-up in a turn-around situation where he delivered continuous revenue growth and cost reductions while securing significant progress in channels (e.g. IBM, Federal Government) and penetration of F500 global accounts. Christopher has also held executive management positions at Sprint Corporation, Unisys Corporation, Schering Plough Corporation and a United States government agency.
Christopher holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Temple University and an MBA from New York University.
Cloud Computing and Mobility
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