Brad Anderson is the Corporate Vice President of the Enterprise Mobility team. This organization is focused on supporting a modern workforce that operates in a world of continuously connected devices. The Enterprise Mobility team is a key pillar of Microsoft’s Mobile-First, Cloud-First focus.
As a part of this organization’s ambitious charter, Brad leads the effort to enable enterprises to be productive on the devices they love, while keeping the company secure. A major part of the organization’s function is to innovate and create the solutions that deliver a rich and consistent set of experience for users across all the devices they use.
The Enterprise Mobility team incorporates a broad range of assets and products from across Microsoft, including Windows Server, System Center, Microsoft Azure, Office 365, Microsoft Azure RemoteApp, Active Directory, Azure Active Directory, Remote Desktop Services, and security. The mobility team is a major driver of Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility Suite.
Brad’s organization prides itself on being customer focused, data-driven, and constantly improving its agility and velocity.
Since joining Microsoft in 2003, Anderson has had many significant accomplishments, such as functioning as the Corporate Vice President of Program Management for the Windows Server & System Center business, leading the System Center product team on a path of continual growth in market share, and supporting the innovation of virtualized and online management technologies.
His passion for technology and business intelligence has been instrumental in forming strategic partnerships with customers throughout the tech industry, and Brad has driven a number of strategic acquisitions during his time with the company.
Prior to Microsoft, Anderson spent 12 years at Novell, most recently serving as Vice President and General Manager of the ZENWorks product line.
Anderson graduated Magna Cum Laude in Design Engineering Technology, and graduated with honors with an MBA, both from Brigham Young University. Outside of work, Anderson enjoys spending time with his wife Kim and their five children.