Thomas Gilley is an entrepreneur, hands on technologist and innovator in the area of mobile technologies, digital media, internet of things and social media. Gilley gained corporate product management experience at Apple Computer, as an Engineer and R&D manager in the Advance Technology Group. Before and after Apple, Gilley founded several successful companies, including Meeting Technologies, a social computing company; FutureTel, the first MPEG video broadcast equipment provider, MPEG2, a chip company, and PicoStar, an incubator – technology investment company. While at PicoStar, Gilley was the founding CTO for Cobalt Networks which subsequently was acquired by Sun Microsystems for two billion dollars. Mr. Gilley, serves as an advisor for the New Jersey Institute of Technology, a public Research University, and InterDigital Communications, developers of wireless technologies for mobile devices and networks. Gilley also served as a strategic advisor for Compass Advisers, providing guidance for mergers, acquisitions and investments for public companies and private equity firms in the areas of security systems, enterprise software, and media, mobile and wireless. Most recently, Gilley sold his on-demand web media company to Vignette and acted as CTO throughout the transaction and through the company’s ultimate acquisition by OpenText.