Managing Mobile Devices, Cloud Computing, Cyber Security are Central Themes for 2012 Arkansas Digital Government Summit
Arkansas strives to lead the nation in leveraging technology to generate initiatives that expand citizen access to public information and services. In perpetuating the strategies that increase government efficiency and advance the delivery of public services to Arkansans, Arkansas Chief Technology Officer Claire Bailey in partnership with Government Technology Magazine, and e.Republic, Inc., is organizing the 2012 Arkansas Digital Government Summit.
“As we look to the future of continuing our online, mobile, consumer driven digital state, the Arkansas Digital Government Summit provides the opportunity to share ideas, build collaboration, and envision the next generation of technologies together. The 2012 summit will help further strengthen partnerships that realize the transformational value of IT in finding innovating and cost effective solutions to improve services and efficiencies across all aspects of government,” Bailey said.
The event is designed for and about state and local government with the overall goal of fostering discussion and dialogue and educating participants with regard to the use of IT as a strategic tool and will cover a wide range of topics such as:
- Technology Convergence (Unified Communications)
- Bringing Clouds Down to Earth
- Mobile Device Management
- Identity Management & Cyber Security
- Workplace of the Future
Thu, October 4, 2012