Tom Suder, President of Mobilegov, is hosting two more summits this summer, including the Federal IT and Network Services Summit and the Federal Mobile Computing Summit. Both events will take place at the Ronald Regan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C. The IT and Network Services Summit taking place June 20th and the Mobile Computing Summit will be held July 9th.
The Federal Mobile Computing Summit will look at the convergence of Mobility, Cloud, Big Data and other technologies within the government. It will also examine innovative procurement techniques and the challenges of incorporating new technology into the enterprise.
The Mobile Computing Summit will examine the post-Digital Government Strategy landscape, and look at how agencies have actually implemented mobility within their organizations. It will also examine the next generation of mobile technology and what lies ahead in Mobile Government.
The host organization for all three events is the Advanced Mobility Academic Research Center (AMARC).
For more information about the IT and Network Services Summit, click here.
For more information about the Mobile Computing Summit, click here.
The Federal Cloud Computing Summit, held on May 30th, examined how agencies have implemented Cloud solutions within their organizations. It also looked at the Cloud broker model and examined the future of Cloud within the government. Read our recap here.