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Keynotes

   

Linda Cureton

Chief Information Officer

National Aeronautics and Space Administration 

   
   

- Robert Carey

Principal Deputy Chief Information Officer

US Department of Defense

- Debora Plunkett

Information Assurance Director

National Security Agency

  Dawn Meyerriecks 
Assistant Director for Acquisition, Technology, and Facilities
Office of the Director of National Intelligence
     
   
Peter Doolan
Group Vice President & Chief Technologist
Oracle Public Software, Oracle USA
 

 

Vendor Theater

Zulfikar Ramzan

Chief Scientist, Cloud Technology

Group Sourcefire Inc.

Kevin Kelly
Chief Executive Officer
LGS Innovations
Matt Hurr
Senior Director, Product Management
Centrify
     
   

Rob Burton
Partner, Legislative and Government Affairs
Venable

Bradley Nix
Director, Information Security Office
Food and Nutrition Service, Department of Agriculture

Christopher O'Connell
Vice President of Federal Sales
Appian

   

Event Information

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Cloud computing is forcing a change in government IT architectures, and newly released strategies for digital government and shared services will require agencies to use cloud computing and virtualization technologies. As CIOs strive to cut costs and improve performance, cloud technology is a compelling approach and can be purchased using operation and management funds rather than traditional, lengthy contract processes. Still, there are concerns about controls over data, security, and reliability. This conference offers technology insight and best practices for planning, implementing, and reaping the benefits of cloud computing.


Track 1: Planning for and Acquiring Cloud Solutions

Experience is the best teacher, and with many agencies already reaping the benefits of cloud services, IT organizations can learn from the challenges and triumphs of their efforts. From choosing the right service providers and addressing architecture issues to updating workforce skills and understanding budget implications, sessions in this track are packed with case studies and lessons learned. 

Track 2: Implementing Cloud Solutions – Insight and Experience

This track will provide working examples of government use of Software as a Service, Platform as a Service, and Infrastructure as a Service.  Sessions will highlight the role of government program and contracting offices, systems integrators, and technology providers.


Webcast Event Contact
Pat Cleveland
TV Worldwide.com Inc.
Pat@tvworldwide.com

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(703) 961-9250 Ext. 235