From the election season to the fiscal cliff, it’s been a hectic and challenging time for those of us working in Washington. While technology isn't a panacea for all of Government’s challenges, we’re facing an unprecedented opportunity to transform how we connect, communicate and collaborate within Federal agencies and with constituents.
On April 17th, leading Federal IT executives and the Box leadership team will gather to discuss the technology trends and transitions impacting today’s workforce including mobility/BYOD, the impact of the cloud and how to align strategies for information sharing with security requirements. If you’re chartered with modernizing your agency’s operations, while reducing costs, be sure to register for the Federal Box World Tour at the Newseum today.
Through executive keynotes, roundtables and networking, you’ll hear best practices and lessons learned around migrating from legacy applications and processes to innovative cloud applications and services. From event speakers you’ll learn:
- How one agency is eliminating the cost and overhead associated with multiple TBs of file server infrastructure, while improving the flow of content associated with millions of grant dollars.
- How agencies are reinventing the way field inspectors and service representatives access information – anywhere, on any device – securely.
- How certain Federal educational entities are leveraging the secure cloud to manage and deliver curriculum content for mobile consumption.
You can view the full agenda for the Federal BoxWorld Tour online here. Be sure to register today, and join us for thought provoking discussions on what the secure cloud means to Government.
We look forward to seeing you!