NASCIO Midyear Brings Data to Life

An afternoon session got participants moving to weigh in on AI, key traits for a CIO and digital transformation.

by , / April 23, 2018
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BALTIMORE — Texas CIO Todd Kimbriel emceed an active afternoon session in which attendees of the NASCIO Midyear conference aligned themselves with different colored flags in corners of a ballroom to indicate their point of view on a series of questions. Meant to jolt conference-goers out of the traditional afternoon meeting slump, results (as indicated in photo captions above) seemed to validate surveys conducted by NASCIO itself as well as other organizations with a finger on the pulse of tech in state government. 
 

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