October 9, 2012

Date: Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Time: 11:00AM PDT / 2:00PM EDT
Duration: 1 Hour

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Whether you have a small or a large network shop, you know that your constituents, employees, and systems are getting more connected every day. From pulling cables to installing VoIP to lighting up mega-bandwidth connections to Internet 2, we all have plenty of work to do to keep up.

Tennessee and Ohio have done just that, and more. Join your colleagues Lynne Questell, Executive Director or the Tennessee Emergency Communications Board, and John Conley, Chief of P-20 Educational Technology for the Ohio Board of Regents, to hear their unique stories.

While Tennessee and Ohio may have deployed different applications than your organization is planning, having a stable and robust network is always critical. We’ll show you how to get there.

SPECIAL EVENT – LAUNCHING A NEW RESEARCH REPORT

In addition to these two excellent case studies, the Center for Digital Government and Public CIO magazine have released a current and comprehensive special report that profiles all of the top network initiatives in the nation. This webinar will provide critical insights from our hot-off-the-presses analysis. You will be able to:

  • Go behind the pages of the special report to hear trends and insights in network management
  • Learn from your peers across government – in small and large jurisdictions
  • Hear two live cases studies representing the best and brightest in government networks
  • Ask questions that go “behind the pages” of the special report
     

 

Moderator:

John Miri
Editor-in-Chief
Center for Digital Government


Speakers:

Lynn Questell
Executive Director
Tennessee Emergency Communications Board

John Conley
Chief of P-20 Educational Technology
Ohio Board of Regents

 

For questions or details, contact:

Jennifer Caldwell
Government Technology
800-940-6039 ext. 1345
jcaldwell@govtech.com 

 

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