October 5, 2010
Date: Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Time: 11:00AM PDT / 2:00PM EDT
Duration: 1 Hour
Date: October 5, 2010
Time: 2:00 PM (EST)/11:00 AM (PST)
Today’s citizen covers more ground at a faster pace than ever before. New pressures like the 24/7 news cycle, a highly mobile population, and instant social networking have raised citizen expectations. Government services that take 48 to 72 hours to recover from a downtime event, no matter what the cause or calamity, are simply unacceptable.
The public also expects to be able to interact with government anywhere and everywhere they choose to travel. Rural broadband initiatives have become a priority, and we see renewed demands for universal access to the Internet. Can government find a cost effective strategy to achieve both zero downtime and 100% geographic coverage?
Join Government Technology and the Center for Digital Government for a live, interactive webinar on this important topic. You will learn:
- Cost effective strategies for connecting mobile government workers, especially in parks management, law enforcement, and building code enforcement
- How digital signage networks save lives and support service delivery
- Why 48-hour recovery is not enough – and how to achieve zero downtime
- Why a robust and cost-effective network combines land-based and satellite capabilities
- How your jurisdiction can attract grant funding for rural broadband initiatives
Register now to join the Center for Digital Government and Government Technology for this interactive live webinar. The topic couldn’t be timelier for public officials at all levels.
Center for Digital Government
Assistant Vice President for Government Solutions, Hughes