11AM PT, 2PM ET
Today's challenging environment has placed unprecedented demands on state and local government agencies, and on the technology teams working to support them. Mainframes are relied upon to provide many critical government services, but attracting and retaining mainframe talent is a key challenge. Sound approaches are needed to help IT organizations provide the high service levels demanded today while continuing to grow their skills for tomorrow.
Join us on June 12 at 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET as Teri Takai, former CIO for the States of Michigan and California; Roger Gibson, Chief Operating Officer, Office of Information Technology for the State of New Jersey; and Deb Carbo, Director, Mainframe Product Management for Broadcom discuss creative solutions for growing the pipeline of mainframe talent in the face of ongoing retirements and a resulting skills gap in the market.
Register now to:
• Hear Roger Gibson, Chief Operating Officer, Office of Information Technology for the State of New Jersey, describe how his state is addressing operational and infrastructure challenges
• Identify untapped and underutilized pools of potential mainframe talent
• Discover new open source technologies that help you expand your talent pool beyond just those with traditional mainframe skills
• Learn how groundbreaking education initiatives such as Broadcom’s Vitality program have created a new paradigm for partnership that accelerates training and development of new mainframe engineers and operators