Date(s) - August 13, 2014
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Ronald Reagan Building
The conversation about IT in Federal agencies has changed. Defending the status quo is out, enabling change is in – except when it comes to the network. While Federal IT as a whole is changing at lightning speed, Federal networks are not.
To date, the conversation about networks remains focused on squeezing more out of the old, rather than harnessing the new. Networks are at the heart of IT, but on the edges of agency modernization.
No longer. The 2014 Federal Forum will explore how agencies can change the network conversation. New network architectures that unleash the value of IT. New financial approaches to get vastly more value from current-year budgets. New technologies that adapt and enable rather than consume and frustrate.