Cloud Computing CONFERENCE & EXPO

December 13, 2018

Conference: Cloud Computing Conference 2017

 

Overview:

Cloud Computing continues to grow in importance in the public sector. Agency personnel responsible for developing and implementing cloud-based solutions — for implementing data center consolidation and other technology efficiencies — continue to look for opportunities to learn about the best technologies, configurations, service and deployment models and appropriate mix of cloud services — based on their government agency requirements.

Digital Government Institute’s 12th Government Cloud Computing and Data Center Conference — which is free for government attendees — will review the variety of platforms and solutions available, highlight the federal government success stories, and provide a roadmap of how those responsible for implementing cloud-based technologies can evaluate the options and choose the best solutions for their agency.

Check out the latest agenda .

 

View photos from our 2017 conference here . 

ATTENDEE FEEDBACK:

  • “Great Presenters with wealth of information!”
  • “The selection of the content was great and the deliverance was excellent.”
  • “I enjoyed the speakers with different backgrounds and sharing their experiences in cloud computing/security.”
  • “Listening to the speakers and networking were of most value to me as an attendee.”
  • “I appreciated the vendors information provided on Cloud and Cloud Security.”
  • “I enjoyed meeting other professionals in my field.”

Register 

By December 7
Government*: FREE
Industry: $295

After December 7
Government*: FREE
Industry: $395

* Includes contractors with valid government email and photo ID.

AGENDA

Location:

Ronald Reagan Building

1300 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, DC

The Federal Triangle metro stop (orange/blue/silver lines) is located on site.

 Click here for directions

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