These are the technology events we are tracking at CTOvision.com, either because we plan on attending and reporting on these events, or because we are speaking at them, or because we thought they would be of high enough interest to our readers to warrant their inclusion here. The up to date list can be found here: http://ctovision.com/cto-events/
As you can imagine, this is heavy on events associated with topics we report on, including Big Data, Cloud Computing, Mobility and Cyber Security.
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Hello, This week we will address the desired state of software assets, specifically the difference between managed and authorized software. Attackers continually scan for software they can gain control of and exploit in order to access other devices, accounts, and data. If an organization is not aware of all the software running on their network,… Read more »
I wanted to throw this out to the GovLoop crowd…Our new Federal Special Interest Group which is just gearing up is being sponsored by AIIM, but it’s really a collaboration of feds. Click for background here – http://community.aiim.org/blogs/mark-patrick/2016/01/22/what-is-this-u-s-federal-special-interest-group-fedsig. We’re excited to have the CIO for the FCC, Dr. David Bray with us this month for… Read more »
A new survey from the Public Service Research Panel (PSRPanel.org) finds that 55% of public and nonprofit sector workers are currently involved in “some”, “a lot” or “a little” extent in public private partnerships, while 45% say they are “not at all” involved. In the survey, 159 people participated through the PSRPanel.org, an online academic… Read more »