Posts Tagged: keynote

Looking for Purpose? Look No Further

It’s that time of year again! The next two days we’ll be blogging from GovLoop and YGL’s Next Generation of Government Training Summit. Follow along @NextGenGov and read more blog posts here. “I recently spoke at a conference and was asked to speak about how to make government sexy again…and I can tell by looking… Read more »

Your Next Utility Bill? Cloud Computing

Okay, it’s time to pay the monthly service bills. Water? Check. Power? Check. Cloud computing? Check. The cloud is fundamentally changing our relationship to IT, transforming what used to be characterized by the purchase of expensive hardware and software to a utility-type model of pay-as-you-go consumption. This change is taking place at home – we… Read more »

Mobile is Changing the Nature of Public Service

Dr. David Bray, Chief Information Officer of the FCC, speaking to Wednesday’s crowd. Mobile technology is filled with potential. It has the capacity to radically increase organizational response time, interconnectedness, and access to information. But there’s a flip side: it also has the capability to severely undermine privacy and security measures. The impulse, then, may… Read more »

EXCEL 2012 UPDATE: Keynote and Plenary Speakers on 7/31-8/1

*** EEOC EXCEL UPDATE *** CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER CARLOS MUÑOS and EEOC CHAIR JACQUELINE BERRIEN will speak at EXCEL 2012 on July 31. EEOC Commissioner Chai Feldblum will speak at Federal Sector Training Event on August 1. http://eeotraining.eeoc.gov/viewpage.aspx?ID=df38df67-1b6b-4297-bf43-7ad46a27b84d (REGISTER) Carlos Muños, Jr., a central figure in the struggles for civil and human rights and a… Read more »

How-To: Give Your Next Keynote Slideshow From Your iPhone

When I go to conferences where I’m presenting, I typically give my presentations using Keynote on the Mac. What I don’t like is not having a remote device to control my presentation and I don’t feel like going out and spending too much money on one…even if my work would pay for it. However, a… Read more »