Learn about Cloud Computing from Fed 100 Winners!

Join us for the Fed 100 Master Class on Cloud Computing – an exclusive FREE educational event from Federal Computer Week. In this seminar, you'll learn from the Fed 100 Winners and experts who wrote the book on cloud-computing in the federal government. From starting the first cloud in the DoD, to launching the first public cloud in government, they’ve earned their knowledge through experience.

Featuring 2011 Federal 100 Winners:


Donna Dodson Shawn Kingsberry Bajinder Paul Alfred Rivera

Donna Dodson 
Chief, Computer Security Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Department of Commerce

Shawn Kingsberry
Chief Information Officer and Director, Office of Information Technology, Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board

Bajinder Paul
Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of Citizen Services
and Innovative Technologies, General Services Administration

Alfred Rivera
Director, Computing Services Directorate, Defense
Information Security Agency


Attend this free seminar to learn:

  • How to establish the right cloud computing model and vehicle for your agency
  • How to effectively move a cloud computing implementation through a large department or agency
  • The benefits and drawbacks to public vs. private cloud-computing
  • The current state of cybersecurity in the cloud
  • How agencies are using cloud computing not only to replace old services, but solve new problems

 

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FED 100 MASTER CLASS
on CLOUD COMPUTING

WHEN:
Wednesday, January 25
8:00 – 10:45 am

WHERE:
National Press Club
Washington, DC

COST:
Complimentary



PRESENTED BY:



SPONSORED BY:

Northrop Grumman