As of December 2012, nearly half of all Americans own a smartphone, and these users are pressing their employers to adopt Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) policies for personal and professional convenience. Given these conditions, what must Federal Government technologists and policymakers do to address operational and legal considerations for broader mobile technology adoption?
This dialogue explains what agencies are doing to become more agile, flexible, and mobile, while maintaining regulatory and security standards conceived originally for more traditional computing architectures.
Featuring Keynote Speakers:
Captain Michael Dickey
Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Command Control Communications and IT Service Center
(C4ITSC-TIS/CO), U.S. Coast Guard
Rob Thomas II
Deputy Chief Information Officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security
Register now and view this virtual program to learn:
- How Federal organizations are adopting and adapting mobile technologies to integrate with IT architectures
- Perspectives on Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) and Secure Your Own Data (SYOD) – issues and opportunities for both
- Examples of how to incorporate more agile, flexible and mobile computing into established operations
- Agency insights on how mobility is driving innovation across government