Please note that this webcast, originally scheduled for 10/16, from 2:00-3:00pm ET, has been rescheduled to 12/10, from 2:00-3:00pm ET. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
The Boston Marathon bombings in April 2013 put a spotlight on the stunning advances made in video surveillance and forensics technology and its use in law enforcement and security. The latest generation of video analytic tools and techniques makes it possible to extract valuable information with unprecedented speed and precision. In this webcast, Grant Fredericks, a pioneer in forensic video analysis applications, will provide expert insight into the world of video surveillance and forensics technology.
In this webcast, Department of Energy CIO Bob Brese will present how the DOE is supporting the Administration’s call for comprehensive cybersecurity strategies. Further, Mr. Brese will share emerging strategies, challenges and opportunities.
This webcast will provide insights and lessons learned from one of the pioneering programs in government: The Command Post of the Future. CPOF is an essential piece of the Army's strategy to provide commanders with a common operational picture and enable them to collaborate and share data. Col. Jonas Vogelhut, Project Manager for Mission Command, will explain how CPOF ensures that the warfighters have access to the data need.
While new models of care collaboration are being implemented in many forms globally, moving from concept to successful implementation involves process changes and business transformation that may be the biggest challenges to healthcare organizations. Care collaboration tools that support and assist organizational transformation are key to driving successful outcomes. What these tools can enable is important. But who these tools engage and connect, the way in which they are engaged and connected, and the way in which they ultimately use the tools are more important in transforming care delivery.