The federal buying season is in full swing and to help federal IT leaders prepare, 930GOV is hosting the 930GOV End-of-Year- Intelligence Conference, Tradeshow & Training Symposium on August 26th at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in downtown Washington, DC. This year’s conference promises to be an exciting and worthwhile event, with over 20 sessions appealing to five technical communities, enabling IT leaders in finalizing their end-of-year buying.
While a draw for the crowd is tapping into the collective knowledge of a variety of government communities, another draw is the 930GOV Luncheon talk- “Prepping Agencies to Get Value from Internet of Things Data”- with Chris Steel, Chief Solutions Architect for Software AG Government Solutions. The invitation-only luncheon promises to be an exciting component of the symposium with expert opinion and thought leadership.
Luncheon attendees can expect to learn how government agencies can:
• “Pick out the needles in the haystack of Big Data,” deciding up front what the valuable data is and being able to triage it.
• Minimize data spoilage by performing analysis and taking actions within a shrinking window of relevance.
• Merge both static and streaming data to make better decisions in real-time.
In light of the ever-increasing power and drive of the Internet of Things, attendees will glean pivotal insight into how to effectively maneuver IT spend in the midst of the federal buying frenzy while preparing them for technology requirements for today and tomorrow.
The 930GOV symposium guarantees to be truly unique, bringing together distinguished speakers in IT Leadership, Records Management, IPv6 & Networking, Knowledge Management and Government Customer Service- all under the same roof.
Don’t let the federal buying season pass you by unprepared, register for the 930GOV symposium today!