Mobility: How One North Carolina County Changed the Way they Do Business

 

March 13
11AM PT, 2PM ET
Duration: 1 hour

Thursday, March 13, 2014
11:00 am PT/2:00 pm ET
Duration: 60 minutes


Governments are under increasing pressure to produce better, cheaper and faster results at the same time budgets are cut back.  One of the quickest and most powerful tools available to government today is a mobile device. 

Join 2013 Digital Government Achievement Award winner Mecklenburg County and Governing to learn how mobile devices are allowing the County to redesign citizen service delivery and save millions.  Key discussion areas include:

  •     Free up workers to solve problems and deliver better citizen service
  •     Deliver the right applications through a single secure mobile device
  •     Reduce the risk of cyber-attacks to citizen data and infrastructure
  •     Streamline provisioning and centralize control of mobile devices
  •     Provide anywhere, anytime access via home PC or mobile device for field employees, caseworkers, or any one working outside the office.


“Mobility is moving at a faster rate than the Internet at its start and will change the way government does its business”- Special Report on Mobility by Center for Digital Government and Public CIO.

Moderator:

Dugan Petty
Senior Fellow, Governing Institute
Former Oregon State CIO & NASCIO President

Speakers:

Cliff DuPuy
Director
IT Division
Mecklenburg County, NC

Hope McIntosh
National Sales Director – End User Computing
VMware

For questions or details, contact:

Raquel Figueira
Registration Coordinator
GOVERNING
800-940-6039 ext. 1341
rfigueira@governing.com

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