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Technology in Government - Roundtables at Australia's leading government ICT event

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The Technology in Government Summit (TiG) brings together suppliers of ICT and emerging digital technologies, with an innovative, case study packed and public sector led conference, as well as a free on-floor seminar programme, and a solutions focused expo floor. Designed for ALL Levels of Government Departments and Agencies to collaborate, leverage knowledge and engage on innovation and business strategies, the event attracts CIOs, CTOs and their leadership teams from across Australia’s public sector. Our delegates asked for MORE interactivity and opportunities to share knowledge and a chance to hear what other departments and agencies are up to, which might benefit their organisation. What better way than a high level interactive roundtable format where delegates can tailor their content in line with their current investment priorities. It is a platform to confirm and contrast ideas with subject matter experts, understand available solutions, share challenges with peers and make new professional contacts. WHAT ARE THEY? Roundtables are small group discussions focused on a particular topic and directed by a central table host who will guide the conversation and facilitate the questions and answers from the participants. This is not death by power-point –the emphasis is on the discussion and debate among the 20 or so delegates sharing the table at any given time. Swap war stories, ask questions, gain a better understanding and then put it all into practice back in. HOW WILL THEY WORK? Running in three rotations for 50 minutes each on the afternoon of August 4th, delegates will have the opportunity to pre-select which tables they would like to attend ahead of the event. And with three time slots available, there is something for everyone on offer, allowing you to build your own agenda and tailor the content to suit your enterprise and your job function. The roundtables answer questions around government's current ICT investment priorities: - IT infrastructure/Legacy Modernisation/Application Development - Businesses Intelligence & Analytics\Big Data - Managing Security, Risk and Compliance/Governance - Service Delivery/Contact Centre/CRM/ Social Media - Cloud/Data Centre/ Storage/ Information Lifecycle Management - Work Place Productivity/Collaboration/Unified - Communications/Video Conferencing - Mobility/BYOD/Devices/Apps/ Virtualisation/Teleworking - See more at: http://www.acevents.com.au/techingov/about.html#roundtable