March Meeting (now a webinar) "5G - Unwiring Corporations & Communities" Complimentary registration for current & eligible prospective members!
2020: The Year of 5G? There is so much buzz about 5G these days, but what does it all mean for businesses and personal use? This session will attempt to answer these and many of the following questions we all pondering these days:
We will hear from a panel of industry experts to sort this out, provide an overview of where the industry is headed, and what your IT strategy for 5G should look like in 2020 and beyond.
Mike has over 30 years of information technology management experience. He is currently the Chief Technology Officer of Stafford County, Virginia, where his team of 20 IT professionals supports a community of 150,000 residents and 1,000 users. One of his major initiatives is a public private partnership for Stafford with the Center For Innovative Technologies and OST to build the first of it's kind Smart Community in Virginia. Previously, Mike was an independent consultant providing services to local governments throughout the US. Mike also served as the CIO of the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) and the City of Rockville, MD. Additionally, his nonprofit experience includes the Travel Industry Association and the Council on Foundations. Outside of his C-Level IT roles, he currently serves on the board of the Society for Information Capital Area Chapter responsible for programs and is a member of two regional CIO groups, COGCIO for the national capital region and VALGITE Virginia Local Government IT executives.
Thomas Steegmann is a Principal Architect for AT&T Public Sector Solutions supporting the mid-Atlantic region. Tom has been in the telecommunications industry for 20+ years, focused on next generation, enterprise solutions encompassing data communications and complex integration across multiple environments. Tom is currently focused on helping his Government customers modernize their workforce and infrastructure via mobility and cloud technologies, including 5G, IOT, and Smart Cities.
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