What’s In Store
Government agencies have evolved from on-premise systems to adopt a variety of cloud services. As public sector IT departments embark on increasingly ambitious cloud migration initiatives, the development of a well-rounded strategy becomes imperative.
At this in-depth webinar, you will delve into the essential components of an intelligent strategy designed to transition from legacy government data centers into the cloud. Get your questions answered on the cost of ownership, trust, and application development and how cloud products differ. Ensure you are up to date with how generative AI and low code can impact your government organization to take your cloud security to the next level.
Benefits of Attending
Expert Guidance on adopting a Multicloud Strategy:
Learn how to architect cloud environments that provide choice, scalability, and security, all while optimizing costs.
In-Depth Security Insights:
on cloud security, including best practices, threat mitigation, and compliance.
Ensure compliance with data residency requirements:
Leverage the concepts of Sovereign Cloud and Protected/Dedicated Regions. Protect your data and maintain control over your cloud
Sneak Peek at Your Speaker Panel
Principal and Deputy Chief Information Officer
Office of the Auditor General of Canada
Vice-President, Information and Technology Services and Chief Information Officer
BC Pension Board
FABRICE DÉSIRÉ KAGAME
Director – Cloud Advisory Services & Intake
Shared Services Canada
Director of Solution Engineering
What Your Registration Includes
Hear from public sector leaders about the latest trends and explore how to instantly apply these insights and gain unique perspectives
An opportunity to engage with your peers across North America in a dedicated online space. Listen into Government Keynotes and Panel Discussions.
Hear from industry leader, Oracle, as they explore key technologies to improve citizen services
Receive on-demand access to session content on the complimentary Public Sector Network social learning platform