We’d never pass up an opportunity to talk about what makes up great IT strategy. So get ready: Dynamic Quest will be at the NC Local Government Information Systems Association (NCLGISA) Symposium!
Only the coolest biannual government symposium in North Carolina. Here, IT professionals will meet, speak, and share ideas on how to most effectively support government IT systems.
There will be a variety of talks, workshops, training sessions and meet’n’greets all weekend.
Shockingly, the hot topic on everyone’s mind (especially for IT folk invested in protecting government systems) is security. Seats will be in high demand in panels discussing threats to data, how to be more secure, preventing breaches and what to do if you are targeted.
There will also be talks on leadership trends in IT, such as workforce diversity, team building, and selling the value of IT to management. Additionally, many partners and key players in the IT and technology fields will be in attendance to present and share their expertise with symposium-goers.
The Spring Symposium will take place May 20-22, 2015 in Wilmington, NC. If you spot our signature blue shirts, give us a shout! We’d love to see you and talk shop about how technology can help your teams and offices become more efficient, secure, and effective.
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