Cloud Among Trending Topics at Summit

Chris Wiedemann_65 x 85cloud_101816By Chris Wiedemann, Consultant

immixGroup’s third annual Government IT Sales Summit is about a month away, which means you’ll soon hear the Market Intelligence team’s rundown of crucial budgetary and procurement trends for the government’s FY 2017. (To get a sneak peek at some of the DOD-specific content, check out our post from last week).

One theme you’re likely to hear most of the day is the cloud and the ways it’s shaping the future of the public sector technology industry. Although it feels like we’ve been talking about it for decades, the fact of the matter is that public sector cloud adoption faced numerous obstacles due to the unique constraints of the market.

That said, we’ve finally arrived at a place of real, concrete adoption among our customers, and the information covered at the Summit will be crucial to anyone hoping to successfully navigate that transition.

Summit, taking place on Nov. 17 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Reston, Va., is packed with content, no matter where your company is in its cloud transition. Register today to hear:

  • The trends driving cloud purchasing and adoption across government, as well as within specific key agencies, during the Civilian and DOD Market Intelligence briefings;
  • How agencies have leveraged FedRAMP, and where the program is moving;
  • The best way to manage the shift from CapEx to OpEx as the predominant funding source for software;
  • And how the government data center of the future is likely to look and behave in light of the latest Data Center Optimization goals set by the administration.

Stay tuned for more information on the Government IT Sales Summit in the coming days, including a preview of the Civilian Market Intelligence Budget Briefing – and be sure to register today.

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