Transitioning to ICT as-a-service

Change is always a constant in IT circles, but never have the foundations of ICT service delivery been impacted as much than by the transition to an as-a-service ICT model.
Date
2015-02-11 - 2015-02-12
Event contact first name
John
Event contact last name
Burgher
Email
john.burgher@criterionconferences.com
Event contact telephone number
+61 2 9239 5700
Description
The time for talk has given way to a need for action and practical strategies to enable IT leaders and practitioners to commence their transitions to ICT as-a-service. But where do you start? This conference brings together the true innovators in public sector IT, who will be outlining their vision and practical insights that will help overcome the challenges associated with a transition to ICT as-a-service.
Attendee information
Open to Public.
Exhibitor information
Not Specified.

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