Executive Briefing Series: Modernizing Federal Networks
May 7, 2020 5:48 pm
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The stress on agency networks over the last few months has been unprecedented. The surge of employees working from home highlights a gulf between those agencies that were well on their network modernization journey and those who were still hanging on to their legacy architectures.
At most agencies, the number of teleworkers accessing the data and applications doubled or tripled, meaning those chief information officers who could “flip a switch” and turn up the number of licenses for virtual private networks or quickly obtain more cloud bandwidth made the transition to remote work for their agency’s employees much easier.
In this exclusive executive briefing, the following experts navigate the road to network modernization:
Allen Hill, Executive Director, Office of Telecommunications, General Services Administration
Howard Spira, Chief Information Officer, Export-Import Bank
Chezian Sivagnanam, Chief Enterprise Architect, National Science Foundation
Zain Ahmed, Vice President and General Manager, Civilian Sales, CenturyLink
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