Have questions about the how cloud works in the public sector? Join Amazon Web Services (AWS), Check Point and Onix on June 27 at the JW Marriott Indianapolis for a breakfast event. Experts will be on hand to share their knowledge and answer your questions.
If you're in the C Suite or work as an IT manager, system engineer, system administrator and architect and want to learn more about cloud computing and how to get started on the AWS Cloud, this free event is for you. With over 2,000 public agencies already using Amazon Web Services, it's clear AWS has the experience to understand the unique challenges the public sector faces when contemplating a cloud migration.
IT leaders in the public sector consistently voice these items as their top concerns about moving to the cloud:
Total cost of ownership (TCO)
Cloud security & compliance
Integrating legacy systems
Personnel bandwidth, knowledge and career development
Enjoy a light breakfast on us while learning more about cloud computing in public agencies. You'll also walk away with valuable data to help you secure internal sponsorship to help you launch your cloud journey.
What: Indianapolis Cloud in the Public Sector Event When: Thursday, June 27, 8:30 - 11 a.m. Where: JW Marriott Indianapolis, 10 S West St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Dal VanDervort, Vice President Sales - Public Sector
Dal oversees sales strategy for the governmental and institutional sectors. He joined Onix in 2000 as federal account sales manager, working with key Department of Defense and civilian agencies. During his tenure here, he has served as a Sales Account Manager across all segments and as Sales Manager for the federal, state, local government, educational and enterprise sales teams. Prior to joining Onix, Dal served on the leadership team for a firm that developed and sold industrial sensor technologies for the natural gas and nuclear industries and also installations within the federal government. A self-proclaimed "fairly boring person," Dal travels extensively for work. He's been racking up the frequent flier miles and passport stamps and has been doing so since age 24 with travels to Ireland, Spain, China, Canada, all 50 U.S. states, Puerto Rico and a few Caribbean islands.