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5 Reasons to Attend Aruba’s Federal User Symposium on Secure Mobility

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As the federal government increasingly adopts mobile and wireless technologies, ensuring secure mobility is critical to mission success. That’s why the Aruba federal team has convened a one-day symposium with government and civilian IT experts on the future of mobility and secure connectivity.

 

The Federal Mobility Symposium takes place on Thursday, May 31. We’re excited about the great speakers from NOAA, DoD, USG, PA ANG, SPAWAR and more, and think you should be too.

 

Here are five reasons to get out of the office and spend the day with us:

 

  1. Learn from other agencies’ secure mobility successes. Hear directly from DoD and Civilian IT leaders who have successfully deployed secure mobility solutions, even for classified information. Hear from your peers at DoD, SPAWAR, Air National Guard, NOAA and others. You’ll get the real-world perspective. See who is speaking.
  1. Sharpen your skills. No matter how experienced you are, there’s always more to learn. Come away with new ideas and proven approaches for what works in secure mobility (and determine what didn’t work).
  1. Network with peers. Get out from behind your desk, and meet people with similar objectives and challenges. It’s always good to make (human) connections.
  1. Better position yourself as an expert. Technology changes fast, and you can learn what’s next in wireless communications and how mobility trends apply to federal.
  1. Bring back what you learned. Make your learning even more valuable by sharing your new knowledge with your colleagues.

The Federal Mobility User Symposium takes place on May 31, 2018, at The Westin at Tysons Corner in Falls Church, VA.

 

The event is free, but space is limited. So don’t hesitate. Register today.

 

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