Join ATARC at one or more of our scheduled online webinars. Learn from government decision makers and industry thought leaders in their area of expertise. These online collaborations give you the same networking and demonstration opportunities as our summits, virtually. In a time of telework these webinars allow for meaningful interaction between government, industry and academia . Each webinar includes roundtable discussions, a moderated panel, and presentations from industry experts. Examine recent topic victories and hurdles from the most knowledgeable in both the private and public sector.
DevOps During COVID-19
April 16, 2020, 1:30-2:30 p.m.
This information sharing event is focused on the new collaboration challenges emerging from the COVID-19 Pandemic Era. Hear from individuals in both the public and private sector on what steps they are taking to enable their workforce and accomplish the mission despite the challenges of the pandemic. How should policies and processes adapt during crisis and pandemic situations to ensure continuous availability and support? What tools can help you better monitor and react to incidents and fluctuations?
Hear from industry experts
ATARC webinars allow for thought leaders of both the public and private sector to speak about the recent successes and hurdles in their field. These webinars allow for individuals to hear about the issues technology is facing today and what is being done to resolve them.
ATARC webinars allow for the same networking, skill building and learning that our summits provide. However, ATARC webinars are virtual, allowing for that knowledge gaining to happen anywhere.
ATARC Webinar topics cover nearly all of the tech world. Webinar topics include:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Cloud & Infrastructure
- Digital/ Mobile
Don’t see your area of expertise? Contact an ATARC team member about more topic options.
Zoom enables ATARC remote collaboration opportunities through its cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, chats and webinars across all devices. Allowing for individuals from all areas of government, industry and academia to communicate directly.