March 18, 2015
RE: New Jersey GMIS Annual Technology Education Conference
Please share this with your management team and your IT professionals.
New Jersey GMIS, the association of local government technology managers, is having its Annual Technology Education Conference on March 25, at The Palace in Franklin Township (Somerset County). Running from 8:30 AM-4:30 PM, the conference is a great opportunity for people responsible for managing the technology in your municipality to get caught up on recent technology management knowledge, to network with peers, and to talk to vendors about products and services.
Information on the Conference is available online at: http://njslom.org/Tech-Education-Conf-2015.pdf. There are still some open spots for attendees.
This year’s programs cover a wide gamut of interests with sessions on responding to data breaches, new security information from the State’s Office of Homeland Security, how to use state and local cooperative technology contracts, surviving an IT audit and penetration/intrusion test, social media issues, how to manage technology risks, and more.
Throughout the year, NJ-GMIS assists the League as its Technology Management Support Service Organization. Information on services available to League members is posted on our website at http://njslom.org/TechMgmtSupportService.html.
Again, please share this with appropriate staff in your organization.
Thank you for your attention to this. If you have any questions, contact NJ-GMIS at email@example.com or call them at 732-734-1805.
Very truly yours,
William G. Dressel, Jr.