Thursday, February 4, 2010

Announcing FOSE2010, #1 Gov focused Tech event of the year

As many of you know from my previous posts about Government use of PHP, I'm a big supporter of how opensource can help in the public sector including one of my 2010 predictions that this could be a great growth area this year. Well if you're like me, and want to learn more about how the government is using technology, there's an upcoming conference called FOSE in March 23-25. FOSE 2010 is the place to discover opportunities and solutions along with changing expectations for government IT professionals.

Register today for the FOSE 2010 experience:

You can expect:

- 3 days of IT resources helping you navigate today’s shifting tech landscape

- 2 full conference days packed with education on emerging technologies, trends, and new improvements to existing solutions

- Thousands of products on the FREE* EXPO floor allowing you to gain one-on-one insight into the capabilities of our exhibitors through demos, theater presentations and FREE* Education.

- Visit the Data Center and Virtualization Pavilion, CloudCamp, and the Cloud Computing Pavilion.

*FOSE is a must-attend free show for government, military, and government contractors.

It’s time to register and reserve your place at FOSE

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