The Federal Mobile Computing Summit: Transformation to a Mobile-First Environment was held on February 18, 2015 at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C. The event, which is free to government and academic participants, featured mobile subject matter discussing topics such as State of Federal Mobility in 2015; Field Work in a Mobile-First Environment; Mobile Identity Management; Mobile Security Integration Challenges and Solutions; and the Future of APIs & Internet of Things. In addition, the Mobile Technology Tiger Team gave a briefing on the effort to create Federal App Vetting Criteria.
Showcasing the Tools, Trends and Strategies Driving Federal Technology Adoption
Fed Summits is the producer of premier technology symposiums for Federal Government and private sector technology subject matter experts to explore and discuss the latest tools, trends and strategies driving the adoption of mobile, cloud, virtualization and big data technologies throughout government. Events are free to government participants, with the goal of collaboration and learning through panel discussions, round table discussions, breakout sessions and a showcase featuring demonstrations of cutting-edge technology.