Sponsored by General Dynamics Information Technology
Faced with shrinking IT budgets, reduced staff, increased competition and a constant flood of new technologies, many companies are finding it hard to keep up. Managed services is a way to bridge the gap by providing companies access to leading technologies and management expertise without requiring high investments or increased risk.
Join us for a complimentary live webinar presented by General Dynamics Information Technology and moderated by Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg on "Managed Services in the Cloud."
Tuesday, October 11, 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. (Eastern)
Wednesday, October 12, 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. (Eastern)
Attendees will learn what managed services are, current trends that are leading to their adoption, what to look for when choosing a managed services provider and the differences that arise when purchasing these services in the cloud.
Please join us on yourchoice of Tuesday, October 11 or Wednesday, October 12 for a 40-minute presentation on “Managed Services in the Cloud,” followed by a 20-minute Q&A.
Greg Sanchez, Chief Technology Officer
Greg Sanchez serves at the Chief Technology Officer for General Dynamics Information Technology’s Civilian and Homeland Security Solutions division. In his role, he provides leadership and strategic direction for information technology initiatives and researches IT and technical trends to devise the best solutions for customers.
Dave Alexander, Vice President, Enterprise Operations
Dave Alexander is Vice President of Civilian and Homeland Security Solutions Enterprise Operations at General Dynamics Information Technology. He brings 7 years of experience in ITIL IT enterprise management and 3 years of experience in supporting an IT enterprise environment. This, along with 6 years of enterprise IT Service management and 20 years of leadership in the military and Government service have enabled him to provide mission-focused leadership to the operations team.
David Silverberg, Editor
Homeland Security Today