Spring 2017 Symposium Materials

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Conference Program

Full 2017 Spring Conference Program in PDF format: CLICK HERE!

Our Business Partners

Sponsor participation adds valuable programs and features to the event, and keeps our conference affordable. Please read this year’s Business Partner List, and be sure to thank them for participating when you stop by their booth!

Conference Sessions by Day

Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday


Tuesday, May 23

1:00 pm – Pre-Conference Training
(Hilton Cape Fear Ballroom)

2:30 pm – Pre-Conference Training Refreshments
(Hilton Cape Fear Ballroom)

6:00 pm – Dinner for Pre-Conference Attendees
(by Hilton Pool)


Wednesday, May 24

8:00 am – Business Partner Registration Begins
(Wilmington Convention Center)

9:00 am – Pre-Conference Training
(Hilton Cape Fear Ballroom)

10:00 am – Pre-Conference Training Refreshments
(Hilton Cape Fear Ballroom)

11:00 am – Membership Registration Begins
(Wilmington Convention Center)
*Name badges and lanyards sponsored by Enable ID Solutions*

**Exhibit Hall Opens**

11:30 am – Lunch
(Convention Center Exhibit Hall)

1:00 pm – Welcome and Introductions
(Salon A, B & C)

1:30 pm – General Session: Keynote Speaker Gene Kranz “Failure is Not an Option”
Legendary NASA Flight Control Director Who Led the Effort to Save Apollo 13, Awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom

Gene Kranz was born in Toledo, Ohio, and received his BS degree in aeronautical engineering from Parks College of Saint Louis University in 1954. He was commissioned in the US Air Force in 1954, and flew high-performance jet fighter aircraft, including the F-80, F-86, and the F-100. In 1958, he worked as a flight test engineer at Holloman AFB, New Mexico, for McDonnell Aircraft, developing the Quail Decoy Missile for the B-47 and B-52 aircraft. He was discharged from the Air Force Reserve as a captain in 1972.

In 1960, Kranz joined the NASA Space Task Group at Langley, Virginia, and was assigned as assistant flight director for Project Mercury. He assumed flight director duties for all Project Gemini Missions, and was the branch chief for Flight Control Operations. Kranz was selected as division chief for Flight Control in 1968, and continued his duties as flight director for the Apollo Program. He was the flight director for many Apollo missions, including the Apollo 11 lunar landing, and he led the “Tiger Team” for the successful return of the Apollo 13 crew. He performed as both a flight director and flight operations director for the Skylab Program, and, at its conclusion, was assigned as deputy director of flight operations with responsibility for space flight planning, training and mission operations, aircraft operations, and astronaut operations.

Kranz retired from NASA in March 1994 after 37 years of federal service. His current activities include consulting and motivational speaking to professional, civic, and youth groups. After retirement he served as a flight engineer on a B-17 “Flying Fortress,” performing at airs shows throughout the United States, and constructed an aerobatic biplane.

Kranz was a co-recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom awarded by President Nixon for the Apollo 13 mission, and was designated a Distinguished Member of the Senior Executive Service by President Reagan. He is a New York Times best selling author. His book, Failure Is Not An Option (2000), chronicles his work in Mission Control, from Project Mercury through Apollo 13 and beyond. The book was selected by The History Channel as the basis for a documentary program on Mission Control. It was broadcast as a two-hour special in August 2003. In 2015 Kranz was inducted into the National Aviation Hall of Fame.
(Salon A, B & C)

SLIDES
OPENING VIDEO
VIDEO – SPEAKER

2:45 pm – Refreshment Break
(Convention Center Exhibit Hall)

3:30 pm – Present and Discuss (5 Concurrent Sessions)

Information Assurance/Security-Risk and Survivability Methods
Greg Marrow, CIO, Durham County

In a world with almost limitless connectivity, where cyber-attacks can propagate instantaneously, and where the identity or location of an adversary many not be known, individuals and institutions are facing unprecedented vulnerabilities. Join us for this hot topic covering Information Assurance/Security. Information Assurance (IA) concerns information operations that protect and defend information and information systems by ensuring availability, integrity, authentication, confidentiality, and nonrepudiation.  If you work in Information Technology and have an interest in Information Assurance/Security, you will not want to miss this exciting one-hour session which will focus on evaluating information risk and survivability methods.
#Information Assurance/Security
#InformationRiskEvaluation
#SurvivabilityMethods.
(Room 108)

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VIDEO

Gamification
Maurice Ferrell, Assistant CPT Director, UNC SOG

Gaming has always been considered an “out of the box way” of developing new ways of thinking and learning. Does this type of innovative strategy have a place in IT and in our organization? Come to this session so that we can discuss how if and how gaming can help our teams and organization better prepare and innovate.
#OutoftheBox
#GaminginIT
#WhatisGamification
#CanitHelpInnovate
(Salon D)

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VIDEO

Bringing agency services to the Customer
Sandy Goodwin, IT Manager for Service Design and Transition Team, Mecklenburg County

“Bringing Mecklenburg County to You” is Mecklenburg County’s new Government Facilities Master Plan. The goal of the plan is to provide quality County services in locations that are convenient to customers and create a better work environment for employees. Developed by County Manager Dena R. Diorio and presented to the Board of County Commissioners in 2015, the plan expands access to services across the County and meets customers where they are. The model creates a system of “Community Resource Centers” that provide a continuum of County services at a single location. This session will present some of the technology challenges, opportunities, and lessons learned from implementation of the first center.
#TechChallenges&Opportunities
#BringingMecklenburg2U
(Room 106)

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VIDEO

NCLGISA Board and Committee Updates
NCLGISA Executive Board members and Committee Chairs:
Chris Koltyk, President
Eric Harvey, Past-President
Felina Harris, President-Elect
Ray Hall, Treasurer
Mike Taylor, Secretary
Steve Randone, Membership Committee Chair
Randy Cress, Professional Development Committee Chair
Rex Wilder, Business Partner Committee Chair
Chris Smith, Web & Marketing Committee Chair

Executive Board will give an update on the state of NCLGISA. Professional Development, Membership, and Strike Teams will give an update about member benefits.
#NCLGISABoardUpdates
#MemberBenefits
#AskTheBoard
(Room 107)

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VIDEO

4:00 pm – Member Registration Closes

4:30 pm – 6:30 pm – Business Partner Appreciation Reception
(Convention Center Exhibit Hall)

6:00 pm – Business Partner Registration Closes


Thursday, May 25

7:30 am – Breakfast
(Salon A, B & C)

8:00 am – Registration Resumes until 11am
(Wilmington Convention Center)
*Name badges & lanyards sponsored by Enable ID Solutions*

8:30 am – Exhibit Hall Opens

Showcase Sessions – 8:30am (5 Concurrent Session)

Data Network Solutions, Inc. – Integrated Approach in Battling APTs, Malware and Zero Day Attacks – “I CLICK ON EVERYTHING”
Wes Prather, Solutions Engineer, DNS
Mark Zimmerman, Sr. Systems Engineer, Palo Alto Networks

We will talk about the threat landscape and challenges of addressing the constantly changing threats. What is needed to defend against the constantly changing threats, discuss the kill chain – the threat lifecycle and what mechanisms or technologies are need in place to prevent each stage of an attack.
(Salon D)

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VIDEO

Veeam – Counteract Ransomware Attacks on Backup Storage
Jason Keller, Territory Manager, Veeam Software
Ryan Post, Systems Engineer, Veeam Software

Ransomware has become one of the main cybersecurity threat for government organizations with damages in 2016 running over $1 billion. One important part of recovery from ransomware is being able to recover from your backups. So, what strategies help you properly prepare and, if hit, quickly recover? In this informative session, we discuss practical tips on how to prevent ransomware attacks on back up storage. We will also discuss how the City of Sarasota sidestepped a cyber attack and avoided a $34 million in ransom. In this session, we cover tips to prevent ransomware attacks on backup storage, the 3-2-1 rule of data protection, and how to have visibility into suspicious behavior.
(Salon E)

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VIDEO

ForeScout Technologies – Internet of Things and Its Impact on Government
Tony Gillespie, GS15 Assistant Chief of Staff G6,
Marine Corps Installations East

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a series of billions – soon to be trillions – of sensors and devices connected to one another via the Internet. Most of it is automated, and the possibilities that IoT brings to society are the stuff of science fiction. But it’s all very real, and the question on many people’s minds: Is government ready? This session explores the role of government in using, exploiting, controlling and surviving the hyper-connected world of IoT.
(Room 106)

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VIDEO

ePlus & HPE – Getting Through the Decision
Linda Carr, Solution Architect, HPE

Linda Carr will present on the rigors of making the decision to move to the cloud, be it private, public or Hybrid. The process of reviewing the mission critical applications within a corporation, the costs of doing business and the real need of the business to make the move. Federal and commercial corporation migration options and requirements will be explored. The pain points will be presented and how to analyze each on the road to the decision. Additional information on the various HPE solution options will be presented with the pros and cons for each. Basic migration processes as well as Greenfield deployment and data transformation will be discussed.
(Room 108)

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VIDEO

NCLGISA 101
Sandy Goodwin, IT Manager for Service Design and Transition, Mecklenburg County

What do you need to know about NCLGISA? What is at the heart of this great organization? We will focus on some general characteristics and things you need to know about NCLGISA. We will also highlight the core values of this organization — leadership and relationships. What are these core values about? Will you see these values the same again? Well, the choice is yours and the choice is NCLGISA!
#NCLGISA101
#NCLGISAValues
#YourNCLGISA
(Room 107)

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VIDEO

Showcase Sessions – 9:30am (5 Concurrent Session)

NWN – A Flexible, Agile, Cloud Strategy via Cisco Spark
Ronald Coe, Cisco Spark Consulting Systems Engineer
Greg Syer, NWN Director of Cloud Sales

With Cisco Spark, discover how a flexible, agile, efficient cloud collaboration strategy can expand the way your organization communicates and collaborates. With tools such as video conferencing, business messaging, and VOIP phone systems, many organizations struggle to integrate the communication channels and capture the advantages of the technology. Cloud collaboration continues to be the game-changing technology that creates the ability to maintain service levels while providing an agile business environment. Enter Cisco Spark, a simple, secure and complete cloud based collaboration platform. Come see how NWN and Cisco are helping customers adopt and accelerate their collaboration strategies.
(Salon D)

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VIDEO

Brooks Network Services & FatPipe Networks, Inc – SD-WAN Further Defined: PSConneX, The Mobile Path
Steve Brooks, President, Brooks Network Services.

SD-WAN is a high growth and scalable solution for fail-over and redundancy in local government. As the trend continues to develop in Local Government, we are going to introduce new methods and technologies to continue to influence the availability of your extended network with PSConneX.
(Salon E)

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VIDEO

Centurylink – Managing Applications in a Multi-Cloud World
Michael Jones, Advanced Services and Solutions, CenturyLink

Successfully adopting cloud technologies holds great promise but adds many risks for compliance, governance, security and cost control. Access to critical resources to build and manage applications needs to be policy driven to protect sensitive data while not hindering the development, deployment, management and operational requirements of managing highly available applications. The solution is the adoption of a Cloud Management Platform that provides policy based access to all of the major private and public cloud infrastructures, tools, custom scripts and applications while enabling cost and performance optimization of those resources.
(Room 106)

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VIDEO

Davenport Group – The World Has Changed
Paul Clifford, Co-Founder and President, Davenport Group
Brandon Cole, Regional Sales Director, Davenport Group

This past year has seen the largest acquisition ever in the technology industry, Dell acquiring EMC. Acquisitions are nothing new in our industry, but this one is truly different. Dell Technologies is the largest and most powerful technology company on the planet and that will impact all of us, whether we are customers or not. This session will discuss what has happened, what it means for customers, and what will be the result – is this just another big company or is something happening here? Whatever your thoughts on this new entity, remember they are #1 in every category of product they choose to compete in (either Gartner ranking or market share) and this has significantly changed the IT landscape. This session will have Brandon Cole and Paul Clifford from Davenport Group discuss why it matters to you. Come and enjoy, who knows, there might even be a TV in it for you.
(Room 107)

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VIDEO

Internetwork Engineering – Malware & Ransomware Defense Strategies
Jason Smith, IT Security and Compliance Consultant, Internetwork Engineering

Companies and organizations have seen an increase in organized attacks and ransomware in the last few years. Recently, we have noticed a new sophistication to the traditional ransomware attacks, with many of the same characteristics of traditional advanced persistent threat (APT). Could this be a new paradigm for the attackers? IE will present an overview of many incidents that we have worked, along with information provided by multiple threat research organizations. We will also demo a live infection and the tools we use to stop that infection in its tracks. We will showcase some of our tools and strategies and what we have found most effective for our customers. Many of these tools and strategies are low to no cost. Come to our presentation to see all of this and more, and learn how to shift your organization from cyber threat reactive to a cyber secure proactive.
(Room 108)

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VIDEO

10:15 am – Refreshment Break
(Convention Center Exhibit Hall)

Concurrent Sessions – 10:45am

Track 1 – COBIT 5 IT Governance
Dwayne Campbell, Chief Information Officer, City of Fayetteville

Every organization large and small, public and private needs a way to ensure that the IT function sustains the organization’s strategies and objectives. Discuss how to use an IT Governance framework to meet your organizational needs. Learn how to position structure around how organizations align IT strategy with business strategy, ensuring that companies stay on track to achieve their strategies and goals, and implementing good ways to measure IT’s performance. This framework will answer some key questions such as how the IT department is functioning overall, what key metrics management needs and what return IT is giving back to the business from the investment it’s making.
#Governance
#Strategy
#Framework
#Performance
(Room 108)

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VIDEO

Track 2 – SharePoint Users Unite!
Nicole Bird, Sr. Business Systems Analyst, City of Wilmington

During this session, SharePoint users will gather to share ideas, concerns, tips and tricks. Users will also discuss creating a SharePoint user group among local government agencies.
#SharePoint
#CreateSharePointUserGroup
#ShareTheKnowledge
#SharePointRoundtable
(Salon D)

NO SLIDES
VIDEO

Track 3 – Fiber in Your City / County
Facilitator Shannon Tufts, Director of Center for Public Technology, UNC School of Government
Adam Oates, Network Manager, City of Jacksonville
Rodney Roberts, Technologists and Network Manager, City of Greensboro
Dale Waters, IT Manager, City of Salisbury
Jeff Wilson, IT Director, Town of Holly Springs
Terry Yates, Infrastructure and Network Manager, Town of Cary

The Fiber in your City/County, a panel discussion session, will revolve around fiber network topics like City, County fiber infrastructure examples, lease vs own models, joint initiatives with other government agencies, where to begin – building a business case, economic development / possible revenue.
#FiberNetwork
#PlanningforFiber
#LeasevsOwn
#Where2Begin
(Room 106)

NO SLIDES
VIDEO

Track 4 – Service Delivery: Small Shop vs Large Shop
Facilitator Maurice Ferrell, Assistant CPT Director, UNC SOG
Randy Cress, CIO, Rowan County
Frances Davis, ITSM Service Operations Manager, Mecklenburg County Government
Chris Smith, Systems Administrator, City of Lexington
Christopher Niver, IT Director, City of Conover

Whether you operate in a small or large IT environment, providing quality service is a goal every IT department should strive for. How to achieve this goal can be a daunting and sometimes unforgiving task. Please come to this session and hear from small and large IT shop Professionals and Leaders about how they work to achieve providing excellent IT services for their customers and organization.
#SmallvsLargeITEnvironment
#ProvideExcellentITService
#ITShopChallenges
(Room 107)

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VIDEO

Showcase—Fortinet – Breaking the Kill Chain
Timothy Schmidt, Sr. System Engineer, Fortinet

2016 was a banner year for high profile data breaches. Many data breaches occur because of a lack of focus across the spectrum of possible threats or attack vectors. Breaking the Kill chain focuses on cybercrime ecosystems, the different elements that make up the “Kill Chain” and the steps that an enterprise can take to break the chain and minimize the chances of a data breach.
(Salon E)

NO SLIDES
NO VIDEO

11:45 am – Lunch & Business Meeting
(Salon A, B & C)

VIDEO

Concurrent Sessions – 1:15 pm

Track 1 – Field Data Collection Made Easy with Survey123
Richard Tuinstra, GIS Manager, City of Fayetteville

Big Data, Data Analytics and Data-Driven Decision Making are all modern day buzzwords about which many books and articles have been written. Less emphasis has however been given on how to collect some of this data. The City of Fayetteville has been using free and easy to use GIS based mobile tools such as Collector and Survey123 for ArcGIS for their data collection efforts. The presentation will highlight some successful projects that the City has undertaken in the last year with the use of these tools for several different City Departments as Parks and Rec, Engineering and Planning. The results of these projects will be shown as well as a demonstration of these tools. If time permits, attendees will also be given the opportunity to download these tools on their smart devices and collect data themselves.
#Mobile
#DataCollection
#GIS
(Salon D)

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VIDEO

Track 2 – Next Generation Data Center
Jeremiah Dooley, Principal Architect, SolidFire Office of the CTO

Software is indeed eating the world, but the irony is that all that software has to run on infrastructure that is being installed and managed by IT teams under increasing pressure to deliver more business value. Join us for a discussion of hardware consumption models, architectural revolutions and how the next generation data center is poised to finally maximize the potential of IT operations.
#ITInfrastructureChallenges
#HardwareConsumptionModels
#ArchitecturalRevolutions
#NextGenDataCenter
(Room 108)

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VIDEO

Track 3 – CJIS Security Policy Updates
Jeff Campbell, FBI CJIS Assistant Information Security Officer

After an introduction to the Advisory Policy Board (APB) process and shared management philosophy, the session will review changes to the CJIS Security Policy and several cyber security topics from a Policy perspective. The session will close with an overview of resources made available by the FBI CJIS ISO Program Office.
#CJISSecurityPolicy
#FBICJISISOProgram
#Cybersecurity
#Policy
(Room 106)

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VIDEO

Track 4 – Enterprise Content Management with Laserfiche, Leveraging Workflow and Electronic Forms for Business Process Automation
John Gallimore, Chief Technology Officer, Davie County
Chris Koltyk, CIO, City of Jacksonville
Steve Randone, Management Information Services Manager, Brunswick County

Learn from three of our peers about how they have used software based Workflow and Forms to automate processes for various departments and users within their organizations. Hear directly from end users with the good, bad, and ugly of understanding the needs of the department, and developing the roadmap for completing the implementation. Discussion will include reasoning behind building projects in-house or leveraging a vendor for assistance.
#DocumentManagement
#RecordsManagement
#DocumentStorageandRetrieval
(Room 107)

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Video

Showcase—Scale Computing – IT Infrastructure: Simplicity = Savings
Jason Collier, Co-founder, Scale Computing

IT infrastructure is not only a significant investment in hardware and software, but it can come with hefty cost in training, management, and maintenance. Traditional IT infrastructure is a mix of different vendor solutions adding more complexity and cost than necessary. Find out how a simpler approach to infrastructure can streamline operations and lower infrastructure costs in a very real and dramatic way with Scale Computing’s HC3 hyperconverged solution.
(Salon E)

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VIDEO

2:15 pm – Refreshment Break
(Convention Center Exhibit Hall)

Concurrent Sessions – 2:45 pm

Track 1 – It’s BIG, Andy!
Ashley Holmes, Information Systems Supervisor, City of Winston-Salem

IOT, data analytics, open data, transparency … it’s all coming at you and it all falls under the umbrella of “BIG” Data. Come learn what it all means to IT shops, what you need to get started, and see some real world examples.
#BigData
#IOT
#DataAnalytics
#OpenData
(Room 108)

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VIDEO

Track 2 – Microsoft Cloud
Brandon Smith, Customer Experience Consultant for Service Design and Transition Team, Mecklenburg County
Preston Teal, Technical Analyst for Service Design and Transition Team, Mecklenburg County

Mecklenburg County and Partners “Unleash the Awesome.” This session will explore the journey that Mecklenburg County took to move from server/client based computing to cloud-computing. By partnering with Microsoft and moving to O365, the organization has managed to offer better services to staff, improve remote computing, reduce costs, and provide better services to the residents of Mecklenburg County.
(Room 107)

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Videos

Track 3 – Software Acquisition: Build vs. Buy
Facilitator Chris McMillan, Analyst, City of Fayetteville
Steve Randone, Management Information Services Manager, Brunswick County
Inez Rodenburg, IT Director, City of Danville, Virginia
Mike Taylor, Deputy County Manager / CIO, Pitt County

Many decisions have to be made when an organization chooses to solve a complex business issue with technology. One of those is whether to build the solution in house or buy a commercial off the shelf solution. In addition, organizations may have to decide whether to use existing personnel or employ contract help, whether to work directly with the software vendor or utilize a third party integrator, and whether an existing software platform will be sufficient or whether a new platform is needed. Gain insight into how these decisions are made by three veteran NCLGISA members. The session will be conducted in a roundtable style to encourage participation and interaction among the speakers and the attendees.
#Software
#Build vs. Buy
#Outsource
#Contractor
#Vendor
#Platform
(Room 106)

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Track 4 – Member Collaboration
Felina Harris, IT Customer Relationship Manager, Mecklenburg County
Mark Seelenbacher, Information Systems Manager/CTO, Robeson County

What can we do to help one another? How can we initiate more conversations about what we are doing within our respective agencies? What are the benefits of helping one another? All of this and more will be discussed in this session. Members will have an opportunity to provide input and make suggestions for collaboration opportunities.
#Collaboration
#InteragencyCollaboration
#CollaborationOpportunities
(Salon D)

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Showcase—Spectrum Enterprise – Discover the Possibilities with Hosted Communications from Spectrum Enterprise
Robert Aldana, Engineer, Spectrum Enterprise

As enterprises are looking for ways to deploy their limited IT staff onto more strategic projects, the need for a wide range of new managed services grows and offered by several different providers in the industry. Spectrum Enterprise is now one of those players. If a business does not have a dedicated IT staff, it is more probable that they have not reset default passwords, upgraded software for their PBX and configured productivity features, which lower their productivity and leaves them vulnerable to fraud. Spectrum Enterprise’s HOSTED VOICE is the solution for these businesses and requires no additional IT staff from the customer. When an Enterprise customer has a problem with their voice service, they are likely to call their voice service provider first. Spectrum Enterprise can now be the voice service provider as well as the support for more of the customer’s voice IT needs. Spectrum Enterprise provides remote and on-site services and will maximize the customer’s experience by being that one provider for all their voice needs. The main goals of the Hosted Voice solution are to become the single provider for advanced Voice and IT solutions, to provide a superior level of service and support for voice and IT, to build customer confidence and loyalty, to build a long-term value-add relationship through the large number of customer touch points we maintain, to help the customer plan for future needs for their business and to improve the efficiency of the customer’s business and productivity of its employees, and to provide remote and on-site technical support as a competitive differentiator. After attending this session, participants will discover how they can use Spectrum Enterprise services to streamline their operations and how to begin the process of implementing those solutions immediately.
(Salon E)

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3:45 pm – Business Partner Door Prize Distribution
(Convention Center Exhibit Hall)

**Exhibit Hall Closes**

6:00 pm – Dinner
(Hilton’s Grand Ball Room)

7:00 pm – 10:00 pm – Band: “Party on the Moon”
(Hilton’s Grand Ball Room)


Friday, May 26

8:00 am – Breakfast
(Hilton’s Grand Ball Room)

9:00 am – General Session: Around the State
Chris Nida, Director of Research and Strategic Initiatives, N.C. League of Municipalities

The North Carolina League of Municipalities is an advocate for municipalities at the state and federal level. This session will provide an overview of legislative topics that affect not only municipalities but also counties and K-12 organizations. Topics will include legislation the General Assembly is discussing that could affect local governments, including possible budgetary impacts. In addition, the session will include details on the variety of League services available to municipalities and member counties.
#AroundtheState
#Legislation
#GeneralAssemblyUpdates
#LeagueServices
(Hilton’s Grand Ball Room)

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FIRE VIDEO

10:00 am – Refreshment Break and Hotel Checkout
(Hilton’s Grand Ball Room)

10:45 am – General Session: Cyber Threats and Trends
John Maser, Special Agent., FBI

How do you ensure the security of your data is preserved in a way that stays one step ahead of the bad guys? Unfortunately, criminals – domestic and abroad – are relentless in searching for creative new ways to obtain money and/or intellectual property from companies and their clients. Today’s cybercriminals are innovative and organized. This is your opportunity to hear the FBI share current case studies and offer tangible suggestions for what you can do to mitigate your cyber security risks to keep your company and clients from being victimized.
#Cybersecurity
#FBICaseStudy
#TaketheBullbytheHorns
#Cybercrime
#TangileSuggestions
(Hilton’s Grand Ball Room)

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11:45 am – Evaluations and Prizes
(Hilton’s Grand Ball Room)

12:00 pm – Adjourn