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IT forum brings the future to LCCC

Monday, May 17, 2010
Get a better idea of the emerging information technology issues and how they affect education, business and government.
The world seems to turn faster every day, and in no sector is that more true than in information technology.

In an effort to keep IT specialists ahead of the quickly emerging technology trends that affect education, business and government, the Laramie County Community College Computer Information Systems Advisory Committee is hosting the Information Technology Forum 2010 from 7:45 a.m. to noon Friday in the Union Pacific Centennial Room in the LCCC Center for Conferences and Institutes.

The event includes an open forum discussion where attendees will share technology challenges, initiatives and ideas. It will also be an opportunity for attendees to provide input into the current and future LCCC Information Technology curriculum.
Before and after the open forum, respectively, Bill Rust of Gartner Research will discuss emerging trends in technology and Denise Atkinson-Shorey of EAGLE-Net will cover broadband initiatives and Internet2.

Though the forum is geared toward IT professionals, anyone with an interest or background in information technology is welcome. The forum is free to attend, but online registration is encouraged.