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Red Hat Government Symposium 2012
Exploring the freedom of open source
FedScoop announces the Red Hat Government Symposium, which will be held October 23 at the Newseum in Washington D.C.More
Gain insight from industry thought leaders and connect with peers at this 1-day event. You’ll learn about the latest challenges and trends for government IT through executive keynotes, panel discussions, and technical labs.
Experience the momentum of open source firsthand
Talent, energy, and passion are harnessed in collaborative communities of innovation, taking on the biggest challenges in government IT.
Open source helps agencies at all levels of government meet mission-critical IT demands, while offering something unique. Freedom and choice. Unlike other approaches, having a choice of platform, virtualization, and cloud provider lets agencies stay in control of their infrastructures and eliminate lock-in, while achieving better performance, security, and reliability.Less
Date: October 23, 2012