How Google Workspace is helping the Carolina’s collaborate securely
Long before COVID-19 upended how everyone in the Carolina’s day to day work activities, the public sector had plenty of experience with seismic events.
From the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 to the Great Recession in 2008, public officials have had to navigate big, disruptive events – which usually come with a steep drop in tax revenues – while still making progress toward ambitious smart city objectives designed to improve economic competitiveness, environmental sustainability and overall quality of life.
Introducing Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) for Government aimed at helping municipal governments leverage technology in new and innovative ways to better serve constituents, be good stewards of tax dollars and achieve the kind of smart city goals that make localities more economically competitive and better places to live.
What Can Google Workspace do you for you?
- Collaboration and productivity apps that meet the needs of today’s government.
- Right-size agency investments and lower costs with modern government IT.
- Ensure protection from modern threats with unrivaled data security and privacy.
- Increase agency productivity with real-time access to information anywhere.
- Control data management and sharing with advanced end-to-end tools.
What we'll cover during this Webinar...
- High Level overview of what's new with Google Workspace
- How Google Workspace Security differs from it's competitors
- How Google Workspace is helping the Carolina's Government Agencies today (Customer Story)
- Technical, Business, and End User Impacts of implementing Google Workspace
- Any questions you may have!
You'll be learning from these experts!
Jeff Brown is a Strategic Business Executive for Google's Public Sector team focused on Google Workspace for Government. He has spent the last 9 years with Google working with public sector organizations to understand and adopt cloud technologies. Large scale cloud transitions are paradigm shifts, some of those he is responsible for include the States of: Colorado, Utah, Iowa, Arizona and recently West Virginia which required detailed user adoption, training and organizational change management. Prior to Google, Jeff spent the last 15 years in the public sector vertical with Symantec, VMWare and CA Technologies and is based out of Denver, CO.
Ed Moroney is the Field Representative for Google's Public Sector team for the State of North Carolina. Ed joined Google in May of 2020 and has been leading the Google Cloud effort across the State and Local Governments in North Carolina. Since joining Google, Ed has been working to drive innovation and change through the adoption of cloud by bringing the power of Google to all aspects of State and Local Government. Before joining Google, Ed worked with North Carolina State and Local Government for 6 years while at Dell Technologies and Proofpoint. He is based out of Apex, NC.
Anthony Almonte is a Strategic Business Executive for Google's Public Sector team in the Carolinas focused on Google Cloud Platform for the State of SC and all its neighboring cities and counties. Anthony has spent the last 15 years working with public sector organizations in SC to understand the unique business challenges they face and adopt cloud technologies to drive innovation and promote change. Prior to Google, Anthony spent the last 14 years in the public sector vertical with EMC and Dell Technologies.
John Suffern is Cloudbakers Strategic Account Executive for the Public Sector and joined Cloudbakers in 2018 to achieve his goal of joining an organization which applies new technology to solving customers problems. He has over 18 years of experience working with public sector contracting at the city, county, state, and federal levels.
All Attendees will receive the recording and a one-pager recapping Google Workspace for Government.
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