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Call for Papers Open Now for 15th Annual IAC Conference on Sept. 28-30, 2020 at GMU in Arlington, VA, U.S.

The 15th Annual International Academy of CIO (IAC) Conference on September 28th to 30th, 2020 in Arlington, VA U.S.A. is being held at a time of great technology related opportunity and risk. With AI, Blockchain and 5G, there is opportunity in new product and services and also new industries that bridge time and space and […]

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15th Annual International Academy of CIO (IAC) Conference Date Announced for September 28-30, 2020 at George Mason University’s Arlington, VA Campus

Announced today, the 15th Annual International Academy of CIO (IAC) Conference is set for September 28-30, 2020 at George Mason University’s Arlington, VA Campus. The IAC Annual Conference brings together government, private sector and academia participants to discuss and exchange ideas and best practices on ICT leadership and governance in light of rapidly changing technology. […]

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Scaling Local Government Cybersecurity – Written by Marissa Da Silva on September 26th, 2019

Scaling Local Government Cybersecurity – Written by Marissa Da Silva on September 26th, 2019 With the increasing reliance upon information technology, cybersecurity is strategic imperative for communities across the United States. Unfortunately, many cities don’t have sufficient budgets or expertise when it comes to addressing the cybersecurity challenge. Jean-Pierre (J.P) Auffret, director, research partnerships, School […]

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14th Annual IAC Conference, “Driving Digital Government Transformation by Innovative Technologies,” to be Held in Taiwan on September 25 -27, 2019, hosted by Taiwan National Development Council, Taiwan E-Governance Research Center and the International Academy of CIO

The International Academy of CIO (IAC) announces the topic of “Driving Digital Government Transformation by Innovative Technologies,” for the 14th Annual IAC Conference to be held on September 25 -27, 2019 in Taipei, Taiwan, hosted by Taiwan National Development Council and Taiwan E-Governance Research Center. The conference’s speakers will include Dr. Mei-ling Chen, Minister, National […]

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Office of Research Computing, School of Business High Performance Computing Workshop and Furthering School of Business Research with the Argo Cluster

Many School of Business faculty are undertaking research with very large data sets and / or highly computation intensive applications. For these, desktop computers are often not practical. The Mason Office of Research can provide support and computing capability to assist. The Office hosts the Mason high performance computing cluster – Argo; provides grid computing […]

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