Implementing and Supporting Your Applications in the Cloud [SPONSORED]
Law enforcement, justice, and other public-sector entities have recently been making a move toward transitioning their applications to the cloud. However, many agencies who have successfully adopted a cloud-first approach acknowledge that the transition from brick-and-mortar operations turned out to be more complex than they initially projected. During this webinar, we will explore some of the roadblocks cloud-transitions often entail and present strategies for overcoming them.
Attendees will walk away with the following:
- An overview of the biggest hurdles agencies face when implementing cloud-based systems such as dispatch, records-management, state message switches, and criminal history
- Strategies to create alignment between agency stakeholders, users and cloud vendors
- IT management implications of cloud deployments and how planning ahead can prevent unexpected roadblocks
- Lessons-learned from agency leadership who have been successful with their transition
Robert Kaelin is the Vice President of Public Safety at Mission Critical Partners. Mr. Kaelin’s business and IT expertise stems from years of operational and managerial practice in the fields of government, education, and law enforcement. He has applicable experience in systems engineering, project management, process reengineering, and IT management. A nationally recognized expert in public safety and integrated justice, Bob has helped criminal justice clients in more than a dozen states pioneer the creation of, and enhance use of, integrated justice information systems. He has been instrumental in developing a future vision for criminal justice IT based on the use of the latest technologies.
Mission Critical Partners (MCP) is a leading provider of data integration, consulting, and network and cybersecurity solutions specializing in transforming mission-critical communications networks into integrated ecosystems that improve outcomes in the public safety, justice, healthcare, transportation, and utility markets.