Dealing with ‘New’ Technologies

12 Dec , 2023

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Public and private entities are presented with, and urged to implement, new technologies on a regular basis. At the same time, officers or employees may use new technologies such as ephemeral messaging apps that are part of existing IT systems and become “shadow IT.” 

This session will examine possible use cases for new technologies, how these might be evaluated, the pros and cons of adopting new technologies. The session will also suggest a checklist to use when looking at new technologies.

 

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