April 27

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As the pandemic starts to recede, organizations face a period of tremendous uncertainty. Some employees are beginning to return to the office, while others will continue to work from home for the foreseeable future. Many people may never return to a physical office space.

How can organizations keep employees productive and happy in a hybrid environment? How can you protect your data and traffic when you do not know where employees will be?

Secure digital workspaces enable agencies to treat remote workers the same as in-office employees. The most advanced versions of these solutions can be entirely on-premises or key enablers in your organization’s hybrid-multi-cloud future. They empower your workforce to securely access any application, on any device, over any network, to any cloud.

Join us April 27 11 a.m. pacific/2 p.m. eastern for an overview of the new secure digital workspace: What it is, how it can make your employees more productive while increasing your security posture, and how it eases your journey to the cloud.


Steve Arrington

Steve Arrington

Lead Systems Engineer – Public Sector, State and Local Government, Citrix

Steve is a highly accomplished IT Professional with over 15 years of experience in clarifying business requirements and designing processes and best practices. He partners with government agencies utilizing his wide range of experience across all Citrix products and solutions to set strategic and innovative goals and provide cost savings solutions. His experience extends beyond the technology and into the planning, strategy, roadmap and budgetary needs of companies. He has helped position companies with 100 users to 30,000 users for success with their local and/or global virtualization strategies, roadmaps and technology needs.

Deborah Snyder

Deborah Snyder — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Deborah is an accomplished C-level executive, influencer and educator who has dedicated her career to improving state and local government services for the citizens of New York state through policy and technology innovation. She has a broad range of experience in government, policy, cybersecurity, privacy and information technology. She recently retired from the position of New York state’s chief information security officer, where she led the state’s cybersecurity programs and directed the NYS Cyber Command Center. She works with organizations and universities to strengthen cybersecurity defenses and preparedness, and to create and inspire the next generation of cyber leaders.