The California County Information Services Directors Association (CCISDA) is the official organization of the county information technology directors and chief information officers in the state of California. CCISDA represents all 58 California counties for government information technology.
Each year, CCISDA hosts two conferences; one in the Spring and one in the Fall. They expect approximately 300 people in attendance, with at least 77 from city, county and state agencies. LinkSource Technologies® is "Going for Gold" and is excited to attend the upcoming CCISDA event on Monday, April 10th at Squaw Valley in North Lake Tahoe. The attendees of this event are CIOs, GISOs, ISOs, network managers, and other top-level management representing county IT in California.
“We’re really excited to attend this event. It’s a great place for intelligence gathering, education and networking. I like this event because it has an intimate setting with a wide range of people represented from C-level to Directors and everyone else in between. It makes our experience very valuable.” – Michelle Ulrich, Director of Marketing & Cyber Security Coordinator
CCISDA conferences strive to promote camaraderie amongst peers and provide education via the numerous keynote speakers, roundtable discussions and sessions. This conference features keynote speaker Don Crawley (aka. “The Compassionate Geek”) who will share the principles of “Customer Service for Geeks”. The conference also offers vendors an opportunity to exhibit and mingle with attendees.
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“This is a great opportunity for our team to connect with high-level officials from our local government and tackle topics that affect our state on a deep technological level. We are looking forward to meeting with key county personnel and getting to know them.” – Frank Mastro, Director of Sales
Michelle and Frank recently attended the TechWire Industry briefing facilitated by the Sacramento County Chief Information Officer, Rami Zakaria. Rami’s presentation was very informative and offered insight into how they’re doing things differently at the county level. Rami’s vision is clear and he seems very driven to push the county into the 21st century the right way.
Similarly, LinkSource takes a different, yet agile approach with their clients, both in public and private sectors. Their ability to be agile allows them to rapidly adapt to market trends, changes in their client’s business environment and find cost-effective solutions.
They believe in educating their clients about cutting-edge technologies while also taking an agnostic view of the vendor pool, which allows them the ability to assess their client’s business requirements with an open mind. This successful approach allows LinkSource to discover and vet first-rate companies and technologies in advance so their clients don’t have to.
LinkSource looks forward to partnering with many of California’s counties to help them navigate the complex and confusing technology landscape.
About LinkSource Technologies®:
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They are recognized technology advisors in the Telecom and Cloud Enablement industries and manage millions in annual client revenue for some of the most prominent global brands. LinkSource is known for thinking outside the box to create opportunities where others see obstacles. Their highly skilled, innovative team brings a fresh approach and perspective to common, and often complex problems. To learn more about LinkSource, click on the button below.
CCISDA holds membership on the Advisory and Executive Boards of the Government Technology Conference and Tech Expo Conference. The organization regularly provides speakers for both events in a variety of areas covering County government and technology. The organization meets officially in conference twice each calendar year (since 1957), usually once in northern California, and once in southern California. The conference covers a four-day period, and includes specialized course work, workshops, seminars and information exchange in the above outlined areas, as well as a complete show of new products and services by some of America's major information technology corporations. To learn more about CCISDA, please visit their website.