Papers Sought for IEEE Professional Conference on Information Systems Governance Challenges
LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 22 March 2014 – The IT Professional Conference, co-sponsored by IEEE Computer Society and the US National Institute on Standards and Technology, is seeking papers on information systems governance challenges.
Set for 22 May at the NIST facility in Gaithersburg, MD, the conference will explore the new approaches, needs, business imperatives, tradeoffs, and strategies that enterprises, public organizations, and nonprofits must understand in order to overcome those challenges. Registration is free.
Papers can come from industry, government, or academia, and address new challenges, showcase successful applications, highlight issues that deserve further study, or illustrate new theories, technologies, or techniques. Manuscripts must be submitted by 1 April.
Topics of interest include:
- Information systems testing/assurance and cybersecurity
- Integration and testing of emerging technologies
- Software product lines
- Smart machines and cognitive systems
- Mobile devices and mobile apps
- Medical devices and healthcare systems
- Biometric systems
- 3D printing and bioprinting systems
- Gamification systems
- Internet of Things
- Hybrid and personal clouds, and more.
Organized by IEEE Computer Society's IT Professional magazine, the conference will bring together IT professionals and managers from industry, government, and academia to explore the challenges and the solutions.
IT Professional is a bimonthly publication of the IEEE Computer Society for the developers and managers of enterprise information systems. Coverage areas include emerging technologies, Web services, Internet security, data management, enterprise architectures and infrastructures, software development, systems integration, and wireless networks.
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