Tired of just hearing about new technology instead of actually experiencing and using it? Well, at IACP 2013 from October 19 until 23, the Learning Lab Track gives you the opportunity to familiarize yourself with hands-on training.
If you’re wondering about how your agency can transfer to cloud computing, then you should check out the “Cloud Computing Assessment and Readiness: Everyone Is Talking about Cloud Computing – How Do You Know When Your Organization Is Ready for the Cloud?” workshop. This valuable experience can teach you how to make the jump to the cloud and reduce multitudes of internal computer file storage.
But what about mobile face recognition or data exchange, you ask? Well, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has you covered. See live demonstrations of the National Data Exchange (N-DEx), Next Generation Identification (NGI) facial recognition and mobile identification, and the Law Enforcement Online (LEO) Services! These tools can expand your department’s capabilities and efficiencies, so make this a must-see on your conference itinerary!
These unique workshops are available during the first two days of the conference, October 19 and 20. The benefits of attending IACP 2013 are numerous and the Learning Lab Track makes up many of those pros!
Our official conference website, www.theiacpconference.org, offers plenty of helpful information if you have any questions that need to be answered.