Sync i — April/June 2015, #2


Sync is a magazine for tech executives who believe that the success of technology itself depends on the strength and insight of technology leadership. In the pages of Sync, you’ll find compelling stories from tech executives about how they’re harnessing the power and potential of the digital revolution to grow their teams, their companies, and their careers.

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“A public sector for the digital citizen”

FREE — Released 1 April 2015

We are all digital citizens. We belong equally to our local community and our Facebook and LinkedIn networks. We use Twitter as our town square. We share our visual world via Instagram. We Facetime our families and Skype across time zones. We use our screens as portals to our peers.

We “like,” we comment, and we “upvote.” We demand efficiency. We prize innovation. We expect connectivity. And we expect our public institutions to do the same. “We the people” would like to know what the public sector has to say.

Also inside: AcuitasGov makes the case for open government; Cy Fenton on retail’s response to cyberthreats; Isaac Sacolick is the portrait of the new CIO; and keeping a focus on the end user with Jag Madan

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