GTEC Webinars is a complimentary product offering developed to continue the conversation and provide the public sector community with the opportunity to regularly hear from industry experts and invited thought leaders.



The Fight Against Cybercrime Starts with Your Endpoints

March 23, 2016

As our online world evolves, network endpoints—which include desktops, mobile devices, servers and kiosks—are proliferating at a rapid pace, making organizations increasingly vulnerable to cyber threats. Traditional security solutions—such as anti-virus and anti-spyware software—can’t keep up, and no longer offer sufficient 24/7 protection against today’s sophisticated cybercriminals. In this webinar you will walk learn about the critical elements of a modern security infrastructure.


How eSignatures Enable Digital Transactions for Government Organizations

November 18, 2015

Government agencies and departments are modernizing the way they do business with staff, suppliers and citizens. Going digital – removing paper from operational processes – is an important strategy towards improving costs, accountability, security, efficiency and productivity. In this educational webinar, we help you understand how electronic signatures can fit into your digital strategy and answer the most common questions raised by government workers.


IT Security: Are You Spending Enough—or Too Much?

October 28, 2015

Investing in IT security is a necessity in today’s online world—particularly for oft-targeted government departments. That said, while you can never be too safe, it is possible to overspend on security. To adequately protect your department from breaches without unnecessarily overextending your financial resources, you need a strategy. This webinar offers information to assist you in creating a financially sound long-term IT security plan.


Sharing Knowledge Across Social Communities

October 8, 2015

Every government department is faced with the need to reskill its workforce to keep it relevant. Doing this effectively is a challenge because so much of the expertise resides with its people rather than in structured learning courses. Knowledge needs to flow horizontally across peers; not just vertically. Learn how a social learning community can help your department blend collaborative knowledge exchange with engaging video content and virtual classrooms to ensure employees are continually kept up-to-date.


Delivering a Single Web Presence for the Government of Canada to Better Serve Citizens

September 24, 2015

As part of its commitment to better serve citizens and businesses, the Government of Canada (GC) launched a multi-year Web Renewal Initiative (WRI) to make its online information and services easier to find and use through a single, user-centric website at GC departments and agencies will migrate their active content into and use web services for web publishing and hosting, web search, web analytics, online citizen engagement and social media account management.


Driving Big Data Value and Insight in Public Sector Organizations

August 27, 2015

Most government departments and agencies are thinking about or evaluating Big Data strategies and approaches to determining how these technologies can reduce costs, risk, and improve decision insights. Learn how these organizations are implementing proven solutions to ingest, profile, cleanse and analyze massive amounts of data – both structured and unstructured – and how you too can achieve success with Oracle and Cloudera.


Content Unleashed: from Browser to a Mobile First World in Government

October 16, 2014

The shift to Mobile through the exponential growth and usage of smart phones, tablets and related mobile applications are dramatically changing the way people live, work, and play. It is also impacting how governments must engage with its employees, as well as the citizens and businesses that it serves, if it is to continue to be at both relevant and effective today and into the future.


Digital Experiences and Innovative Engagement

October 9, 2014

At its core, successful “government from the outside in” has a simple mission — to deliver government services that are so engaging that citizens want to use them. Join Shawn Cruise, Area Vice President, Public Sector for Adobe Canada to understand Adobe’s vision for digital government and what you can expect to find with Adobe at GTEC.