Global E-Government Forum 2014

R-Style Lab will take part in Global E-Government Forum 2014 which will be held in Astana, Kazakhstan from 6 to 8 October 2014. This year Kazakhstan hosts the event which is devoted to the Smart Governance for Sustainable Development: New Opportunities of Partnership in the Network Society. The country has already undertaken considerable efforts in ICT and E-Government while the Forum helps encourage the move towards Smart Government even more.

The main goal of the event is to bring together the providers of the quality E-Government and Big Data management solutions, state representatives of different government bodies, researchers engaged in Big Data, Grid Cloud Computing and Information Systems Architecture as well as a selection of public organizations interested in that topic. More than 700 participants and speakers from about 50 countries of the world are going to visit the event venue in Astana and deliver their own ideas on the topic.

R-Style Lab is going to take part in the event. What’s more, Antonina Binetskaya – Head of quality and process improvement department of our company, will be among forum speakers. R-Style Lab is engaged in delivering complex software solutions and keeps an eye on the leading market trends. Big Data Management & Processing as well as Smart Government has been around for quite a while. Having delivered a range of solutions in the fields, R-Style Lab is particularly interested in the topics. The Forum is a chance to share the company’s vision and experience as well as learn about emerging technologies, innovations and forecasts from known industry leaders and experts.

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