CISOA & 3CBG 2017 in Monterey

WTC Consulting, Inc. is proud to be a sponsor and exhibitor at the CISOA & 3CBG 2017 Conference.  This event takes place at the Hyatt Regency Monterey on March 26-29 in beautiful Monterey, California.  Participating in our 26th year as a sponsor, WTC will host the Grand Opening Reception from 5:00-6:30 pm on Sunday night in the conference Exhibit Hall.  More than 400 attendees and more than 125 vendors are expected for the conference.

The California Chief Information Systems Officers Association (CISOA) and the California Community College Banner Group (3CBG) have teamed up to hold this annual conference a fourth time.  The theme of “Securing Student Information” will highlight the importance of student information, how to capture, analyze, protect and store in a secured environment.  Founded in 1967, The California Community Colleges is the largest system of higher education in the nation, with 2.4 million students attending 113 colleges in 72 districts.

Founded in 1987, CISOA provides direction to information systems professionals in California community colleges and increases recognition of the value and necessity of information systems for effective planning and management of individual districts and the California community colleges as a whole.  The Organization offers its members a yearlong Certification Program that trains them to lead and manage technology organizations on their campus.

Founded in 1983, WTC delivers fact-based consulting services to higher education and healthcare clients.  We help organizations solve their most complex financial, technical, operational, and organizational issues related to information technology, networking, facilities, and telecommunications.   WTC has completed more than 1,200 engagements for 265 clients.

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