The Cloud's Silver Lining: The Impact of Cloud Computing on Public and Private Sectors
Federal Government Affinity Group
The Cloud has been touted as an immense source of cost saving and innovation. It is now being recognized by the federal government and many companies in the private sector, but does it really make the grade? Disruptive innovation can change, recreate and even build entire industries—is the Cloud truly reinventing the way not only the private sector is doing business but the Federal Government as well? Join current thought-leaders working in both the private and public sectors to discuss how the Cloud is impacting and changing business practices now and in the future.
Colonial Parking - 1625 Massachusetts Avenue (202-295-8220)
The garage in the Washington Center is open from 7:00 am until 8:00 pm weekdays during the fall and spring semesters (7:00 am until 7:00 pm during the summer semester). While you cannot enter the garage after 8:00 pm, you may exit until 10:45 pm. Parking is a flat rate of $6 after 5:00 pm, otherwise, it is $8 per hour or $15 all day. Enter the garage from Massachusetts Avenue or 17th Street. It is recommended that you arrive early or park at 1616 Rhode Island Avenue
Colonial Parking - 1616 Rhode Island Avenue
Parking is also available at the 1616 Rhode Island Avenue parking lot, next door to the University of California (one block away). The lot is open from 6am until 10pm, weekdays only. There is no entry after 6pm and you must exit the lot by 10:00 pm to prevent being towed. Parking is a flat rate of $5 after 5pm on weekdays, or $8 for the 1st hour, or $15 for a full day.
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School DC Center is conveniently located near two Metro stops: Dupont Circle (south exit) on the red line (two blocks away) and Farragut West on the blue and orange lines (five blocks away).