Antalya to host summit on improving IT use in Turkey’s public
Ankara More than 500 information technology experts will gather in the Turkish Mediterranean resort of Antalya next week to discuss ways of improving IT use in Turkey’s public sector.
During the summit, slated for November 16-19, over 40 successful public IT projects will be presented to pool best practices as well as speeches from 150 senior public sector figures, Head of the Public Informatics Association Izzet Gokhan Ozbilgin said.
The summit, which will be held under the banner of “Explore Potential with Informatics”, will see more than 50 public institutions awarded for their work in IT.
First Vice President of the Association Yakup Sivka told Anadolu Agency the event would bring together the public sector and private entrepreneurs.
The summit will be an opportunity to introduce and disseminate the projects of public institutions, he said, pointing out that the project will be published in a book format to ensure that institutions can jointly use the projects.
Sivka said that domestic software and hardware would be at the forefront in the IT sector. He added that the Storage Area Solution Project, which allows large storage space at local facilities and was partly developed by Anadolu Agency, will be presented at the program.
Source: International Islamic News Agency