National Association of State Technology Directors (NASTD) West/East Seminar

March 27 – 30
Santa Fe, NM

Planet is proud to be a sponsor and active participant in the National Association of State Technology Directors (NASTD) West/East Seminar. Members of our executive team, including Executive Vice President of Business Development & Delivery Steve Winter, SLED & Commercial Operations CTO Demetrias Rodgers, and West Region Vice President Jennifer Dodd, will represent Planet Technologies in Santa Fe. They are excited to reconnect with partners and show state & local government officials from the East and West regions how Planet can assist them in better serving their citizens with our award-winning team and technology.

Hiring, training, and retaining a cyber workforce is one of the significant challenges for state and local governments, and Planet can help with our Managed Services – including O365 Advantage and Sentinel Advantage.

  • O365 Advantage helps align the capabilities of M365 with your organizational strategies. We ensure you get the most out your investment, providing access to industry professionals who are equipped with the knowledge & skills to help you when needed.
  • Sentinel Advantage service combines the benefits of Managed Sentinel with Extended Detection and Response, allowing for faster breach detection and remediation and deeper telemetry across your cloud, end user and IT environments.

Each of Planet’s Managed Service offerings can be tailored to meet unique needs from our government clients, ensuring that we are an extension of your team and helping to fill any technical or strategic gaps. Put your trust in a state and local government cloud partner with 25 years government knowledge and experience working with more than 30 states!

Contact us to find out more!

The NASTD is a member-driven organization whose purpose is to advance and promote the effective use of information technology and services to improve the operation of state government. It’s members include information technology professionals from the 50 states, divided into four regions, and the private sector. State members provide and manage state government information technology services and facilities for state agencies and other public entities, often including hospitals, prisons, colleges and universities. These members also play a strategic role in planning and shaping state government technology infrastructures and policies. Corporate members provide information technology, services and equipment to state government.

More information: NASTD 2023 West-East Seminar