What is an Interest Network?
An Interest Network is a community of members who share a common interest or passion. NCTA members stay connected virtually and meet in person to build relationships and share information and best practices around a specific issue.
Interest Network Structure
Each NCTA Interest Network has the following organizational structure:
Provides a forum for members to exchange information so they might better mitigate ongoing IT security risks. Through the Cyber Security Network, members can share best practices around the protection of networks, computers, programs and data.
Provides a forum for members that do business with the State and hosts meetings featuring senior state officials to discuss how technology is procured and used in state government. Through the Government Vendor Network, members can dialogue with policy makers on challenges they face and how technology might provide solutions in efficiency and cost reduction.
Provides a forum that focuses on education and workforce priorities ranging from current talent demands, to curriculum and technology in schools, to promoting careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Through the Knowledge Workforce Network, members share insights and act to help support the development of world-class, well-educated students and workers to make North Carolina a hub for globally competitive companies.
Provides a forum for members interested in mobile and wireless technology. Through the Mobility Network, members from the provider and user perspectives can discuss the development and implementation of the latest mobile strategies.
If you would like more information or to be added/removed from an Interest Network, contact
Susan Gilbert, at 919.856.0393 or email Susan.