An independent assessment of the rate and direction of cloud computing adoption in the the UK public sector to date from Jessica Figueras. This session will cover:
In our opening plenary keynote we outline the UK government’s digital transformation strategy and role of cloud computing in the mix.
Cloud computing industry thought leaders in conversation with Chairman Stuart Lauchlan to debate and discuss the cloud and digital government agenda items of the day.
No Powerpoint, no sales pitch, just advice, guidance and insight.
In our annual update on the progress around G-Cloud, Assistant Director and Head of Strategy of the Digital Commercial Programme & Digital Marketplace Warren Smith outlines the successes and previews what’s coming next.
Government leaders are now expected to find ways to adopt technological innovations to enhance service delivery and increase citizen and business satisfaction against a backdrop of reducing costs, deficits and debt. A sound strategy from the outset will enable any government agency to have a cloud based offering as a value added part of its organisations framework. But how has this worked in reality?
Our buyer-led Practical Cloud case studies are designed to highlight best practices, the lessons learned from successful projects and how to leverage the benefits of cloud and digital technology in the public sector.
Five Digital Framework cloud services providers.
Ten minutes each to make their elevator pitch.
Usual Just A Minute rules apply.
The clock starts…now!
Join us for the second section of buyer-led Practical Cloud case studies that are designed to highlight best practice alongside the lessons learned from successful projects that leverage the benefits of cloud and digital technology in the public sector.
Modernising the UK’s MOT testing service & moving to a new cloud platform in 10 weeks.
A selection of interactive seminar sessions providing delegates with an opportunity to explore distinct aspects of key importance to the agenda.
Throughout the day you’ve heard from the great and the good in public sector cloud. You have been told about the future plans for the Digital Marketplace and G-Cloud frameworks; you’ve seen practical examples of how government agencies have used digital and cloud technology to improve their efficiencies and their offerings and you will now have a clear picture of the growing opportunities each of the procurement frameworks provided by the government offer to you as a public sector executive.
This final session now provides you with the opportunity to ask some important questions of our diverse panel of industry leaders and sector figureheads. What do you need to know to enable the creation of a more successful digital government?
Take this chance to ask the questions that matter to you and your teams.