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There’s no doubt that the public sector landscape of today is very different to what was needed when many of the services, infrastructure, processes and departments were originally created. There’s an ever increasing pool of innovative solutions to help reengineer, redefine and refocus. The question is, how can these solutions and services be successfully utilised in the public sector? Transformation is rarely a smooth journey. Effecting large-scale transformation whilst balancing public expectation and need, widespread operational, policy and process change, limited budget and resource and maintaining the highest level of security, all under the watchful eye of the press and public is a unique blend of considerations and challenges.

Public Sector transformation is a key theme at Cloud Expo Europe 2019. Through our line-up of expert speakers, thought-leaders and leading vendors we’ll be exploring how emerging technologies are bringing huge opportunities for public sector organisations. What can be done to make it as easy as possible for central and local government to leverage technologies. The developing innovation strategy. How the ambition to transform services, increase productivity and grow the GovTech sector is being realised and much more.

We’ll be covering the private-public partnership. Addressing the skills gap. Ensuring government data is good data, the data and personalization opportunity. Smart devices leading to smart choices, the impact of virtual learning in the educational sector. Low-code and no-code, maximising existing infrastructure and much more.  If you are leading or implementing digital-led change in a public sector organisation join us at Cloud Expo Europe to meet a host of service providers, vendors, consultants and partners that are approved through a number of Government Frameworks and have a wealth of experience in delivering successful projects to transform and drive operational efficiency across a wide range of public sector organisations.

Speakers confirmed for 2019 included:

  • Arjun Panesar - Head of AI - Diabetes.co.uk
  • Paul Lodge - Chief Data Officer - Department for Work and Pensions
  • Sarvi Eastell - Founder & Tech Advisor - All Party Parliamentary Group on Blockchain
  • Jonas Svensson - Head of Global Innovation & Technology - UNOPS (United Nations Office for Project Services)
  • Vincent Biret - Head of Technology - Medicalchain
  • Letitia Seglah - Independent advisor - European Commission
  • Amit Patel - Director of New Ventures - Bupa                                        
  • Danny Wootton - Head of Innovation - Ministry of Defence

 

  • Adam Gwinnett - Head of Enterprise Architecture and Cyber Security - Metropolitan Police
  • Nathan Pierce - Program Director - Sharing Cities, Greater London Authority
  • George Economides - Team Leader for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles - Oxfordshire County Council
  • Dan Clarke - Smart Cambridge Programme Manager - Cambridgeshire County Council
  • Chi Onwurah - Shadow Minister of Industrial Strategy, Science and Innovation - UK Parliament

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    Under the partnership, LBG will get the full force of Microsoft Managed Desktop: Office 365 productivity tools, Microsoft-managed security and feature updates, and a cloud-based "advanced device solution" to support the group's currency management. 

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    The telco, which boasts over 325 million subscribers, currently serves over 500,000 small and medium-sized businesses and startups in the country, in addition to 2,500 large businesses.

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    In a blog post on Thursday, the company’s president Brad Smith said: “While the world will need to reach net-zero, those of us who can afford to move faster and go further should do so.

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