Tuesday 9th May, 2017
The Seminars will take place from 12.15 – 13.00.
Delegates will be able to attend one seminar at the event. No pre selection is required – delegates will be able to select which session they attend onsite.
Become a Change Agent for Business Transformation
Peter Dunn, Account Director – UK Public Services, Rimini Street Limited
The UK government deficit reduction programme is aimed at producing more efficiencies and savings, however current digital services in central government cannot meet changing demand without innovation. Government departments are disillusioned by out-of-control technology costs, and IT funds that could be invested in innovation are lost maintaining current systems.
Join this interactive session to learn how government organisations and local authority’s are liberating people, time and money from costly ongoing SAP and Oracle maintenance — and investing in strategic initiatives that create real-world competitive advantage.
Disaggregation and Corporate Services – The pivotal new role of the Service Desk
Mark Petty, Director, Littlefish
Stop the press, disaggregation works! But a highly effective, customer aligned (but potentially not delivered) Service Desk is crucial to success. And there are emerging opportunities to expand the benefits across the Corporate Services scope. Join us to find out more.
The collective consciousness of government departments is to regain control of their IT estates. As a result, IT disaggregation is gathering pace. Government departments find themselves able to take advantage of dedicated skillsets and a specialist multi-vendor approach once more. With the Service Desk being a powerful and natural extension of the service management function, the possibilities for increasing scope into other corporate service provisions present a real opportunity to drive greater consistency, increased efficiency (and hence VFM), and an enhanced end user experience. Listen as we share how your own organisation can use this opportunity to the fullest advantage.
How specialist providers de-risk your adoption of Cloud First
Simon Vernon, Senior Cyber Consultant, e2e-assure /Rob Demain, Founder and Director, e2e-assure / Leighton James, Director of Cloud Strategy, UKCloud
In this session UKCloud, the leading Cloud Hosting provider in G-Cloud, will explain how they have engineered and adapted their award winning cloud platforms to underpin the Government Transformation Strategy by providing assured cloud hosting optimised for both cloud native and traditional pre-cloud applications. UKCloud has unparalleled experience and specialism as the cloud destination for hundreds of UK public sector projects. And UKCloud has more than 250 partners, like e2e-assure who have specialised skills and services to help customers migrate to, and operate securely within assured cloud environments.
e2e-assure will describe how their capabilities helped a public sector organisation migrate complex systems into a cloud environment that benefited from enhanced security monitoring and operations powered by e2e-assure.
IBM Cloud Object Storage (ICOS)
Phil Newman, Senior Pre-Sales, IBM
Your content is diverse and growing rapidly. IBM Cloud Object Storage turns your storage challenges into business advantages. It gives you flexibility to store your data in private, hybrid or public cloud to help reduce storage costs while reliably supporting both traditional and cloud-native workloads for enterprise mobile, social, analytics and cognitive computing.
Learn about hybrid cloud object storage that adapts to your workload needs.
Why UK Public Sector are Rapidly Adopting the Enterprise Cloud
Hardev Sanghera, Senior Presales Engineer for UK Public Sector, Nutanix
Public Sector IT organisations are in a state of transition as they modernise legacy infrastructure, tools and processes to keep pace with business demands. Working with Nutanix, a growing number of UK Public Sector organisations are deploying a hybrid cloud solution that combines the simplicity and scale that public cloud offers.