Innovations such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) are here to stay and evidence suggests that AI can deliver real value to serious adopters, making it more urgent than ever to accelerate your digital transformation. Join us from 10am on the 17th February where we will showcase a selection of our partners who are delivering AI solutions amongst other innovative technologies in the public sector.
Heath Groves, Chief Executive Officer for Sundown Solutions will be joined by Chief Strategy Officer Tony Boyle to discuss how they have overcome cross organisation (and platform) interaction during a global pandemic, all whilst ensuring the requirements for security, sovereignty, legislation, and Brexit were met in a world where home working has become the norm, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is commonplace and the need for cross agency interaction has never been more prevalent.
Join Heath Grove, CEO & Tony Boyle, CSO from Sundown Solutions between 10:00 – 11:00.
A crisis will always lead to disruption. However, greater situational awareness can ensure preparedness, reduce the effort spent on analysing on-going emergencies, distribute correct information, and prioritise the most essential resource within the public sector: our people.
Join Clinton Richard Etheridge, Senior Pre-Sales Consult from ibi, a TIBCO Company between 11:00 – 12:00.
The continual growth in data gathering technology fuels a vision of operational and business value through leveraging data driven solutions. Many organisations are struggling to rapidly implement and harness this value. Join Professor Stephen McArthur as he describes the challenges and how AI itself can be used to overcome them, quickly and effectively, to deliver cloud-based data and AI-driven products.
Join Professor Stephen McArthur, CTO from Bellrock Technology between 13:00 – 14:00.
The majority of public sector IT remains in traditional, non-cloud environments. So, to find out why, UKCloud surveyed more than 300 public sector organisations, and asked them about the challenges that are impede adoption of cloud.