The unprecedented events of the last 12 months have led organisations in the public sector to appreciate the real value of the data they hold, and its vital role in allowing them to deliver services to an increasingly expectant and demanding public. But, while there is optimism around the ability of organisations to explore new technologies that will unlock the value of data, as well as confidence in the skills of their employees to maximise the opportunities it offers for innovation, the reality seems to be that the tools aren’t yet in place to enable this.
Join Leighton James (UKCloud), Chris Feltham (Intel), Gavin Lloyd (Cisco) and Digital Reef between 10:00 – 11:00.
Digital transformation programmes can focus predominantly on replacing older processes, workflows and technologies with newer ones. However, the data that inputs to these new digital processes and technologies is the essential component. Important then that decisions on the future state of legacy architectures (both infrastructure and data) are modernised and multi cloud approaches are adopted in the light of requirements around data sovereignty and residency. This talk explores the areas that need to be considered to allow the transformative potential of data to be harnessed.
Join Shaun Collings, Pure UK Public Sector Regional Business Director from Pure Storage between 12:00 – 13:00.
Join Jason Durk, Head of Transport and Matt Pierce, Head of Cloud, Managed Services and DevOps from CACI between 13:00-14:00.
In order to reveal insights from data, organisations historically had to share, move or pool data. Multiple regulatory, security and privacy barriers meant that organisations could not access the knowledge present in their data or in the data of other organisations they work with. Advances in technology have changed this. Data can now be available for analytics while remaining under the control of the data holder. This talk explores how next generation technologies such as privacy enhancing techniques and federated learning enable organisations to get the insight they need from their data and from other organisations’ data without ever sharing the data through a complete solution that can be tailored to their security, privacy, data compliance and data governance requirements.
Earlier this year, UKCloud surveyed over 300 public sector organisations on their use of digital and data in line with the core pillars of the National Data Strategy.
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