Government Computing Presents: Digital Transformation for the Public Sector27th April 2017, London, UK
Government Computing will return to London on the 27th April 2017 to discuss the latest challenges and opportunities in public sector technology in a post-Brexit era. We’ll be bringing together IT leaders from across central and local government to examine how the sector can meet the twin challenges of ever present budget cuts and greater demands on services. With efficiency and modernization at the forefront of government policy, the need to share experiences, success stories and new ways of working has never been greater.
We’ll be joined by GlobalData Analysts who’ll be delivering exclusive insight into the latest trends impacting the sector and will be on hand to offer tailored analysis.
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Content and sessions focused on how to deliver now, not what five years’ time might look like
For the past few years, so-called “Digital Transformation” has been hailed as the central enabler of change and modernisation in public services. In the UK public sector, or more accurately, in Whitehall, the Government Digital Service (GDS), a once upstart organisation now ‘maturing’, has led this digital transformation and become has synonymous with its movement.
Cloud computing might be older than you think, however it’s actually been around us for just a couple years. It was originally introduced in early 70’s but only around 2009 technology companies started seeing a huge increase in demand for space in technology devices. That led to more scientific research into cloud computing, and in 2013 it became a highlydemanded service.
2015 saw delegates gather from across the UK to explore the latest technological advances being utilised in the public sector.