There is no doubt the pandemic has seen the rapid deployment and adoption of tools and technology across the health sector, seen in virtual/remote clinics, home working, and the digital advances that have improved access to care.
The result has seen patients being empowered, as well as an increase in momentum and the earlier than anticipated use of remote patient monitoring that can anticipate and predict demand. In fact, it has been said that “4 years of Digital Transformation has taken place in 6 weeks”.
As such, the next challenge is "what next?" - is it the start of sustainable transformation with technology, or will there be a return to the previous normal? A NHS leader has recently said it will be "back to better"; join this webinar to find out what that actually means and where the opportunities lay.
RecordedJul 3 202063 mins
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Professor Stephen McArthur, CTO at Bellrock Technology
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.
Clinton Richard Etheridge, Senior Pre-Sales Consult at ibi, a TIBCO Company
A crises 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.
Heath Grove, CEO & Tony Boyle, CSO at Sundown Solutions
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.
Panel from UKCloud, Crown Commercial Service and Social Value Business
With new measures put in place from Jan 2021, businesses seeking to win government work must set out how they will also deliver on Government’s social value priorities and a social value will be a key criteria (a minimum of 10% of the overall score) within the assessment of all central government contracts.
But, Social Value has become a bit of a buzzword that can easily misconstrue the true benefits to the UK. Our panel will discuss the principles and outcomes that should be considered and encompassed by this term.
With representatives from Social Value Business and a guest speaker from Crown Commercial Services (invited), our panel will cover the eight areas identified as part of Social Value – from the Economy and the Environment through to Health, COVID recovery, Education and Skills.
Andy Tait - UKCloud, Phil Twiss - University of Manchester
Join this webinar to find out how UKCloud was able to save the British Library and the University of Manchester money in year — by moving to a subscription licensing model (VLS). UKCloud are the only UK organisation that has productised the VMware Licence Service (VLS) capability and our resident in house expert Andy Tait as well as a special guest speaker from the University of Manchester will guide you through:
• What VLS is and what it can deliver for your organisation
• How to add on features and licenses as needed through our flexible pay-as-you-go model
• How to optimise the platform in order to prevent any bill shock
• How moving to an OPEX model can support a future cost modelling strategy
There will be a live Q&A at the end of this session so bring your questions and find out how a new way of thinking about your licensing costs could save your organisation money in year.
As the digital era continues to evolve, strategic partnerships in tech are set to become even more important.
Together with our community of partners, we continue to advance the UK’s national capability in a variety of ways. On one hand, we are providing better outcomes and better efficiencies through the use of digital technologies in the public sector. On the other hand, our partnerships foster a community with a collective vision to grow and develop the UK technology sector as part of the post-Brexit industrial strategy.
To build upon and explore the benefits of strategic partnerships in a tech era, we're delighted to host our “Powered by Partnerships” event at 3pm on Thursday 10th December 2020.
15:00 Welcome with Selena Cooper, Director of Partners, UKCloud.
15:05 The Power of Community (followed by a live Q&A) with Nicky Stewart, Commercial Director, UKCloud.
15:40 Powered by UKCloud with Chris Eldridge, Director of Operations, Mayden and Dave McConachie, Chief Commercial Officer, Bellrock Technology.
16:10 The Power of Partnerships with Henry Godwin, NEMEA Director of VCPP Partners, VMware.
Jonathan McDonald - Charles Russell Speechlys LLP, Owen Sayers - Secon Solutions LLP and John Godwin - UKCloud
The recent invalidation of the EU-US Privacy Shield framework by the European Court of Justice has far reaching impact for organisations that rely on the free flow of data between the EEA and the US. Our webinar will focus on both the immediate steps that need to be taken as well as the longer- term implications of the judgement in the context of Brexit.
Our expert panellists will be Jonathan McDonald, partner and lead of the data protection and privacy practice at Charles Russell Speechlys LLP and Owen Sayers, Enterprise Architect and data protection, privacy and security specialist with extensive public sector and law enforcement experience. Jonathan and Owen will be hosted by John Godwin, UKCloud’s Director of Information Assurance and Compliance.
During the pandemic, it’s become more apparent than ever of the need for healthcare organisations, local councils, third sector and voluntary groups to be able to work together to deliver the best care. But delivering new care models with integrated information is really difficult when information doesn’t easily and securely flow across different systems. In this presentation, Paul Targett, Managing Director RIVIAM Digital Care, share’s his insights from recent customer projects where RIVIAM’s interoperable cloud services have been used to transform care delivery, improving lives.
The transition to a cloud-first approach for digital healthcare solutions has been part of the roadmap for most leading healthcare organisations’ digital strategy. As the volume of digital healthcare enterprises in the market continues to expand, alongside the capability of each product or service to provide value add to healthcare provision and patient experience or outcomes, it is vital that we move to a cloud-based ecosystem of interoperable solutions that enable a streamlined user experience greater than can be achieved by siloed products. We present our experience of the interoperability challenges faced in healthcare, utilising a case study of the accomplishments possible through integrated solutions
Mayden’s iaptus predates Instagram “SaaS” and even “Cloud” as a widely used term. 13 years ago selling a patient record system to NHS trusts that they didn’t keep on servers in their basements felt obvious but was probably foolhardy. This is the story of Maydens’ journey from squashed servers in Co-located data centers to the cloud.
IMMJ Systems are the UK Market leading provider of Electronic Document Management solutions (EDMS) specifically to the Healthcare sector. Their next generation and market leading Clinical EDMS MediViewer is now widely used at more than 15 major Acute Hospitals in the UK, which is no mean feat for a company that only started in 2015. IMMJ Systems has developed a rapid deployment approach during the global pandemic to support implementing their technology to support new virtual ways of delivering patient care. They are going to talk about one specific project that emerged in March of this year, under the cloud of an emerging global pandemic and how they and UKCloud worked together to set up, implement their technology to support virtual clinics in record time.
Sevenoaks District Council, Pembrokeshire County Council and UKCloud
Years of austerity and tight cost control have resulted in 'make do' actions and older infrastructure, which compromises the overall security, resilience and scalability of IT in Local Government. In this talk, our panel will discuss how to reduce the time, cost and risk of modernising existing IT so local authorities can deliver innovative citizen services rather than merely maintaining or building IT systems.
Even before Covid-19, many public sector service delivery teams were on the path to modernising their IT ecosystems utilising emerging and existing technologies. As IT estates grow, its important that you have full visibility across the environment and maintain cost controls. Join this session with Opsview to learn about monitoring legacy IT infrastructure as well as newer technologies and how you can achieve that elusive single pane of glass.
Rob Bullock, Connexin and Adam Jennison, Hull City Council
Rob Bullock Chief Sales Officer at Connexin, will be joined by Adam Jennison – Principal Lead for Smart Cities within Hull City Council to discuss how Hull is becoming a leading smart city. They will be discussing why Hull City Council developed a smart city strategy, the challenges they faced to implement it and how these challenges were overcome. Hear how Connexin are supporting Hull City Council through the provision of programmable infrastructure and supporting a data driven approach to service delivery.
Accessing information to continue delivery of service to Citizens and students is a challenge in the new mode of hybrid working. Bringing together unstructured data from both paper and other digital sources into a single view is a key enabler for good service delivery. This session will explore how intelligent information can be surfaced in a single application and accessed any time, any place to enable employees to be productive and continue delivery of key services.
IT resilience is a new concept for many public sector organisations, and a number have not yet developed a robust strategy around this. What are the challenges hindering public sector IT resilience maturity and why are traditional methods not working? Hear how UKCloud and Zerto can help you achieve IT Resilience regardless of where you are in your digital journey.
In our opening keynote of the day, Steve Lawrence, CGO at UKCloud will be joined by special guests Malcolm Whitehouse, CIO at the University of Manchester and Tom Zebedee, CTO at Ofsted to discuss how they have overcome the challenges of modernising legacy IT at their respective organisations. Our panel will be discussing how they have overcome the blockers to cloud within their organisations, how they’ve developed an affordable and actionable IT modernisation strategy that saves money and how that enables greater adoption of digital technology in order to drive a future innovation agenda.
Gerry Cantwell spoke at the recent DTDT20 Event and set out the following points in his presentation: current supply chain challenges, supply chain collaboration needs, how cloud technology might help and how defence can enable change.
Andy Webb, Director of Products and James Maynard, Solution Director - UKCloud
In this webinar, Andy Webb, Director of Products, and James Maynard, Solution Director, will discuss how as a Crown Commercial Service (CCS) strategic supplier of multi-cloud services to the UK Public Sector, UKCloud’s G-Cloud 12 portfolio provides even more choice and options, secure solutions, and expert support to help public sector organisations navigate the journey to cloud.
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