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Transforming Public Services 2024
Leveraging cloud, data and AI to build next generation services
Date: Thursday 21 March 2024
Venue: University of Strathclyde, Technology & Innovation Centre, Glasgow
Timings: Conference 08:30 – 16:30
Ticket Prices (including admission to reception)
GOVERNMENT ORGANISATIONS: FREE OF CHARGE
NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANISATIONS: £99.00
COMMERCIAL ORGANISATIONS: £199.00
The above ticket prices are our early bird ticket prices, available for a limited time only
Service technologies are helping organisations to harness the power of data, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things in a new wave of public service innovation.
Based on the desire in Scotland’s national digital strategy to design public services that work for us all, cloud-based technologies are one way to secure that aim: by ‘simplifying and automating the processes that underpin services to improve responsiveness and reduce the opportunity for things to go wrong’.
That aim will be reflected in a compelling agenda that brings together a wide stakeholder community involved in transforming Scotland’s public services. Whether it’s automating a service, or delivering a service at scale via cloud technologies, the conference is a gathering point to discuss the future of public sector IT in Scotland.
Join us in Glasgow as we bring together digital leaders across central and local government, the NHS and wider public sector in a networking forum with academia, third sector and industry as we chart a path towards public services that are quickly evolving from the ‘transactional to the transformational’.
2024 agenda coming soon
19 January 2023 | Session One: Transforming Services
Registration & networking
Transforming government services
Leveraging cloud, data and AI to build person-centred services and help Scotland thrive in the digital world
Maximising the value of data for Scotland
Harnessing data science and artificial intelligence to contribute to the health and wealth of society
Scaling local government services on cloud-based platforms to enable councils to innovate and deliver modern public services
Questions from the audience
Digital transformation priorities for Scotland’s public services. How can we harness cloud, data and AI for the benefit of our organisations and wider society?
Networking & refreshments
19 January 2023 | Session Two & Three: Parallel Masterclass Sessions
Making data transformational
How do we scale up using data to make Scotland, safer, healthier and more efficient?
AWS best practices for ransomware protection
Ransomware is not specific to the cloud—in fact, AWS can provide increased visibility and control over your security posture against malware. Raising your security posture is the first step to make it more difficult for a ransom event to occur in your environment. Whether you’re just getting started or already building on AWS, in this presentation we will give you the top 5 security best practices to help you protect your critical systems and sensitive data against ransomware.
Just because you can, do you think we should? Balancing the need for using data in new and creative ways with the requirement to protect individuals and society
An exploration of how we ensure we are creative and innovative whilst doing the rights things in terms of data ethics , meeting the Scottish Approach to Service Design and taking a citizen centred approach to designing new services.
Lunch & networking
19 January 2023 | Session Four: Leadership Sessions – Business Transformation & Sustainability
Embarking on a journey towards cloud: looking at public sector case studies to understand the benefits, risks and costs associated with large scale cloud migration programmes
Understanding how cloud-based technologies and renewables-powered data centres can help public sector organisations drive down energy costs and reach net zero
Networking & refreshments
19 January 2023 | Session Five: Leadership Sessions – Innovation
Harnessing the power of data analytics, automation, artificial intelligence and the internet of things to transform public services
Conference close & networking
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