Build Back Better with Cloud Webinar

Back in March, the UK Government published ‘Build Back Better’ plans for investment in digital innovation and infrastructure. Since then, organisations across the public sector have been navigating hybrid working models with staff and attempting to address issues around digital connectivity and accessibility for citizens.

Our forthcoming virtual learning exchange taking place next week on 17th June – ‘Build Back Better with Cloud’ – will provide an opportunity to discuss how key pockets of the public sector are approaching these challenges. Our panel of expert speakers include one of the UK’s largest national charities, a Housing Group and a network of Schools.

Who are our speakers, and what are they speaking about?

Discussion will be facilitated by Mark Blanchard, Public Sector Director of GovNews, and will feature the following speakers addressing a specific topic:

Sahil Patel, Contracts and Monitoring Manager, Mind Hackney

Sahil will share how mental health charity, Mind, has driven valuable efficiency savings using communication platforms.

Leah Smith, Marketing Manager, Together Housing Group

Leah will discuss how Together Housing Group, which manages 36,000 properties, are tackling digital literacy in UK housing.

Derek Crabtree, ICT Support Manager, Merton Schools Improvement

Derek will shed light on how schools across Merton have handled data protection, connectivity & digital poverty in pupils.

Andy Murphy, Technical Director, Pescado

Andy will provide expert insight into how Cloud leaders, Pescado, have built thoughtful ways to connect staff and customers, and what the future of post-pandemic Digital Transformation holds.

Why should you attend?

Fast approaching Thursday, 17th June at 11am, this virtual discussion will reflect on the progress various public sector organisations have made towards digital transformation, the lessons they have learnt along the way and what the hybrid future looks like post-pandemic.

Pescado have teamed up with GOVNews to deliver what promises to be a valuable and insightful 1-hour discussion you won’t want to miss – register to attend for free.