Welcome to techUK's Cloud Week!
Tom Henderson, IoT & Smart Cities Programme Manager, welcomes you to techUK's Cloud Week.
Welcome to techUK's Cloud Week!
Yesterday marked the beginning of techUK’s Cloud Week. Stay tuned for news, views and insights from some of the world’s leading cloud computing experts, who will be sharing their perspectives on how the UK can evolve in order to remain at the forefront of cloud adoption.
On Wednesday, we will also be launching our Cloud 2020 and Beyond report which outlines the key areas we need to focus on to ensure organisations can unlock the full power of the cloud.
techUK will be sharing guest blogs, press articles and daily tweets that highlight what action is needed to drive greater cloud adoption and maturity in the UK. Our members and other industry experts will be contributing blogs on the following key issues during the week:
- Monday - System interoperability, connectivity and data portability
- Tuesday- Public sector adoption of cloud
- Wednesday- Regulatory/ legal frameworks underpinning cloud
- Thursday - Security of cloud services
- Friday - Environmental implications of cloud
You can join the debate and discussion on social media using #futureofcloud and visiting us on twitter via @techUK or keep up to date with all of this great material by visiting the links below:
Monday - System interoperability, connectivity and data portability
Oliver Johnston-Watt, Marketing Director at Blockchain Technology Partners (BTP), discusses how BTP is leveraging both Kubernetes and Hyperledger Sawtooth to accelerate the adoption of blockchain by businesses.
Andy Campbell, Global Solution Evangelist at FinancialForce, explores the importance of system interoperability and data portability to the future of the UK cloud ecosystem.
Ian Moyse, Industry Cloud Influencer & Director at Natterbox, discusses the how strategically aligned cloud computing can enable innovation.
Jon Payne, Database Engineer at InterSystems, outlines some key challenges relating to cloud native development.
Adrian Dumbleton, Enterprise Account Director at Domo, highlights the importance of system and data portability to the UK's emerging innovation ecosystems.
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How Greater Manchester is putting residents at the heart of digital innovations07/05/2021 16:05:00
Guest blog: Phil Swan, GMCA Digital Director as part of our #DigitalPlace week.
Adopting a citizen led approach to reinventing service delivery through artificial intelligence and robotics07/05/2021 13:05:00
Guest blog: Elizabeth Ajayi – Liz is PwC Consulting CoE lead for intelligent automation in the UK. She also leads PwC’s local public sector Intelligent Automation team which is currently supporting multiple council’s across the UK with their automation journey.
The power of big data in understanding & shaping community development07/05/2021 09:05:00
Guest blog by Dr Jamie Samson, Head of Data Science and Insights, MindFolio on how the public sector can leverage the power of big data.
X marks the spot - or does it?06/05/2021 16:25:00
Guest blog: Kate Lindley, Service Lead for Digital and Data at Socitm Advisory as part of our #DigitalPlace week.
Digital tools for collaborative net zero placemaking06/05/2021 13:05:00
Guest blog: Natalie Record, Housing Lead at Connected Places Catapult on the critical role of systems thinking and digital tools to deliver net zero places.
Using technology, data and insight to create a new customer experience across local government06/05/2021 10:20:00
Guest blog: Simon Freeman, Managing Director for Capita Local Public Services, and Chris Melia, Capita’s Customer Experience Director for Local Public Services, discuss the challenges that local government has faced during the Coronavirus pandemic. As part of our #DigitalPlace week.
techUK welcomes the announcement of a new Enhanced Trade Partnership between the UK and India06/05/2021 09:05:00
techUK welcomes the announcement of a new Enhanced Trade Partnership -with digital being one of its key priorities – intending to begin work towards a UK-India Free Trade Agreement and enhanced collaboration in our industry.
PDS launches Social Media Management & Engagement Framework05/05/2021 16:10:00
The Police Digital Service (PDS) has launched a Social Media Management & Engagement Framework for policing, blue light services and local authorities, paving the way for increased consistency in service delivery to the public, with potential for a central triage point for all public interaction.
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