Smart Regions & Connected Communities

Public Sector organisations across the UK are collaborating more than ever before with a view of delivering improved services while continuing to drive efficiencies

This collaboration is increasingly at a city and regional level and involves different types of agencies coming together with the ultimate ambition of building an infrastructure that will enrich and empower the lives of its citizens.

But what are the key technological challenges and opportunities facing UK Public Sector organisations both locally, as they look to transform their own businesses, and regionally as they look to collaborate and drive positive outcomes?

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Analytics & Big Data

The Cloud

Digital Identity

Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things

Cyber Security & Trust

Find out how your organisation can take these key technological challenges facing the UK Public Sector and turn them into opportunities transform your own organisation, increasing collaborate and driving positive outcomes in our On-Demand Webinar Series – Smart Regions & Connected Communities.

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The concept of a region being ‘smart’ doesn’t mean lots of sensors and AI, it’s the natural evolution of the Public Sector. It’s data driving outcomes, it’s a modern agile workplace that delivers productivity and empowers citizens, its regions having the infrastructure to secure investment and retain talent.

We hope you can join us on this journey, so please register for whichever dates work for you.

If you can’t make any of the above dates, please register anyway and we will share the recording with you after the webinar.

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