Transforming collaboration in Local Government with Microsoft Teams
Register to attend and find out how Microsoft Teams is radically improving teamwork
Thursday 14th February 2019
10:00 - 14:00
1 Suffolk Place, London SW1Y 4HX. View Map
Who should attend: IT & Technical Decision Makers, Business Owners, Managing Directors
In order to deliver improved services to the public, Local Governments are revolutionising how employees collaborate and are redefining teamwork with digital innovations that deliver greater efficiencies. With cities and counties facing the same workplace collaboration issues as other organisations (with the added challenge of remaining compliant with rigorous privacy, security and other regulations enforced by the central Government), this transformation is even more remarkable. However, how exactly can this transformation be achieved and more importantly regulated?
Microsoft Teams is radically improving teamwork by providing a sleek platform which integrates popular Office 365 apps with audio, web, video conferencing features for seamless and secure collaboration. In this exclusive workshop, GCI and Microsoft will explain how Teams is helping Public Sector bodies improve efficiencies and drive collaboration more securely than ever before to support the Public Sector’s digital transformation strategies. We’ll also explore both the technical and user adoption challenges of Teams and how you can overcome them, as well as giving you a deep insight into what tools and applications can complement the transition to greater collaboration.
What you get at our exclusive event:
- Expert advice from Microsoft’s leading Modern Workplace Specialist, Stuart Leddy
- Real examples of how organisations from Education, Local Government and Not-for-Profit associations have achieved real digital transformation using Microsoft technologies
- Knowledge on how to prepare your organisation for Teams adoption to ensure compliance, security and efficiency
- A focus on the next steps you can take on your journey to enabling the Modern Workplace in your organisation
10.30 Stuart Leddy, Modern Workplace Solution Sales Professional at Microsoft - hear how Microsoft are helping transform the Public Sector. Stuart will talk about how Microsoft are introducing transformative technology to support organisational change and give examples of businesses they have already helped to successfully adopt Teams.
11.15 Lyndon Evans, Microsoft Partner Director at GCI - See how Teams is bringing together the power of Office 365 to help organisations adopt new ways of working.
12.30 Developing your Teams roadmap - Teams is a sophisticated yet simple application that can help your digital transformation. We talk about the appetite to change, mapping your business objectives, planning your technology stack. Are you ready for Teams, and what does that really mean for your organisation?
13.30 Who is GCI?
YOUR EVENT EXPERTS
Stuart Leddy - Modern Workplace Solution Sales Professional at Microsoft
Stuart has been part of Microsoft for more than a decade, working in various roles the Cloud & Enterprise Business Group. Currently, he is responsible for working with a number of local and regional government and healthcare customers to help them understand how the Modern Workplace solutions from Microsoft – including Office 365, Skype for Business, Teams), Enterprise Mobility & Security (EMS) and Modern Desktop (Windows 10/Surface) - can benefit their organisation. Prior to Microsoft, Stuart studied a joint BA/BSc (Hons) in Business at the University of Hertfordshire.Connect on LinkedIn
Lyndon Evans - Microsoft Partner Director at GCI
Lyndon is a passionate IT evangelist who has focused exclusively on developing Microsoft UC and Cloud Solutions for the last 10 years. He holds P-Seller status with Microsoft, helping to articulate the benefits of technology and its deployment. In his current role, Lyndon works closely with Microsoft and GCI’s Sales teams, orchestrating and directing a sales focus built around Microsoft’s Productivity, Azure and Cloud platforms. Lyndon is also a Fellow of the British Computer Society and holds an MSc in Computing.Connect on LinkedIn