Your business needs to understand where Personal Identifiable Information (PII) is held, and how it is processed.
Across the public sector, organisations are getting to grips with digital transformation, and a key step on that journey is the creation of a foundation on which new services can be implemented ..
This white paper examines the issues, process, and technologies which can be adopted to provide public sector organisations with a springboard to the cloud.
Matthew McGrory, Managing Director at Carrenza will be presenting ‘Springboard to the cloud’ on the first day of Local Government Strategy Forum to an audience of carefully selected C-suite executives and directors in local government.
We do a lot of work in the Public Sector, and the buzz phrase du jour is ‘digital transformation’. The Government Digital Service is pushing it, Central Government is encouraging it, and Local Government is digitising more and more citizen services daily.
Springboard: For organisations looking to move to consuming more public cloud services, but who may have already invested in complex onsite infrastructure; some of which seems too difficult to move.
We recently ran a series of GDPR events in partnership with Grant Thornton which proved popular in terms of attendees and ‘live-stream’ viewers. To make this briefing available to a much wider audience, it has been published YouTube.
There are still a lot of unknowns when it comes to Rule 41 – especially as government administrations change, new data protection rules across the world come into force (such as GDPR)
It’s a daunting prospect to move away from your current supplier – the technology landscape for enterprise IT has changed dramatically and the skills you need in-house today across AWS certified engineers to cloud architects are not yet readily available.
How to choose a GDPR compliant cloud service provider and the questions you should be asking