Microsoft is running a programme of workshops on Building User Trust in Public Services, in several cities throughout April and May. These workshops will provide you with the opportunity to understand our strategy for identity management in the delivery of public services and include a series of presentations, customer examples and practical demonstrations.
By attending the workshop you will find out how the Microsoft identity and trust platform can enable public sector organisations to transform their service delivery for employees, partners and citizens.
The workshop introduces you to Microsoft’s approach to managing identities securely online. In our workshop you will find out more about:
- Microsoft’s approach to integrating identity, security and privacy for the delivery of online public services
- Customer examples of applying secure identity management to the delivery of public sector services
- Practical demonstrations of the Microsoft identity model and how we address information security; citizen access; inter-agency working; identity management within a local authority; complying with data protection; and ensuring privacy for the citizen
The Building User Trust in Public Services workshops focus on the key business drivers for secure identity management in the delivery of public services and provide an ideal opportunity for Chief Information Officers, Heads of IT, Heads of Customer Service, Security and Compliance Officers to find out more about the Microsoft technology roadmap and practical solutions for identity management in the public sector.
You can review the agenda for each workshop and register to attend here:
|EDINBURGH ||Tuesday April 15th||Register here|
|LONDON||Wednesday April 16th||Register here|
|WAKEFIELD ||Thursday May 1st||Register here|
|MANCHESTER||Friday May 2nd||Register here|
You can also register by phone on 0870 166 6658
Posted by Ian