Live Meeting (Webcast): Information Governance in the Public Sector (Friday March 20th)

The next Live Meeting in our series on how you can optimise the use of Microsoft technology to improve the economy, efficiency and effectiveness of Public Sector ICT will focus on information governance and assurance.

This Live Meeting explores the Microsoft technologies that enable Public Sector organisations to address the security requirements of the recent Data Handling (Cabinet Office) and Data Sharing (Information Commissioner’s Office) reviews.  During this Live Meeting our experts will provide you with an overview on:

·        Microsoft technology for establishing a secure ICT infrastructure and protecting confidential information ‘at rest’ on devices and ‘on the move’ for an increasingly mobile workforce

·        Microsoft customers and the benefits they are realising from applying Microsoft technology to their information governance challenges


Our experts will demonstrate, with practical examples from Public Sector organisations, how Microsoft’s approach to information governance can enable the secure deployment of public services online, including the new services that will be enabled by Government Connect that links local authorities to central Government data via GCSx.

What the Live Meeting will cover:

11:00    Opening remarks and Live Meeting guidance

Microsoft and Information Governance

Questions and Answers

12:00    More information and next steps


When the Live Meeting takes place:

Friday March 20, 2009: 11:00 – 12:00


How to take part:

Simply click on the link below for more information and to register to take part. You will automatically be sent your access details to connect to the Live Meeting on Friday March 20th at 11:00:


Microsoft and Information Governance


All we need is 1-hour of your time at your desk, in front of your PC/web browser and Microsoft experts will explain how you can get more out of your investment in Microsoft technology by implementing flexible and mobile working solutions that improve information access and increase staff productivity.

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