Cloud Computing for the Modern Council Webinar 9:30am
The modern workplace is causing councils to have to adapt to a fast-changing IT landscape. Organisations who don’t modernise risk being out performed by their peers, and through using services that are already included in your organisations Microsoft 365 licensing companies can improve communication, collaboration, productivity and security. Key applications and services we will be focusing on include:
- Manage agendas and minutes
- Microsoft cloud applications
- Microsoft Teams
- Microsoft Planner
- Microsoft Bookings and Forms
- EMS (Enterprise Mobile + Security)
- Protecting your data – Information protection and Identity and access management
- Cloudy App Security
SLCC Members – £30 + VAT Non-Members – £35 + VAT
Claim 1 CPD point for attending this webinar!
Joining instructions will be sent to you 3 weeks before the event and your invoice will be sent before the event. We advise that, on receipt of the joining instructions, you are liable for any fees incurred in order to attend the event.
15th January 2020, 9.30am – 10.30am
There will be another session starting at 11am if you cannot make this time-slot.
About the Presenter – Chris Watts
Chris Watts is a Training and Modernisation Expert helping organisations work in perfect harmony with today’s technology. He has worked on major initiatives, including playing a major role in the development of the (highly successful) ATLAS project (designed to link all the advice agencies in Aylesbury Vale).
His IT expertise includes GDPR, Office 365, Microsoft Software, Apple Products, Sage Accounting, Hardware, Networks, Cloud Computing, Storage & Security, Antivirus & Malware, Charitylog & Crossdata, Mentor CASH, Propeller CRM, Project Management & Implementation.
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