Date: Thursday, September 03, 2020
Duration: 1 hour
For government and not-for profit organisations, IT architecture plays a key role in how they think about modernising their businesses.
IBM’s public cloud foundation on open technologies, leading security capabilities and deep industry expertise are integral elements to why these organisations are choosing IBM Cloud. We help integrate and move mission-critical applications onto the public cloud with long-term confidence.
In support of the One Government Cloud Strategy, this webinar will explore the key themes of The Cloud Playbook: vendor lock-in, open standards, migration challenges and how public cloud fits in.
- Find out about IBM Public Cloud’s market leading open and secure capabilities
- Gain insight into the specific commercial benefits for public sector in the UK and the key offerings which can enable your journey to cloud
- Through case examples, understand the innovative solutions to grow while addressing the security and compliance needs required to mitigate risk
- Ask your questions to IBM’s Public Cloud team in live Q&A
UK Government and IBM sign Public Cloud agreement to accelerate innovation across public sector. Learn more in our press release
VP Public Sector at IBM UK
Janine is an accomplished driver of innovation within complex organisations, and an agent for change and transformation. She uses her passion for inclusion and nurturing future talent to achieve this. She is currently the Vice President for Public Sector UK and serves on the board of IBM UK FSL Ltd, Janine has successfully led businesses within IBM spanning multiple industries (Distribution, Telco, Media, Utilities and Energy and Systems Division). She has a broad range of business disciplines under her belt, including Sales, Operations and Finance. Her fundamental belief that people drive the success of any organisation means that she mentors many individuals, and also serves as a curation Manager of TED X Kingston Upon Thames.
Category Director for Software and Cyber Security at Crown Commercial Service
Sal Udin is a commercial executive, delivery & change leader, who has worked in complex & challenging environments in the public and private sectors. This includes line responsibility in major departments of state for categories including Estates, FM, Food, Overseas Aid Budget, Security and Technology. Before Joining CCS, Sal was the Interim Commercial Director at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office. Sal has a track record of problem solving and working with senior stakeholders and suppliers to deliver innovative solutions and significant savings, and is an expert at using SRM and negotiation to maximise the value that buyers obtain from contracts over their life.
CTO Public Sector UK at IBM
Sharon Moore MBE is passionate about innovation that matters and applying it in the context of the challenges her clients face, such as mounting technical debt and ever-changing priorities as a result of macro events. As IBM CTO for Public Sector UK Sharon is close to the direction of public service and the needs of citizens, and identifies how technology can support and accelerate that journey. She inspects technology trends for their value to inform her clients how these can help shape public service for today and of tomorrow. She’s shared stories at GovTech 2019, the Public Sector AI Summit, and other events that provide insight as to the difference technology can make. Sharon takes an active role in shaping technical thought leadership within the public sector; for example, in leading IBM’s contribution towards ‘The Cloud Playbook’ recently delivered as part of the One Government Cloud Strategy.
IBM Public Cloud Leader, UKI
Mark run’s IBM’s Public Cloud business in UK & Ireland. He has extensive experience in the IT market having led Watson AI, and multiple services teams during his almost 20 year IT career before taking over the leadership of IBM’s Public Cloud business last year. He is passionate about technology and how it can transform all parts of our society by bringing new ideas and tools to everyone.