Public Sector data management in a complex multi-cloud world

Jan. 28, 2021 | 2:00 - 3:30 PM GMT

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How can Public Sector organisations regain control of data to reduce costs, complexity and improve governance?

The 2020 UK&I Public Sector Databerg report uncovers the truth at a time of increased pressure on services and budgets as our Public Sector faces both historic and new challenges. In this session, we look at the key findings of the independent research, carried out by Vanson Bourne. 

In this session, we will openly discuss the data management challenges facing the Public Sector and how organisations are overcoming them.

Join us to discuss:

  1. The impact of COVID on IT priorities in the Public Sector
  2. How prepared is the Public Sector for a ransomware attack?
  3. The current data management challenges & priorities facing our Public Sector

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