Effective use of Information Technology enables the public and third sectors to deliver better services with less. In a time of austerity can your organisation afford not to be making the most of its Information Technology?
The Wales Audit Office, WLGA and Good Practice Wales held a free, interactive seminar to bring together the most up-to-date practices from across Wales and beyond. Delegates shared and learnt different approaches to Information Technology. By the end of the seminar, delegates were able to select from and adapt approaches to suit their own Information Technology needs, enabling them to achieve more with less.
You can watch the presenters discussing their contributions [Opens in new window] to the seminar.
You can also see ideas from the day [Opens in new window] that were shared on Twitter.
This seminar was aimed at Welsh public and third sector:
- Heads of Service in IT
- IT Management accountants
- IT Managers
The seminar consisted of two showcase sessions:
Presentation by Estyn HMI - Phil Sweeney [PDF 105KB Opens in new window]
Moving to external storage
Presentation by National Library of Wales - Einion Gruffudd [PDF 4MB Opens in new window]
Back from the brink: Disaster Recovery
And a choice of attending two of the following workshops:
Workshop by Renewables UK Cymru - Sara Powell-Davies and Nia Lloyd [PDF 498KB Opens in new window]
Doing things differently: Cloud Computing and Yammer
Workshop by Trinity St. David University - Wendy Xerri [PDF 317KB Opens in new window]
Going greener: Environmentally Friendly Computing
Workshop by Powys County Council - Andrew Durant [PDF 289KB Opens in new window]
Better together: Collaboration between Powys County Council and Powys Teaching Health Board
When and where
Thursday 12 November 2013,
0900 - 1300,
Wales Audit Office, 24 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11 9LJ.
Thursday 19 November 2013,
0900 - 1300,
Glasdir, Plas yn Dre, Llanrwst, LL26 0DF