Connected Virtual Experience

16th September 2020,  11am – 1.30pm BST

Are you ready for the new future?​

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Many UKI businesses have transformed themselves in response to COVID. But what next?

  • Has COVID changed your organisations digital ambitions?
  • Has large scale homeworking created a new dynamic for cyber protection and business processes?
  • Is now the time to be digitally cautious or ambitious?

What do you think? We would like to know.

World class experts from Atos, Google Cloud, Dell Tech and VMware are going to be debating these and other big questions on 16th September in a virtual event.

A taste of areas we will be exploring


DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION/HOMEWORKING

You have responded to COVID – but now what?

  • Has large scale homeworking created a new dynamic for cyber protection and business processes?

DECARBONISATION

COVID has changed the carbon footprint of most businesses, so is now the time to adopt a net-zero carbon strategy?

  • We all know that we need to achieve Net Zero carbon emissions. But does your organisation know how it will achieve this?

TRUST

COVID has brought a step change in the public’s attitude towards digital services – but how does this change public sector strategy?


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Atos Journey 2024 thought leadership report

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Our vision for the evolving world of Business, Society and Technology.

As we journey toward 2024, we expect that the impacts of deploying digital technologies will become less predictable and manageable. Significant and disruptive advances in technology areas such as artificial intelligence (AI), quantum computing and the Internet of Things (IoT), together with wider societal and environmental shifts, will lead to a variety of disruptions that we refer to as Cusps and Event Horizons. These have the potential to derail even the most established business models and ways of living.

Insightful content from our event partners

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Contact us

Portrait of expert

Alison Griffiths

Connected Experience Marketing Lead


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