It’s time to accelerate Scotland’s digital evolution
Scotland has the vision, talent, capabilities and creativity to be a thriving digital economy
A new era of opportunity for Scotland
As technologies and markets advance and evolve, in Scotland, successful digital enterprises are emerging in all sectors. Of course, there are challenges: still more needs to be done to build digital inclusion, re-shape the workforce, grow digital maturity and ensure cyber security and resilience as the threat landscape evolves. Our Digital Vision for Scotland looks at some of the innovations and collaborations that are helping to realise Scotland’s digital ambitions.
Gavin Thomson, Senior Vice President – Scotland, Ireland, Wales and Big Data & Security, Atos UK
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Digital Vision for Scotland
Mapping Scotland’s digital future
New technologies bring huge potential to enhance people’s lives and transform organisations. Given Scotland’s unique resources and geography, this paper explores key opportunities and challenges for Scottish Government, organisations and citizens in the digital age.
Key topics – Digital Vision for Scotland
Scotland’s data economy
Why real-time data and analytics are on the critical path for new and established Scottish organisations – and what’s next?
Modernising Scottish public services
Radical change to increase public sector productivity, meet key policy objectives and integrate resources around citizens’ needs.
Questions of leadership
Public and private sector leaders are driving change to build Scotland’s digital enterprises of the future. Where are the key priorities and opportunities?
Emerging technologies to watch and their impacts across Scotland, from artificial intelligence, to prescriptive cyber security, to the Internet of Things.
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Atos sets out vision for Scotland in the digital age
Atos unveils its Digital Vision for Scotland, highlighting the dramatic effects of new technologies and Scotland’s potential in the global economy
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Senior Vice President – Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and Big Data & Security, Atos UK & Ireland
MSP Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Economy and Fair Work, Scottish Government
MSP Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs, Scottish Government
The Business Services Association
Regional Director, Institution of Civil Engineers Scotland
Chair Enterprise and Skills Strategic Board, Scottish Government
Executive Vice President, Nordea
Account Director – Scotland, Atos UK&I
Chief Executive, East Renfrewshire Council and Chair of the Local Government Transformation Board
Client Executive, Atos UK&I
CBI Scotland Director
CEO, Scottish Business Resilience Centre
Clay van Doren
Chief Operating Officer and Deputy CEO, Atos UK&I
Chief Operating Officer, Major Events, Atos
Business Development Director – NHSScotland, Atos UK&I
Head of Service Improvement, Practitioner Services, NHSScotland
Director, Caburn Health
CEO, The Data Lab Innovation Centre, Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, The Tech Partnership
Polly Purvis OBE
Partner – Utilities, Atos UK&I
Head of Digital Strategy & Architecture, Scottish Water Digital Directorate
CEO, FinTech Scotland
Head of Portfolio, Atos UK&I
Customer-Centric Design Analyst, Atos UK&I
Client Executive Partner – NHSScotland Account