If you're of the fire & rescue persuasion and work in IT, we have a treat for you coming up - here are some details of a great event taking place in London in December which will underline the importance of using the 'cloud' more in the emergency services (which could even help you make huge savings and be more efficient at the same time). In other words, you can't afford to miss it!...
Cloud Computing for Fire & Rescue Services
Microsoft Technology Briefing
Tuesday December 11th 2012. 09:30-16:00.
As Fire & Rescue services continue to look for cost savings and more innovative ways of working, Microsoft is seeing a significant interest in how to apply cloud computing to ICT and business challenges.
With the newest releases of Microsoft technologies, we are making it even easier for Fire & Rescue services to apply cloud computing to their use of ICT to address business requirements, cost-effectively.
Our technology briefing on Cloud Computing for Fire & Rescue Services on Tuesday December 11th is your opportunity to hear from, and meet with, Microsoft experts and our partners about the latest developments in Microsoft technology for Cloud Computing – our public, private and hybrid cloud solutions from desktop to datacentre.
Our agenda for the day includes insights into the latest and future developments in Microsoft technology for cloud computing and provides you with to discuss your specific cloud computing requirements with our technology specialists and cloud solution partners.
Find out more at the Microsoft Cloud Computing for Fire & Rescue Services - Technology Briefing at Microsoft London on Tuesday December 11th. Microsoft Customer Centre, 100 Victoria Street, London, SW1E 5JL. Directions HERE
Reserve your place now, either online (Event code: 4F0B51) or by phone on 0870 166 6680 (Event code: 5853).
Registration & refreshments
Overview of the day
Keynote: The world of devices & services
Office 365 – Productivity & collaboration in the cloud
Windows Azure – Application in the cloud
Private cloud solutions for datacentre flexibility
The new world of client devices with Windows 8