Tony Mackelworth discussed 'How Licensing Will Have an Impact on Your Technology Selection', and highlighted some of the key licensing considerations and recent announcements and what effect these may have on the decision-making process for remote working.
Caroline Longhurst, IT Project Manager, Virgin Atlantic, discussed the status of their BYOD policy, highlighted the challenges they've faced and what points that should be taken into consideration when implementing a BYOD strategy.
Garry Lengthorn, Director of IT Services, SThree, discussed why 'Good' Technology was implemented, what went well during the trial and what lessons they've learned.
Nick Littlecott, Head of Architecture, discussed Centrica's BYOD policy and their jorney that focuses on user choice and device agnostic services.
Chris North, Information Security Manager, Gazprom, discussed Gazprom's BYOD policy, their acceptable use policy, data privacy and their terms and conditions for use.
Download a copy of Huw Weller's presentation highlighting his experience of Benchmarking and the lessons learned by his organisation.
Lynne Nicholson, Product Manager at HM Land Registry gave a presentation with the assistance of Len Craig, Technical Architect. They discussed how the Register Extract Service delivered benefits to the organisation.
Balaji Anbil, Strategy Manager at Centrica discussed the role of the IT function with the advent of Cloud.
Gill Furlong, Head of IS Strategy, Essex County Council discussed the structure of the Council's IT Strategy and how they react to change.
Rob Pringle, Director of Global IT at Gazprom Marketing & Trading discussed how strategy is set within his organisation along with how it's measured and evaluated.
Simon Turner, Group IT Director, Haymarket Media Group, presented a case study on their move to GoogleApps, detailing the challenges, solutions and the benefits reaped.
Rohit Talwar, CEO of Fast Future, described how aligning strategies to future business needs can bring success.