09 November 2020

DT20 event: Tuesday 24th November

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We’ve all had to adapt in the last few months. And there’s never been a better time to create new, agile ways of working.

So we’re hosting a new event. The theme? Digital transformation with a focus on Wales and the South West. This two-hour chat is going to be centred on:

  • Economic growth
  • Equality
  • Efficiency
  • Collaboration
  • Workplace evolution
  • 5G, data protection and security
  • Green tech innovation in Wales and the South West

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And more.

We’re tailoring our talks to senior leaders of public and private sector organisations, who really want to speed up their digital transformation journey.

Join us for a virtual event - packed with insights and discussions - and discover our plans to take digital technology in Wales and the South West beyond limits. As well as hearing from us, we have invited speakers from businesses in Wales and the South West who will take us through their digital journeys – with connectivity at the heart of their plans. You can get involved too. Join us from 9:30 for pre-event networking and have your say in our panel discussion and Q&A before the event closes.

Hosted by Nadine Dereza Award-winning journalist and presenter

Agenda - 24 November at 10:00 – 12:00

09:30 Networking (optional)

10:00 Welcome

10:15 Reshaping the future of work
Check out the lessons from the global remote working “experiment”, and how workplaces could evolve in the future. Nicola Millard, Principal Innovation Partner at BT, will discuss the changing function of offices and the rise of the droid with Artificial Intelligence/automation in workplace transformation.

10:35 How can 5G bring Wales and the South West to life?
What makes 5G such an exciting opportunity? Fotis Karonis, CTIO BT Enterprise, will reveal all that’s round the corner for people and organisations in Wales and the South West with 5G technology.

10:55 Embrace digital change without compromising the safety of your private data or your reputation
Steve Benton will discuss how you can ensure that your business has a fully flexible and secure infrastructure to effectively manage the growing concern of security threats.

11:15 Green tech innovation
Ian Caveney will cover BT’s Green Tech Innovation platform, which enables us to work collaboratively with customers to develop break-through green technology and reach Net Zero.

We’ll close with a panel discussion and Q&A with our speakers for any questions you may have.

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