25 June 2018

Dispelling the myth: future networks whitepaper

Dispelling the myth: future networks whitepaper image

Digital transformation is a priority for today’s CIOs looking to open up new opportunities, drive greater flexibility, improve citizen experiences, and make operational efficiencies.

But, there are new technology challenges and choices to be made — migrating to the cloud, supporting organisational change and securely managing an ever-increasing amount of data, to name just a few.

Forward-thinking CIOs are already taking advantage of cloud-based IT services, but struggle to get their infrastructure to keep pace.

In this white paper, BT explains how Intelligent Connectivity offers a new way to build and manage networks that are fit for the digital age – more flexible, easier to manage and more secure.

It gives a sound overview of future networks and examines some of the reasons why all organisations – including local government – should be looking to increase their network’s IQ so they can make smarter decisions.

Click here to download the White Paper for free.

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Compliance Officer

Chelmsford City Council
Grade 5 - £22,494 per annum
Chelmsford City Council is looking for an enthusiastic, logical and inquisitive person to investigate potential inaccuracies in Council Tax discoun... Chelmsford, Essex
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Head of Service – Finance and Property and Statutory Section 151 Officer

Denbighshire County Council
Up to £88,321
This is a fantastic opportunity for a forward thinking effective leader to play a pivotal role in shaping the service to... Denbighshire (Sir Ddinbych)
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Approved Mental Health Professional (AMHP) - Numerous Jobs

Kirklees Metropolitan Council
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Numerous opportunities have arisen across the Kirklees area. The AMHP hub responds to MHA assessments and there is no caseload responsibility. Kirklees, West Yorkshire
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Business Support Officer

Royal Borough of Greenwich
£27228 - £28215
Do you have excellent business support and data analysis skills and want to contribute to safeguarding children in Greenwich?  Greenwich, London (Greater)
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Social Worker

Selby District Council
£29,636 to £34,788 per annum
Are you a Social Worker seeking a new challenge? Selby, North Yorkshire
Recuriter: Selby District Council

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