The Southern IT Forum’s June meeting was held at Microsoft’s offices in London towards the end of last month.
The session started off with a presentation from Microsoft’s public-sector cloud strategist, Jeremy Tolmie, who took the group through IT transformation trends and Microsoft’s cloud services. He was followed by Steve Hughes, a Microsoft technology solutions specialist, who gave an insight into the deployment of Windows 10 (including IE11 migration), Windows Phone productivity and management, and mobility and universal application development. The morning session ended with a sneak preview of Microsoft’s new Surface Hub for collaborative working.
After lunch, the group discussed a range of topics, from the deployment and embedding of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, deployment of Windows 10, learning environments, and software licensing costs.
The Forum is a well-established forum for senior IT managers who work in the housing sector in London and the South of England and it has around 100 members. For further information about the Southern IT Forum, please email Jonathan Creaser, RHP’s head of ICT at email@example.com.