Autumn event roundup

Latest news and updates from Content and Code 28/10/2015

Welcome to your future

We had over 50 attendees from every type of business imaginable at our Digital Workspace – the future of work event on October 21st. Taking place at Microsoft’s Cardinal Place, Tim Wallis, CEO at Content and Code kicked off the morning with a brief introduction and quiz. Our Microsoft Communication experts, Steve Goodman (MVP) and Steve Crompton followed by talking about the features that make up a Digital Workspace, then we heard from Nintex who discussed automated workflows. Arup, who we have worked with extensively in the past, finished off the info-packed morning by discussing their experience of implementing a Digital Workspace and the benefits and challenges they’ve experienced along the way. Afterwards everyone enjoyed lunch and left feeling excited about the future possibilities of a Digital Workspace and what it means for their business.

Steve Crompton, Enterprise Social and Office 365 Consultant
Enjoying breakfast at the Duck and Waffle

Up in the clouds talking about….clouds

Everyone enjoyed breakfast with a view at our Cybersecurity event on the morning of October 22nd, held at the Heron Tower’s Duck and Waffle. We had a number of Senior IT representatives from various FSI companies attend, who were keen to hear advice from our Microsoft guest speaker, Henk Van Roest (EMEA Security Program Manager). Henk discussed some of the key cybersecurity considerations companies need to be aware of when transitioning to the cloud, and shared examples of successful moves to the cloud within the banking and finance industry. If you’d like us to keep you posted with information about future events, contact us today.

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