Event Details

IT Strategy Briefing 2016 South

In such a dynamic environment how do we make sense of the tools on offer and focus on future-proofing our organisations? How do we challenge ourselves to focus on the end user as human beings at work rather than the corporate perspective of devices, platforms, mediums and controls?

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The fourth annual IT Strategy Briefing (ITSB16) will be held in the South for the first time this year at the McLaren Technology Centre. IT Lab will be mixing thought leadership with practical application, showcasing innovative uses of technology and talking through the emerging trends and opportunities relevant to all organisations.

ITSB 2016 provides a platform for passionate leaders and technologists to find inspiration and a chance to network with their peers.

*Please note this event has already taken place.

View Highlights from ITSB16 south

Keynote Speakers

Bryan Glick

Editor in Chief at Computer Weekly

Bryan is the Editor in Chief of Computer Weekly, the UK’s leading business technology publication. He is responsible for managing and developing all of Computer Weekly’s editorial content, covering the Computerweekly.com website, blogs, video, podcasts, web seminars, social media, events, community, the 200,000-circulation weekly digital magazine and the CW500 IT leadership group.

James Akrigg

Head of Technology for Partners at Microsoft

James has worked in and around the IT industry for over 29 years, which includes the last 14 years at Microsoft in the UK.
His passion for technology and what it can do to deliver real value and benefit to organisations of all sizes and to individuals is clear to see when he presents. James is able to simplify how to use a mix of technologies to deliver solutions in today’s challenging commercial environments

Lucie Glenday

Insights and Innovation at IT Lab

Lucie joined IT Lab in January 2016 to lead the Insights and Innovation Consultancy service.
Prior to joining IT Lab she was Chief Digital Officer at Surrey County Council; responsible for creating join up across local public services, and Head of Business Transformation at Government Digital Service working with large central government departments and agencies.

Michael Batemen

Principal Consultant at IT Lab

Michael is an experienced management
consultant, with a background in a range of
sectors and disciplines. The development of
strategies and operating models for a wide variety
of organisations is something in which Michael
has extensive experience.when you need it.
Cost-effective and fully compliant with ITIL best
practice.

Event Agenda

8:30am – Arrival, refreshments and Expo

9:30am – Welcome with Peter Sweetbaum – IT Lab and Craig Charlton – McLaren Technology Group

9:50am – The Changing Digital World with Michael Bateman – IT Lab

10:20am – Technology Industry Insights with Bryan Glick – Computer Weekly

11:00am – Refreshments and Expo

11:40am – Insights and Innovation with Lucie Glenday – IT Lab

12:20pm – The Modern Workplace with James Akrigg – Microsoft

13:00pm – Summary and Close with Mark Summers – IT Lab

13:15pm – Lunch and Expo

13:30pm – McLaren Technology Centre Tours
The Tour will include: a unique insight into the McLaren Honda Formula One manufacturing facility, the historical collection of cars, trophies and the home of the McLaren Technology Group

Exhibitors

Delegates will also have the opportunity to see a number of market-leading IT vendors, including Microsoft, Dell and Okta, showcase latest technologies at the ITSB16 Expo.