Wednesday 18 January | 13:00 (GMT) | Japan House, London
What lessons have been learnt from first generation? How can we avoid the pitfalls?
With the advent of cloud services covering every level of the IT stack almost a decade ago, government encouraged departments large and small to disaggregate their monolithic outsourcing contracts to take advantage of an increasingly commoditised marketplace; intending to reduce costs and increase control. However, such a transition required new service integration and management (SIAM) arrangements that were often difficult and costly to implement. Some were successful, many faced challenges.
The original contracts negotiated by a number of these organisations are approaching re-procurement. Others are contemplating adopting SIAM for the first time.
The cost of getting this wrong is potentially significant; failed procurements, failed deliveries, in-life delays and failures. Many painful lessons have been learnt over the decade, enabling smarter methods to be deployed.
Fujitsu has played a major role in the UK defence and national security sector during this time and has helped numerous organisations make the necessary adjustments to a SIAM way of working. In this discussion roundtable we will examine those lessons and discuss modern SIAM techniques by addressing the following issues:
CIONET and Fujitsu invite you to a roundtable at 13:00 on the 18th January at Japan House to discuss recent developments in SIAM in the defence sector and to share lessons learnt from early adopters. Use cases drawn from the sector will be discussed in order to drive discussion and exchange experiences with peers.
Find out more about the speakers and our panellists
A pioneer of today’s Internet in the seventies (at MIT) Roger Camrass has been helping organisations across the Globe harness the power of new technologies and methods for over five decades.As a thought leader, business executive and part time academic, Roger has introduced a succession of innovations including digital networking in the seventies, outsourcing and call centres in the eighties, business reengineering and third generation mobile networks in the nineties, e-commerce in 2000 and more recently cloud and 5G.
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