Government Computing

27 April 2017

Grange City Hotel
8-14 Cooper’s Row

MyLife Digital is excited to announce it will be presenting at the Government Computing Show, ‘Digital Transformation for the Public Sector’, at Grange City Hotel, Tower Hill, London, on 27th April 2017.

The show offers a critical opportunity to look at the challenges and opportunities in public sector technology, as well as sharing insights into the latest trends impacting the sector from leading industry experts.

James Bagan, Sales Director, MyLife Digital, comments, “Since the Government published its digital transformation strategy, the public sector, from the NHS, through local authorities, and up to central government, has been facing the very real challenge of how to deliver on it.”

“This year’s event will provide the perfect opportunity for MyLIfe Digital to show how we are help organisations rethink their collection and use of the public’s data to improve outcomes.”

Like every organisation, the public sector will be subject to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) when it comes into force in May 2018, demanding greater accountability and transparency from all organisations that collect, store and analyse personal information.

Presenting at the show, MyLife Digital will outline how it can help government departments and local councils deliver the digital transformation strategy and prepare for the GDPR via its Consentric Platform, Permissions, Engage and Value Index.

Using the MyLife Digital Consentric platform, with individual consent at the heart of the system, consent data can be collected, collated and shared to provide informed insights for research, policy, and planning. The Consentric platform also gives the opportunity for organisations to engage with their service users, collect data in real time and become a single source of consented data throughout the organisation.



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