Current Conferences and Events

Tuesday 18th July 2017, Cloth Hall Court Leeds LS1 2HA

NHS Digital is supporting the mandatory roll out of free WiFi access for patients and staff, in all NHS GP Practices by 31st December 2017 and hospitals and secondary care in 2018. A secure, stable and reliable WiFi capability will allow health and care professionals to deliver patient care more easily and to use mobile devices as part of their care delivery, while patients and the public will be able to download health apps, browse the internet and look up health and care information.

NHS delegates are invited to attend this one day programme of presentations, panel discussions and interactive dialogue. Project leads and IT leads in Clinical Commissioning Groups can expect to find out more about implementing NHS WiFi and the standards and requirements that they must meet to roll out WiFi.

This conference will benefit those that have yet to implement WiFi as well as those who have already started the process; delegates will have the opportunity to attend sessions hosted by NHS England and NHS Digital, engage with solution providers and network with their peers from across the NHS.

Given the tight timescales involved for both the programme and the conference we strongly advise that you book your free place today.





For more information, please visit http://nhswifinorth.publicsectorconnect.org

Thursday 20th July 2017, Church House Westminster, London SW1P 3NZ

NHS Digital is supporting the mandatory roll out of free WiFi access for patients and staff, in all NHS GP Practices by 31st December 2017 and hospitals and secondary care in 2018. A secure, stable and reliable WiFi capability will allow health and care professionals to deliver patient care more easily and to use mobile devices as part of their care delivery, while patients and the public will be able to download health apps, browse the internet and look up health and care information.

NHS delegates are invited to attend this one day programme of presentations, panel discussions and interactive dialogue. Project leads and IT leads in Clinical Commissioning Groups can expect to find out more about implementing NHS WiFi and the standards and requirements that they must meet to roll out WiFi.

This conference will benefit those that have yet to implement WiFi as well as those who have already started the process; delegates will have the opportunity to attend sessions hosted by NHS England and NHS Digital, engage with solution providers and network with their peers from across the NHS.

Given the tight timescales involved for both the programme and the conference we strongly advise that you book your free place today.











For more information, please visit http://nhswifi.publicsectorconnect.org

Wednesday 27th September 2017, QEII Centre, London SW1P 3EE

The Government Digital Service's statement that "the internet is OK" gave the clearest indication yet of the government's intention to look to the internet for its services.

With public sector organisations varying enormously in size, function, complexity and security requirements, what are the network options available to them in a post-PSN world? Is there a silver bullet solution to meet all user needs? Which options will satisfy which requirements? Is there a cost-benefit analysis to prove the point?

The Future of Public Sector Networks will address these and many other questions, delving into the pros and cons of all options and providing delegates with the information they need to prepare a business case for their chosen solution.

Clearly the nature of the WAN architecture selected will be dependent on the path to cloud adoption that each organisation chooses and therefore the key areas to be explored will include:

Direct cloud access
Indirect cloud access
SD-WAN
Hybrid WAN (MPLS+SD-WAN)
Secure Agile Exchange
Secure Internet Gateway

This conference is
FREE TO ATTEND FOR PUBLIC SECTOR EMPLOYEES so book your place and join circa 200 senior network specialists from across public sector to hear the latest thinking from high level speakers from government, examples of best practice, engage with solution providers and network with your peers.


For more information, please visit http://futurenet2017.publicsectorconnect.org

Wednesday 25th October 2017, Royal Armouries, Leeds LS10 1LT

The HSCN Summit provides a unique opportunity for all those who are involved in the migration from N3 and for those who are charged with creating and developing better links and routes for information sharing. This is your chance to engage with many of the organisations that will be delivering the new HSCN services. Find out what your options are for migrating from N3, when you can move away from N3 and quiz the suppliers face to face on why their HSCN services deliver the best value for money.

We invite all those with an interest in and responsibility for migration to HSCN to join with 150 plus of their peers from all areas of public service.

Please note that HSCN will be of great importance to you if you are working in –
•    The NHS
•    Local Government
•    Pharmacies
•    Emergency Services

*DIRECTLY EMPLOYED PUBLIC SECTOR PERSONNEL MAY ATTEND FREE OF CHARGE*


*Attendance is free of charge only to delegates who work for a public sector organisation, such as central and local government, NHS, police and fire services, education, government agencies and NDPBs, also third sector organisations such as charities and housing associations


For more information, please visit http://hscnnorth.publicsectorconnect.org

Wednesday 22nd November, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA

2017 is set to become a pivotal year for NHS property professionals. It is a year that will see CHP, NHS Property Services and other as yet unnamed agencies transition into a new single, central property body.

It is a year that will see the beginning of the implementation of the Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) by each of the 44 geographical 'footprints'.

It is a year in which pressures upon health and care services are forecast by many observers to reach new heights and crucially, it is the year when the Naylor Report recommendations start to be put into effect.

NHS Property 2017 (the sixth year of the annual event) will provide the perfect opportunity for circa 250 senior NHS personnel who have an interest in and responsibility for property and land, to come together with their peers to hear from the senior level policy makers, strategists and solution providers that the event always attracts.


For more information, please visit http://nhsproperty2017.publicsectorconnect.org
Current Events
HSCN Summit North 2017

Wednesday 25th October
NHS Property 2017

Wednesday 22nd November