Nov
27

Manchester: Windows 10 Technical Advisory in Healthcare

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09:30 - 14:00 GMT
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Join Softcat for our Windows 10 Technical Advisory Seminar in Healthcare.

Are you about to start or currently planning to deploy Windows 10 for your organisation? Join our seminar to hear from our experienced team of specialists as they discuss key stages of delivering Windows 10, including real-life examples of what makes a successful migration.

Presenters

  • Jack Lewis, Softcat Technical Architect
  • Adam Harding, Softcat Chief Technologist

Members of the Softcat Microsoft Team will also be available on the day.

Agenda

  • 09.30 Arrival with tea, coffee and light breakfast
  • 10.00 Kick off and introductions
  • 10.10 Session 1 - What’s new with Windows 10 by Jack Lewis

An overview of what’s new in Windows 10, including; Windows 10 edition differences, Windows-as-a-Service (Windows 10 update and servicing model), Modern Management methodologies, AutoPilot, Microsoft Store for Business, Windows Analytics, Windows Hello for Business and Advanced Security Features.

  • 11.00 Session 2 - Windows 10 Migration Readiness by Adam Harding

Session to discuss Softcat’s recommended approaches to Windows 10 migrations and Windows 10 readiness, including; Application Readiness, Infrastructure Readiness (on-premises and cloud) & Imaging/Provisioning.

  • 11.45 Refreshment break
  • 12.00 Session 3 – Microsoft Surface for Healthcare by Tristan Brade and others

A session around Microsoft's Surface range and how the devices leverage Windows 10 to meet the challenge of a dynamic healthcare environment with a distributed workforce. 

  • 12.45 Session 4 – Windows 10 Q&A with Jack Lewis and Adam Harding

Hosted Q&A session to discuss Windows 10 migration approaches, common pitfalls and project experiences (both good and bad!).

  • 13.00 – 14.00 Lunch & networking




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Tuesday 27 November 2018 09:30 - 14:00 GMT

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