Public sector workplaces are undergoing dramatic transitions in how work gets done, where work takes place, what technologies and infrastructure are needed, how data is created and shared, and how all are applied in developing a cohesive culture to achieve intended results. The DX Summit is about; “How to become digitally enabled.” This conference will offer peer to peer interaction and dialogue with experts on the issues of organizational change, digital transformation, governance, and cybersecurity. Addressing these core issues will provide the solutions that can take us forward.
The DX (Digital Transformation) Summit
Readiness and Resilience
May 26th, 8:00 – 17:00 EST virtual
What is DX?
Digital Transformation (DX) is a strategy of enabling business and government innovation, predicated on the inclusion of digital technologies into:
- operations and procedures
- interactions between business and client/governments and citizens
- the development of products, solutions, data, and strategic plans.
It means understanding how to apply technology to develop a digital workplace that supports best practices, customer and citizen experience, and value through intelligent information management
- Immediate need for leaders to develop and implement a solid digital transformation.
- Summit will offer peer to peer interaction and dialog with experts on the issues of digital transformation offering solutions leaders need.
- Important to expand the conversation to deliver value and solutions for Canadian citizens.
- For sponsors, DX Summit is backed by Vanguard and CGE, two well-known media brands serving the Canadian defence and public sector communities for over 25 years. They have partnered to provide an avenue for a dynamic, solutions-oriented conversation between public sector executives, defence industry leaders, and tech giants.
PureLogic IT Panel – Digital Transforming Workload Migration
As a proud gold sponsor of the event, we will be hosting a panel alongside our technology partner, HPE.
Operational issues like dispersed workloads, security gaps, and limited visibility on development teams’ output have leaders looking for ways to streamline management to simplify operations, satisfy business imperatives, and adapt to a changing work landscape. The challenge for many organizations is with implementation. The organization knows what they need to do but they need help with how to effectively transition to a hybrid environment. It is not about moving workloads to a different infrastructure. It is about proper strategy and planning. What are some of the best methods to get there? What is sensible application modernization vs. lift and shift methodology?
- Michael Wernick, Former Clerk of the Privy Council, Strategic Advisor Associate, MNP, and is a Fellow at School of Public Policy & Administration, Carleton University.
- General Sir James Everard, KCB, CBE, Former Deputy Supreme Allied Commander for NATO, and a former senior British Army Officer
- Catherine Luelo, Deputy Minister at the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat | Secrétariat du Conseil du Trésor du Canada and the Chief Information Officer of Canada