Litig Agenda released for 15th March & AGM
The content for Litig’s next Delegate meeting has been announced with a great line up and some speakers back by popular demand. We will also be holding our AGM on the 15th March so new members and guests will be welcomed on the day:
We will start the morning off with an “AI Update” from Litig’s “Resident AI Advisor” Richard Tromans, who will present on what’s new, hot and developing in the AI world at the moment.
Back by request of Litig members, Dorigen Sykes, Director of iTrain will deliver a session on training – “why does no-one like IT?” – to share ways of inspiring staff to embrace technology.
The final session of the day will be a Security Project led by Simon Crumplin of Secrutiny. Simon will report back on the key elements produced by the Litig security team and host a discussion on how to maximise the usage of our resources.
Following an exciting morning, the formal AGM and election of the new Board will take place. The primary function of the AGM will be to report back on finances and discuss any resignation, election or re-election of officers and directors.
Finally, a short time is allocated for “internal reflection” by Litig members, the Board will host a panel and attendee discussion on a wide range of topics, including: the impact of moving to the cloud on the IT team, SaaS solutions, the emergence of Heads of Innovation and the IT departments role.
We expect demand to be high and so please can all Litig members respond to the attendance survey from Peter Owen asap to reserve a place. The meeting will be held at Hill Dickinson’s London office from 10am until 4pm (click here).