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How to unlock the productivity of your employees with IT and security managed services

WebinarVirtual (Teams)

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Date & time

  1. 12 October 2022 13:00 - 14:00



Enable your organisation to deliver more, optimise business performance, and overcome tightening budgets and limited IT resources with managed services from Phoenix Software.

Mobile workforces, security, data management, and risk and compliance are all high on public sector organisations’ agendas as a result of new ways of working and data outages and losses. Because of this, in-house IT teams have become stretched, and are focused on resolving these issues instead of supporting their organisation’s KPIs.

With a managed service supporting your internal IT team, your organisation has access to a team of technical specialists, removing some of the pressure on your IT team and releasing time for them to focus on more strategic projects.

Join our webinar with Phoenix Software on 12th October 2022 at 1pm to find out how their managed services support you to overcome the skills shortage by assisting and supporting your IT teams.

Hear Socitm and Phoenix specialists discuss:

  • What is a managed service versus outsourcing?
  • How is the public sector leveraging these types of agreements?
  • What are the financial benefits of a managed service and how do these work in practice?
  • How are organisations benefiting from managed security services to protect against cyber attacks?


Who can join our events?

Our events are open to everyone and relevant to all levels of staff, from new joiners right through to senior executives. This creates a vibrant mix which promotes innovation, sharing of best practice and drives the modernisation of public services.

Attendance is included in our membership and partnership packages. A fee may apply for non-members. Please see individual event registration details for more information.

Contact us to discuss your options.

Public sector – contact Poppy Whelan. Private sector – contact Aimie Francis.