DIN -DLUHC Housing CIO Forum

DIN -DLUHC Housing CIO Forum

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Come and join DINs latest networking forum run in partnership with DLUHC for housing CIOs and IT Leaders

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The Disruptive Innovators Network and DLUHC is delighted to invite you along to our next Housing CIO forum.

The purpose of the forum is to provide a safe space to debate some of the big strategic and emerging tech issues which may provide opportunities or disruption to housing providers.

We will hear from thought leaders from inside and outside the housing world, including other public sectors as well as commercial sectors. Engage with your peers and expand your network.

Attendance will provide you with timely intelligence and insight into the major change programmes taking place in the world of digital transformation, where is new tech thinking emerging, how is strategy evolving, what is working and more importantly what isn’t!

Our speakers for this session include:

  • StJohn Deakins, Founder and CEO, CitizenMe
  • Louise Sheridan, Deputy Director, Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation
  • Bob Barker, Change Agent for Digital Professionalism

In this session we will explore:

  • Zero party data - how can we give tenants and residents back control of their personal data and help them commoditise it into community good?
  • What is the centre for data ethics and innovation and how can it help leaders in the social housing sector
  • Housing's digital exhaust - When was the last time you checked your organisations digital exhaust? What is it pumping out and how can you monitor it?

We will be joined by a small number of leaders from our partners with the likes of Microsoft and AWS and special guest CIOs from outside the sector.

Attendance is free for DIN members as part of your subscription.

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