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Reading Tech4Good Day - Digital Transformation
Mon 7 November 2016, 09:15 – 16:30 GMT
Microsoft's mission to empower every person and organisation to achieve more is at the heart of everything we do.
In the UK, we want to help empower charities to access and use technology to transform how they create social value, deliver impact and amplify how they can provide vital services to individuals and communities.
Since 2006, we have donated more than £150m of technology to UK charities, giving tools and technologies to those with aspirations to change the world or just their neighbourhood.
But it isn't just about providing access to technology; we know that without the right knowledge, the value of technology can remain untapped. Microsoft Tech4Good days are aimed at helping charities exploit technology more effectively to further their mission.
Tech4Good days give UK charities the opportunity to learn how to get the best out of technology from some of Microsoft's foremost experts in areas such as:
- Cloud computing
- How your charity can be productive with technology
- Data management and how to make it work for your charity
- Analytics and decision making (getting real insight from your data)
- The future of technology
- Microsoft Philanthropies' technology donation programme
Tech4Good days are free to attend for UK charities and places are allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Microsoft Campus, Thames Valley Park is easily accessible by both road and rail.
On arrival, please go directly to the Customer Briefing Centre in Building 3.
The nearest main line station is Reading Central, which is on the main lines from both Paddington and Waterloo stations.
Taxis are available outside the station. Please allow 30 minutes travel time during peak hours, otherwise the journey will take approximately 15 minutes.
Thames Valley Bus service runs from Reading Central Station, Northern Interchange. The journey takes approximately 20 minutes (see timetable).
If you are coming by road, please use the free car park around Building 3.
You can find more information on how to get there on the Thames Valley Park travel website.