West Midlands Meeting 10 - WM10 - ANME Events

West Midlands Meeting 10 - WM10

Thursday 14th November 2019

West Midlands Meeting with a Difference!

This is in a separate room at the Schools & Academies Show where we are also at the Network Manager Hub and presenting there and in one of the presentation theatres!

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Meeting Details
Time/Date: Thursday 14th November 2019
0930-1500
Location: Birmingham NEC
Cost: Free for Members
Includes: Refreshments & Lunch
Agenda - To Be Confirmed
1000-1030 Arrival & Refreshments
1030-1040 Introduction
1040-1140 Keynote Presentation: West Midlands Regional Organised Crime Unit
1140-1200 Q&A with the Schools & Academies Show
1200-1220 Reducing the workload in creating and maintaing accounts with SalamanderSoft
1220-1300 Lunch
1300- Browsing the show
Meeting Sponsors

     

The West Midlands Regional Cyber Crime Unit, are part of the West Midlands Regional Organised Crime Unit (ROCU) covering the four police forces of West Midlands, West Mercia, Staffordshire and Warwickshire. The West Midlands ROCU, are one of nine other ROCU’s from around the UK, together with the Met Police and PSNI, who collaborate but are singular police forces (see map below).

The Regional Cyber Crime Unit deal with investigations into cyber dependent crime – for example offences such as hacking, Ddos attacks, use of malware, network intrusion and other offences contrary to the Computer Misuse Act 1990 (CMA).

SalamanderSoft are focused on integration services, helping Schools use the data they already have to provision, maintain and manage Active Directory, Office 365, SharePoint, Exchange and G-Suite for Education. Whatever your MIS, our tools ensure that students, staff, classes and timetables are always present and updated in your supporting systems.

Trilby TV is the only digital signage platform built by people who understand, and work in education.

We keep it simple to add and manage content so even the busiest school can have up to date content on screen.

 

                             

 


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