Sharing sensitive data about vulnerable adults or children with external partners can be a challenge.
Whether communicating with sector professionals, law enforcement or other third parties, information transfer risks data breaches, delays, access issues and lack of visibility if a secure system is not used.
As part of the ongoing Objective Customer support series, the Objective Connect team along with Judith Millican and Claire Morgan, respective Business Support to Adoption and Fostering Panels at Cumbria County Council, will be delivering a dedicated health and social care showcase and Q&A session.
This will cover how Cumbria County Council – and other local authorities from across the UK – are using Objective Connect to avoid risk, stay secure and keep communities connected and protected when it comes to external file sharing and collaboration.
Cumbria County Council will also share their experience of life before Connect, explaining how the different features have allowed them to improve efficiencies and transform processes up to the present pandemic.
Register today to join the conversation.
Want to find out more beforehand? Watch how Glasgow City Council is collaborating with the 31 other Scottish local authorities to deliver for staff and those most vulnerable – from remote working and business continuity, to the Shielding Programme and Domestic Violence victim support.
- Judith Millican, Business Support to Adoption Panels, Cumbria County Council
- Claire Morgan, Business Support to Fostering Panels, Cumbria County Council
- Emily Mulroney, Customer Success Manager, Objective Connect