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Government cloud in 2015: three ideas to accelerate adoption

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It’s nearly three years on from the launch of G-Cloud and it’s fair to say that the government’s framework for cloud IT is rapidly maturing. Most importantly, with the support of the Cloud First policy I think it has genuinely helped accelerate the penetration of cloud services in the public sector. As we head into […]

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Two years of G-Cloud: perspectives from Eduserv

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As featured on TechUk, here is my experience of G-Cloud over the last two years. It’s two years since the Government launched its G-Cloud marketplace for cloud services. One of the benefits that got a lot of airtime back in 2012 was the extent to which the framework would not only give more choice to government buyers […]

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Four critical areas for G-Cloud in the next twelve months

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As featured on cloudcomputing-news.net here are my thoughts on what the G-Cloud team can do to drive the cloud agenda in the next 12 months. This month saw the publication of the business plan for the GDS which lays out the focus of its work up until this time next year. The scope of its work pipeline […]

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G-Cloud in local government – the truth behind the headlines

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Much has been made in the last six months over the extent to which local government has started to engage with the government’s cloud-first agenda. With headlines pronouncing that IT heads are shunning G-Cloud and potentially losing money from failing to adopt cloud solutions you might be forgiven for thinking local government was stuffed full […]

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