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From building engaging websites to hosting and managed services, we help the public sector get more from IT.
Helping government save money and transform public services through efficient IT.
Web development, Sitecore and Umbraco CMS and IT transformation services.
Secure cloud solutions, managed services and IT consultancy for local government.
Single sign-on, Chest Agreements, web hosting and cloud - we've worked with academia for over 20 years.
Our single sign-on service is used by thousands of clinicians worldwide.
As a not-for-profit and registered charity, we don’t have to focus on making a profit like other IT providers. Our customers genuinely come first.
It's easy to say you're different, but how many companies can prove it? Find out more about our way of working.
A full list of the organisations we're helping to make better use of IT, from leading charities to central government.
We're always looking for talented and motivated people to join our team. Find out more about what we can offer.
From creative web developers to friendly service managers, we employ over 100 experienced members of staff.
Through our network of expert partners, from SMEs to larger providers, we can offer a wide range of services.
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This report explores how charities are tackling the transformational challenge in practice. We look at current priorities, the challenges, and how to create the right culture to make change happen.
This report explores how councils are tackling the challenges of smaller budgets and raising citizen expectations through changes to the way they approach and manage their IT.
A guide which explains what managed cloud services are and helps you assess whether building your own in-house capability, or outsourcing to a specialist provider is the right choice for your organisation.
This report uses interviews and focus groups with 28 charities held with communications network CharityComms, to offer insight and advice on using digital services to drive better volunteer engagement.
This report examines what is motivating local authorities to move to the cloud, how IT leaders are managing the transition and how they ensure their plans stay on track to achieve the business’s objectives.
This guide is suitable for senior officers within government who are responsible for business and IT transformation, estate management and mapping IT to business strategy.
We examine key areas of website performance to help charities improve how they use their site for fundraising. We look at mobile performance, desktop speed, accessibility and the overall donation journey on PC and mobile. We also compare the website performance of five major categories of charities; aid, children, environment, health and animal and interview digital leads from some of the UK's biggest charities to identify concerns and examples of best practice.
This step-by-step guide will help government organisations through the process of procuring cloud services via Digital Marketplace. It covers what accredited cloud services are, procurement preparation, comparing suppliers and how to make the final decision. The guide offers insight and questions to ask at every stage of the procurement cycle to help government compare suppliers on a like-for-like basis.
This report will help government IT decision-makers look at how they can use cloud to transform their organisation and improve services. Based on a survey of 800 civil servants and interviews with senior civil servants and CIOs on the current state of government cloud adoption along with future plans.
We look at how digital and IT teams can work together to successfully manage and deliver digital projects in the charity sector. We also look at roles and responsibilities, what barriers prevent charities improving the delivery of digital projects, and how these can be overcome in co-operation with IT to deliver the best results.
Details of the next meeting of the Eduserv Adobe Focus Group at Adobe EMEA HQ – Maidenhead
An opportunity to ask Adobe's UK Education Account Director your questions about Adobe licensing
The Medical Libraries Association meeting and exhibition will take place in Austin, USA with the theme ‘Librarians without limits'.
Biggest GIS event of the year at QEII Conference Centre, London.
For the charity sector, digital transformation is one of the defining challenges every organisation faces.
It’s not just the fact that digital channels are increasingly vital for fundraising. Nor is it down to the fact that digital transformation allows charities to sav...
The next eighteen months will be a critical period in defining the extent to which cloud computing makes a difference to the way the public sector works.
So said G-Cloud and Digital Commercial Director Tony Singleton in a recent interview with Diginomica.
There is no d...
Speaking at the AWS Summit event in London earlier this week, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Amazon.com, Werner Vogels, is widely quoted as saying:
In our eyes, hybrid IT is not the endpoint. There will be less and less data centres over time. Hybrid IT is t...
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Enter Adobe's 'Challenge for Change' film competition and your entry will be shown at the prestigious Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts between 24 - 28 of June. Trophies and prizes for the best 5 films, plus the Peoples' Choice Award and the Best Under 16 film.
We surveyed over 100 senior decision makers in UK charities and held a round table discussion with 7 charity leaders for our new report ‘Creating the right environment for digital transformation’
We’ve added support for Amazon Web Services cloud to our Assured Hybrid Cloud to provide a single solution for hosting data that needs a blend of security controls including OFFICIAL and OFFICIAL-SENSITIVE.
As part of our new report titled 'Putting IT at the heart of local government strategy' we surveyed over 100 senior decision makers and interviewed 4 IT leads in local government.
98% of librarians agree access management is critical in maximising the value from their electronic resources