CloudStore

16/08/13
Skyscape Cloud Services has announced a new Channel Partner Programme to coincide with the launch of the G-Cloud 4 framework tender release.
16/08/13
While the CloudStore and the Cloud first initiative are offering a huge boost to the UK cloud industry, just because a company is on the approved list doesn't mean they will be the right choice for a deployment.
09/08/13
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has announced that the fourth iteration of its G-Cloud framework is now open for suppliers to sign up.
16/07/13
The Government Digital Service's mantra of addressing the user need in its work is set to be applied to the G-Cloud programme as the team prepares for the next phase of the G-Cloud.
19/06/13
The Government Digital Service's Mark O'Neill has teased the fourth iteration of the Cloudstore, calling for feedback to help develop the next iteration.
10/06/13
In response to Francis Maude commenting that the G-Cloud is still underused, one early framework supplier explains the first hand experience of the perception of the G-Cloud.
05/06/13
A new report has highlighted a lack of civil servant confidence in how to use the Cloudstore.
04/06/13
The government's G-Cloud programme has become the remit of the Government Digtial Service (GDS)
21/05/13
The Home Office has chosen UK Cloud services company Skyscape to provide Platform-as-a-Service solutions to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
17/05/13
The Cabinet Office has chosen UK IT hosting company and IL2 accredited IaaS provider Memset to host the G-Cloud's new CloudStore website.

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