Contract – which is not signed under the terms of the public sector-wide OGVA – covers provision of cloud services
Cloud-based applications can provide ways for agencies and departments to innovate and operate in new ways, as the past year has highlighted they must, writes Oracle
Reseller Trustmarque wins year-long deal
PublicTechnology can reveal the terms of a public sector-wide MoU, under which more than contracts worth more than £300m have already been awarded
Four UK firms to be given the chance to compete with US giants
Department to move system for analysing Universal Credit information to public cloud
Since a public sector-wide agreement with AWS was introduced six months ago, departments have signed contracts worth hundreds of millions with the cloud firm. PublicTechnology takes a closer look.
Contract covers cloud hosting and related services
Department replaces existing arrangement with contract under new terms
There are many reasons to keep your Oracle workloads running on local servers. But there are even more reasons to move them to the cloud as part of a wider digital transition strategy. Six Degrees gives six benefits of moving legacy Oracle workloads to the cloud.
Extra £367k added to deal in support of isolation payments
Department signs deal for access to business account
Cloud technology has enabled UK public sector organisations to deliver essential citizen services even in these most challenging of operating landscapes. According to Six Degrees, 2021 is the year to truly embrace cloud and set the foundations for exceptional service delivery in the years to come.
Jointly, Equinix and Cintra enable organisations with mission-critical Oracle workloads to accelerate their journey to cloud, while minimising transition risks - here's how
Country receives draft adequacy decision
Contracts cover provision of ‘hyperscale’ environment and related professional services
Procurement documents show more than £300,000 spent across 234 billable days
Denise Dourado formally appointed as SRO
Education Scotland will examine how institutions across the country are responding to need for online learning
Computacenter and AWS have, in the last 12 months, both been added to the list of the government’s foremost suppliers
PublicTechnology editor Sam Trendall picks out the big issues that might shape the year ahead. Apart from that one.