UKCloud Health launches today to offer what it says is an open, collaborative and sovereign public cloud to the NHS ecosystem
Brunel University researchers recommend that local government needs to look before it leaps when it comes to cloud adoption.
Three leading cloud services providers to the UK public sector give their response to techUK's new report calling for Cloud First to be more prominent on the government tech agenda.
The UK government laid down a Public Cloud First requirement on central government buyers a few years back. Is it still something that policy makers believe in as strongly? A new techUK report suggests that we've got ground to make up.
Eager to achieve digital transformation? Follow FinancialForce's Dominic Sumpter's 10 key steps for central government cloud supplier selection
Acquia's Tom Cochran offers insights into lessons from digital government efforts under the Obama administration. He schools UK gov on the topic.
Daniel Thornton, programme director, raises questions about GDS’ ability to set standards for buyers using the Digital Marketplace.
There is growing concern that buyers aren’t using the Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework correctly and work is going to the big SIs.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has announced that for G-Cloud 9 there will be the option to extend by two periods of 12 months each.
Getting onto the G-Cloud framework is the easy part. Winning business is another matter. Nicky Stewart, UKCloud's Commercial Director, offers some advice.
GDS Deputy Director of Standards Assurance, Olivia Neal, spoke of the organisation’s aims to keep international conversations open.
It’s been almost four years since the launch of the government’s official cloud first strategy. After a quiet period, it seems that a new emphasis is being place on cloud.
The Government Digital Service has gone someway to address buyers' public cloud concerns. However, it could be doing more to change the perception that the US cloud giants are the only viable option, writes UKCloud's Bill Mew.