The news has received a mixed reaction - some say it's a betrayal of G-Cloud and Digital Marketplace principles, whilst others expect longer term benefits.
Whilst spend through the Digital Marketplace has surpassed £2bn, buyers still find the frameworks inflexible and unhelpful for certain projects.
Huddle shareholders get $100 apiece after private equity firm Turn/River makes an estimated $89 million buyout of UK-founded cloud collaboration startup
FutureGov founder and MD, Dominic Campbell, argues that SMEs have just as much, if not more, to offer the public sector than large corporates.
A special interest group has been created by the Cloud Industry Forum to focus on G-Cloud, public sector procurement and the Transformation Strategy.
Memset has given its customers less than a month’s notice. The SME has a high profile with government buyers and has been a G-Cloud advocate in the past.
Oracle has been going after AWS’s infrastructure business. The launch of the Oracle Government Cloud expands on recent regional investments.
Teresa Carlson also says that AWS wants to be seen as a local player that caters to local needs, rather than a US technology giant.
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.
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