The Cabinet Office’s UK Government ICT strategy states that UK Government is fully committed to the adoption of cloud computing. G-Cloud is the umbrella programme focused on promoting adoption of cloud computing. One of the aims of the G-Cloud programme is to use transparency to encourage innovation, competition and new suppliers into the market.
Much has been made of what is on offer from SMEs, particularly their inclusion in the Cloudstore (the online catalogue of cloud services, which it is hoped will drive the take up of cloud services). However, the amount spent on the Cloudstore to date is a drop in the ocean compared to the £17bn+ spent annually on UK Government ICT. If UK Government is to push G-Cloud services uptake, it is important to also understand how the major suppliers are working within UK Government to support public sector organisations.
In this latest PublicSectorViews report - Approaching the G-Cloud: Leading supplier propositions -Georgina O’Toole considers the cloud services propositions of the top SITS providers and investigates the progress that they have made selling into the UK Government market to date. If you are not yet a PublicSectorViews subscriber, please contact Deb Seth to put that right!
Posted by Georgina O'Toole at '21:57'
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