Cloud hoster Memset plans to show how an OpenStack infrastructure will enable delegates to save money, deliver efficiency, work better and deliver best of breed cloud solutions.
Cloud computing industry advocate EuroCloud UK has launched a seven point manifesto that calls on vendors and government to work much closer together to ensure the future success of the G-Cloud framework.
We're launching a new campaign, profiling all the great new tech SME 'contenders' trying to get a place on the Digital Marketplace. If that's you, we'd love to hear more.
March 22 sees the fifth in this highly successful set of G-Cloud conferences. What can readers of 24n.biz expect this year?
IT services provider Atos and an SME, cloud solutions firm Transversal, have teamed up to deliver a public sector knowledge management solution.
Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is set to use Microsoft Lync Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution after buying a contract via G-Cloud.
Campbell Williams of Six Degrees Group chatted to us about why G-Cloud services are still so unpopular amongst government bodies.
At next month's THINK.Cloud For Digital Government, Skype for Business specialists Outsourcery want you to swing by and find out what their remote tech can possibly for for you - and the public.
The deal is part of a wider Cabinet Office plan to cut costs in government departments and the new approach will see the entire enterprise resource planning system revamped.
IT services provider Capita has announced it will be offering Microsoft productivity applications to the public sector via G-Cloud 5.
"This is the leading UK conference showcasing the good work that is happening within the public sector": London-based cloud services firm Carranza tells us why it's a Platinum Sponsor of the show.
Since the G-Cloud launched back in February 2012, much has changed.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has published the latest G-Cloud sales figures, revealing that 79% of total sales by value were through central government, leaving just 21% by the wider public sector.
Outsourcery, a cloud services provider, has stated the need for the knowledge divide between central and local government to be narrowed in order for procurement to be wider.
Next month sees THINK.Cloud for Digital Government, a G-Cloud show 24n's supporting. We spoke with one of the exhibitors, EMC, to find out why its Public Sector CIO sees cloud as so vital for all of us.
In an open letter to GDS (Government Digital Services), cloud services company Skyscape praises the successes of G-Cloud to date while raising some concerns it feels need to be addressed ahead of G-Cloud 5 going to tender in February.
At yesterday’s Think Cloud For Government event, council leaders shared their G-Cloud experiences and some contradicted Government Digital Service (GDS) claims that the procurement framework has been a success.
Local government is potentially “wasting millions” on IT services, as new research reveals that councils across the UK are “ignoring” the G-Cloud framework.
Stephen Allott has been moved to lead the drive to raise interest in the cloud procurement framework, which has been accused of a worrying lack of take up by mandarins.
Cloud IT services SME Databarracks has responded to claims that tech giant HP wrote a letter to HM Treasury expressing concerns about government’s drive to include more small businesses.