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.
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.
NHS Director for Patients and Information Tim Kelsey has claimed that although the NHS has a history of failing to utilise data effectively, the care.data programme will change this for the better.
"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.
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.
Speaking at Think Cloud For Government 2014 yesterday, UK government CTO Liam Maxwell claimed that the government was moving towards £500m worth of IT savings by creating an 2open and competitive” market.
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.
G-Cloud programme director Tony Singleton has claimed that the introduction of the UK government’s Cloud First policy and the subsequent creation of G-Cloud are “revolutionary.”
A recent survey has claimed that both suppliers and government representatives are optimistic about the future of the G-Cloud procurement framework.
Health Minister Dr Daniel Poulter has claimed the NHS can realise a further £1bn of savings if it improves the way it handles procurement.
Denise McDonagh, Home Office CTO, told the audience at Think Cloud For Government yesterday that the Cabinet Office needs to step up and increase the visibility of G-Cloud.
In the last of our editorial series helping frame the day for 24n readers, we have a quick look at the final agenda to give you some insight into what to expect at The QE II Centre in London in the morning.
Have you looked ahead to 2015 yet – and what you expect to be doing around the G-Cloud?
The G-Cloud procurement framework has been used to purchase IT services for the High Speed 2 (HS2) railway project and the majority of suppliers are small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs), according to the Department for Transport (DfT).
A survey of 153 MPs and 104 members of the House of Lords claims to have found that they believe the G-Cloud framework drives innovation.
Are you signed up yet for THINK Digital Vendors 2016 later this month - a great chance to see what opportunities there are for you as a supplier in the G-Cloud? We spoke with one of the first firms to sign up for the show, pubsec ICT PR leader Mantis.
THINK.Cloud For Digital Government's shaping up to be one of the key dates this year for anyone interested in The Digital Marketplace. We met Matt Stanley of the company behind the upcoming event to find out more.
Stuart Lauchlan of IT sector commentators diginomica - the chair of the event at London’s QE II Centre on March 22nd - tells 24n about how G-Cloud is changing - and so this key government ICT event needs to change, too.