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.
"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.
The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has announced the suppliers that have successfully made it onto the new Corporate Software Solutions framework.
The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has launched the new Technology Services agreement as the successor to the IT Managed Services framework.
The European Commission (EC) is tendering for a framework in which it will acquire its first cloud services.
The supplier has stepped in to try and upgrade the Province's entire health data centre infrastructure - services that ultimately cover the health and well-being of 1.7m service users.
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.
Is this the year change finally comes to central government ICT procurement? Can the Digital Marketplace really be for anything more than commodity purchases? Is the talk about change and cost reduction accurate - or political bluster?
Of the £200m so far spent by public sector buyers on the Digital Marketplace, very little seems to have come from NHS CIOs. Why?
In the next in our series looking at established Digital Marketplace suppliers, we meet with Roger Phare of TechnologyOne - an Australian company making waves here on the other side of the world.
"It's a shop window, so as a supplier, you have got to be very clear on what you are delivering." SCC, which claims to be Europe's largest independent IT services company and which has been on the Cloudstore/Digital Marketplace for some time, reflects on its extensive experience in the G-Cloud.
The London Borough of Lewisham is starting a framework agreement for the provision of educational ICT solutions and specialist goods.
The North East Procurement Organisation (NEPO), a not-for-profit that aims to aid procurement in the social housing sector, is to launch a new procurement framework.
NHS Shared Business Services (SBS) has revealed it is developing an NHS-wide procurement framework for healthcare clinical information systems.
'We certainly would like to see G-Cloud evolve further in order for more enterprises - of any size or market - to be able to offer their services to the public sector.' We meet specialist security firm Acutenix to find out more.
'We had previously been successful in applying for G-Cloud 4, but found the process complex and lengthy and it didn’t always fit with the way in which we described our solutions and structured our pricing and documentation.' So what's made this SME tech firm try again?
What's brought South Coast ERP and mobility experts Green Lemon to the DOS framework, a central part of G-Cloud? Its CEO Matt Thompsett told us more.
For Daren Jay of new police interviewing software assistance provider IMS, it's the 'simpler, clearer and faster' ethos of G-Cloud that makes it a winner for small vendors like him.
In the latest in our look at new entrants into the UK public sector ICT market - Cased Dimensions, a service management specialist.
Available through its partners on the Marketplace since G-Cloud 5, why has the well-known IT security firm moved to a more formal presence on G-Cloud 7?