Cloud Direct’s services now live on G-Cloud 11
Cloud Direct are proud to have achieved G-cloud status for the seventh year, with all services submitted and accepted across all three cloud categories – hosting, software and support.
The 11th iteration of the UK government’s Digital Marketplace went live this week to continue to drive digital transformation in the public sector. This cloud procurement framework has been established to prove best practice and accredited suppliers, to give customers confidence in developing their public cloud adoption.
With almost a decade of experience as one of the earliest adopters of G-cloud, our 21 technologies, consultancy and support services have been expertly designed to support local and regional governments.
Organisations that benefit from G-Cloud 11 include central and local government, health services, education services, devolved administrations, emergency services, defence and not-for-profit organisations. They can now buy the following cloud services from Cloud Direct, under our legal name On Direct Business Services Limited:
Azure with Cloud Direct’s cost management tool MyAzure
Citrix On Azure
Backup via SkyKick
Disaster Recovery as a Service via Azure Site Recovery
Cloud Anti-virus via Webroot
Enterprise Mobility and Security (EMS)
Microsoft 365 Business and Enterprise
Skype for Business as a Service
Azure Migration Service
Azure Managed and Support Services
Cloud Backup Reporting Service (RaaS)
Cloud Direct Server Support
Email Migration to Office 365
Microsoft 365 Support Services
Office 365 Support Services
Brett Raynes, CEO of Cloud Direct, says:
“We work with several government organisations who enjoy the increased level of security and accreditation G-Cloud 11 awards us. Our business and the services we provide are all about enabling transformation and as we expect to grow, we plan to increase our customer base amongst public sector organisations. The stringent G-Cloud framework shows our continued commitment to provide first class service and support to our clients.”
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