G-Cloud was launched in 2012 to support the government’s ‘cloud-first’ strategy. While many of the operational and IT benefits of a cloud-based approach are widely understood, procuring the right services from the right partner has not always been easy for public sector organisations. The G-Cloud framework is designed to provide an easier way for public sector organisations to procure specialist cloud services. G-Cloud 11 is the latest iteration, featuring more suppliers and more services than ever before.

G-Cloud in numbers:
• 3 lots (Cloud hosting, software and support)
• 4,200 suppliers
• 31,000 services
• £4.8bn spent since 2012

KCOM has been a G-Cloud supplier for several years and on the latest iteration KCOM has a number of services available and, as an Amazon Premier Consulting Partner and Microsoft Gold partner, they include services on both public cloud platforms, in addition to migration, application and identity management services.

Our rich history in cloud migration, cloud service management, cloud native services as well as connectivity has seen us working closely with large central government departments as well and NHS trusts and local government organisations, to help them service citizens effectively.

Graham Masterson, Head of Propositions commented: “KCOM has a recognised pedigree and a broad portfolio of capabilities to help our customers get the very best out of the cloud, from initial evaluation for migration through to in-life cloud management and optimisation. Our services available through the G-Cloud 11 framework underpin the full cloud lifecycle and showcase our track record of involvement and leadership in cloud services”.

KCOM helps enterprises and public-sector organisations to re-imagine and re-architect their IT and communications infrastructure to deliver easier experiences for their customers. For more information on how KCOM’s public sector team can help you re-imagine how your organisation works in the cloud