October 2020: Global provider of cloud and connectivity services, M247 is pleased to announce they have achieved the approved supplier status on the G-Cloud 12 UK Government Framework.
The G-Cloud Framework is a platform initiated by the UK Government to support its Cloud-First policy and ease the procurement of IT technology for public sector organisations. Now more than ever, public sector organisations are reliant on intelligent, cloud-based data management, customer service and productivity tools to keep employees and service users connected and working efficiently.
The services available through M247 on the Digital Marketplace are meeting today’s data management needs for the public sector. With M247 Backup as a Service (BUaaS), organisations will be able to consolidate their data backup, management, security and compliance, all provided as a managed service with 24-7 Support. The service is now available to procure via Digital Marketplace and can be implemented in M247’s 247Cloud™, public cloud (via G-Cloud) or in a secure datacentre.
As a leading technology provider with expertise in future-proofing networks and cloud infrastructure, M247 are supporting public sector organisations throughout their continuous digital transformation journey. This means achieving better data governance, cost savings, more insight and data quality across all public sector entities, from housing trusts and police forces to local authorities and affiliated charities.
Jenny Davies, M247 CEO said: “We are delighted to be recognised as a government-approved supplier on the G-Cloud framework. This will allow us to provide public sector organisations with robust data management and cloud solutions. Cloud capabilities within the public sector are more important now than ever as we navigate the outcomes of Covid-19. Remote-working, increased cyber security risks and a rapid advancement in technology has put the need for a cloud infrastructure at the heart of many IT strategies. We aim to promote the UK Government’s ‘Cloud First’ strategy through everything we do and keep innovating for the future of the public sector.”