Custodian achieves UK Government G-Cloud 11 Certification

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Custodian achieves UK Government G-Cloud 11 Certification

By Alex Breary
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For the second year in succession, we have been listed as a GCloud 11 supplier, emphasising our company’s commitment to delivering cloud-based services to public section organisations across the UK.

For context, the GCloud framework is an agreement between the UK government and suppliers that provide cloud-based services, with a digital market place available for public bodies to search out for those who can best provide a service.

G-Cloud services are divided into three categories:

  • Cloud hosting: CDNs, load balancing services etc
  • Cloud software: business tools, CRM software etc
  • Cloud support: ongoing support, migrations etc

“We are once again thrilled to be listed on G Cloud,” said Drew Morley, Director of Marketing for Custodian Data Centres.

“This marketplace makes it seamless for public sector organisations to benefit from the Custodian solutions we can provide, giving them confidence we are meeting the stringent government guidelines.”

For more information on GCloud 11 and to find Custodian on their digital marketplace, visit the government website.

We are also pleased to announce that we are expanding our portfolio and will be increasing our Public Sector offerings for the G Cloud 12 submission.

If you would like to find out more please contact us here.

Our brand new data centre is coming soon. Find out more.