The new framework has been greatly enhanced and is now aligned with the National Cyber Security Centre’s 14 principles of Cloud security.
Microsoft Gold Partner
Commenting on the approval Managing director, Matt Brunton, said, “We have put in a lot of work to ensure we continue to retain this important accreditation, and so we are naturally delighted with achieving it again this year.
“It demonstrates our on-going commitment, expertise and experience in the cloud environment that has taken us many years to build up. This is reflected in the increasing number of customers we are winning in the public sector from Health trusts to Councils and Colleges to schools.
“Being a Gold partner and experts in Microsoft cloud technologies means that we can provide the independent and high quality service that public sector organisations need to ensure that their cloud initiatives are secure and deliver the productivity enhancements and cost savings that they originally planned when starting the project.”
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