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Calligo set to extend public sector offering

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Calligo set to extend public sector offering

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By Julian Box on 19 April 2017

Calligo, a world leading cloud solution provider, today announced it has been selected to be part of the government’s G Cloud 9 Framework, a procurement platform that pairs cloud-based service providers with public sector organisations.

 

Calligo has joined a list of accredited suppliers under the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Cloud Support Services categories.

Calligo is a Global Cloud Services Partner dedicated to delivering the highest levels of data privacy demanded by the new General Data Protection Regulation. The company’s comprehensive GDPR services portfolio enables its clients to more rapidly adapt and subsequently better maintain their ongoing compliance obligations.

 

As a government accredited supplier, Calligo can offer the Public Sector a wide range of cloud based solutions covering all aspects of infrastructure, applications, communications and complementary on-boarding services all of which are covered by its ISO standards.

 

In response to government services shifting online and becoming increasingly reliant upon cloud-based solutions, the G Cloud 9 Framework was created to enable the public sector to seek guidance on cloud solutions, find accredited suppliers quickly and create simpler, clearer contracts for ‘the digital age’. The web-based platform offers a more efficient way for cloud suppliers and government departments to work together.

 

Julian Box, CEO, Calligo, said:

 

“We are delighted to have achieved the G Cloud 9 Framework accreditation. Calligo has been a leader in the cloud privacy space since its inception in 2012 and many of the impending GDPR objectives reinforce our established approach. The new regulation fundamentally changes how organisations need to operate, and this includes significant impact on cloud computing.

 

As a result of our expertise in this area, we are very well placed to help government organisations meet these new obligations”.