Is it realistic to think in terms of public cloud as a single vendor scenario? As much as any organisation may want to go ‘all in’ on any one particular public cloud vendor, the reality is somewhat different. Although CIOs
Dez Blanchfield (the leading global business and technology guru with almost a million followers on Twitter) talks with Bill about data protection, privacy, the EU GDPR and data collection in a world of Cloud, Personal Privacy & Data Sovereignty, about
UKCloud announced that it is collaborating with Microsoft and Cisco to accelerate the adoption of cloud services across the UK Public Sector. As part of the new agreement, UKCloud will combine Microsoft’s Azure Stack hybrid cloud offering with its own
How do you allow civil servants to spend less time doing administration, so that they can spend more time delivering vital services to the public? UKCloud’s Cloud Strategist, Bill Mew, explains why it is hoped that shared service centres, date
Farnborough-based UKCloud is a long-term player on the G-Cloud. Gary Flood from Think Digital Partners sat down with its Cloud Strategist Bill Mew to get a catch-up on its current strategy. See more here.
Bill Mew joins James Curran (@jcurran89 ) and Justin King (@linuxdaddy ) on a panel to discuss government use of Redhat’s OpenShift, during the 2018 London OpenShift Commons event.
In conversation with Dave Terrar and Jez Back (both like Bill judges for the 2018 UK Cloud Awards from the Cloud Industry Federation) Bill explains how UKCloud is bringing its multi-cloud expertise to bear for the UK Public Sector –
Special guest blog by Bill Mew (Strategist at UKCloud Ltd): “The debate now is not whether to move to the cloud, it’s how quickly to do so and which workloads to move first” Once there was a debate about whether
Cloud Strategist at UKCloud, Bill Mew, explains why trends towards multi-cloud, community cloud, fog computing and edge computing all indicate a new phase in which cloud matures to become more customer centric. More more information read the full article which
In part two of his vision of how to re-boot digital transformation in government, UKCloud’s Bill Mew focuses on three key waves of change. Fpr more information see the full article which first appeared on Diginomica, here.