You’re transforming essential public services used by citizens and businesses; we provide the right multi-cloud technologies for both new and old.
Digital technologies are transforming patient outcomes and enabling integrated care. We power a community of specialist providers that are driving innovation in Health and Life Sciences.
As a local authority, you need to improve resident services, while spending cuts mean you also have to save money. Deploying new digital technologies hosted in the cloud will help you better respond to these challenges.
New ways to deliver information services to the end user, such as the use of secure cloud, are urgently required. The old ways of working – with inflexible, expensive, slow-to-change contracts and infrastructure – are becoming a thing of the past.
We recognise you’re required to deliver a better service for a lower budgetary spend. You need access to the very best data storage, analysis and collaborative technology to remain at the forefront of innovation and research.
Just like other public-facing organisations, you’re challenged with meeting an increased demand for service with ever decreasing budgets. New ways of working need to be adopted and new applications need to be deployed to meet these challenges.
The police and justice community is being challenged to improve services, but also reduce costs in the face of spending cuts. Existing resources are over stretched whilst the demand for service and performance improvements increases.
We have a UK sovereign cloud platform that is proven across hundreds of digital programmes across the UK public sector and can potentially be accessed via SWAN (Scottish Wide Area Network).
We help organisations modernise legacy technology whilst building transformative digital services, using our safe and trusted multi-cloud platform that delivers unrivalled choice and flexibility.
“Working with UKCloud, we’ve pioneered the definition and development of a computing environment that can deal with the scale and complexity of genomics sequencing data — something most hospital data centres would struggle to support.”