Jeremy Humphrey, Technology Practice Director, Roc Technologies
One nation justice. Transforming rehabilitation. These and other government transformation initiatives are driving change across the justice community. All too often, however, legacy IT infrastructures stifle innovation.
That’s why organisations turn to Roc Technologies. They want to meet transformation objectives with efficient digital services. They want help to make the move to flexible, scalable and cost-effective cloud platforms.
The main challenges organisations in the justice community must deal with on their transformation journey are:
Roc Technologies is a fast-growing UK-based transformation services provider. It empowers organisations to accelerate business and technology change.
Roc partners with UKCloud to support its work with organisations in the justice community and wider public sector.
Why UKCloud? It solves the thorny issue of data protection. Most justice community projects involve data assets that are too sensitive to be stored outside the UK.
“UKCloud is a safe pair of hands, as all of their services are delivered from within the UK,” says Jeremy Humphrey, Technology Practice Director at Roc. “As well as being highly secure, UKCloud’s platform is accredited for OFFICIAL and OFFICIAL SENSITIVE workloads, and is connected to government networks.”
Roc is supporting organisations in the justice community as they work to meet government transformation initiatives. It’s helping them improve performance by:
Humphrey likes the way UKCloud combines the benefits of a standardised platform with a degree of flexibility. “That means we can engage with UKCloud and ensure solutions are optimised for a community or a customer — something that wouldn’t be possible with a big public cloud provider.”
“Moving to the cloud opens up so many possibilities. Organisations can adopt agile development methodologies, and create user-centric services that support information sharing, collaboration and mobile working. It also helps to reduce IT operating costs, which is critical when budgets are flat or shrinking.”