£1.5m G-Cloud spend by Bristol City Council

Whitehall Media ‘Public Sector Enterprise ICT 2014′ sponsor Eduserv has recently won a contract with Bristol City Council, estimated at around £1.5 million, helping them to migrate their IT infrastructure to the cloud. By far the biggest commitment to G-Cloud services by Bristol City Council to date and the largest overall by any City Council. Bristol City Council’s G-Cloud spend now sits at £2.5 million (up to July).

Andrew Hawkins, Sales Director at Eduserv said: “We have worked hard to develop a cloud proposition for local government which allows organisations to choose the right mix of IT and professional services for the specific challenges they may face.”



Join us at Public Sector Enterprise ICT 2014 where Steven Walters, Chief Technology Officer for HMRC will be speaking about ‘Revolutionising Public Sector Technology’. The event will take place on 11th November at the Hotel Russell, London and you can contact us about attending, speaking or sponsoring the event here.

Below, David Wilde, CIO for Essex County Council talks to us about their IT infrastructure.

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