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G-Cloud celebrates one year anniversary

Derek du Preez | Feb. 22, 2013
The government’s G-Cloud project is celebrating its one year anniversary this week, having undergone many changes and attracted a lot of attention from both the public and private sector.

He added: "We don't want to see the Framework overrun with big tech vendors that undermine the G-Cloud values because they don't offer the same value for money or innovation."

The G-Cloud has faced a number of criticisms over the past year, with some claiming that the framework is becoming a 'ghetto for SMES' given the absence of cloud giants Amazon and Google. It has also been said that government procurement teams, and vendor sales teams, are actively working against the framework, given the direct impact on their job roles.

For a full analysis on the progress of the G-Cloud framework, click here.


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