The UK public sector’s ‘Cloud First’ policy was first announced back in 2013 but 15 years on, less than one in 10 local authorities are using cloud services to access and manage residents’ data. On-premise infrastructure is still relied on heavily by some 80% of councils.
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At the heart of everything we do here at Transputec is our commitment to putting our customers first and having a yes attitude. Our aspiration is that every one of our people, from executive management down to our interns, reflect these core values. Key to achieving this ambition is to recruit the right people in the first place.
It’s already Wednesday but Transputec and ThreatSpike Labs are still thinking back to a rewarding couple of days at last week’s HITEC (hospitality and technology) conference in Amsterdam.
It was the first ever HITEC event in Europe and also the first time that Transputec and ThreatSpike Labs have exhibited at any HITEC conference. I think I can safely say that both these firsts were a resounding success!
I’m pleased to announce that Transputec continues to ramp up its commitment to outstanding customer delivery by overhauling its ticketing workflow and resource management with ConnectWise, a company that transforms how technology providers successfully build, manage and grow their businesses.
It’s an exciting week for Transputec and ThreatSpike as we gear up to attend one of the key events in the hospitality and technology calendar - the HITEC conference being held in Amsterdam at the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre.