You’ve undoubtedly heard about the hardware bugs that potentially impact nearly every computing device made in the last 20 years. These bugs have scary-sounding names: Spectre and Meltdown. I want to take a few minutes to explain these two issues and tell you what Granicus is doing to protect the data you entrust with us.… Read more »
Last November, GovDelivery reached the impressive milestone of 100 million users, and that milestone was the topic of a recent episode of an industry podcast. GovDelivery CEO, Scott Burns, recently talked to Alex Theuma about how the company reached 100 million users for Theuma’s podcast, The SaaS Revolution Show.
I have met some amazing people during my years serving government. One that really stands out is Andrew Hoppin. In 2010, when Andrew was CIO of the NY State Senate, another Andrew I greatly admire, Andrew Rasiej (founder of the Personal Democracy Forum), encouraged me to meet Andrew Hoppin. Andrew H. (got to keep the… Read more »
By Dave Worsell, Managing Director of GovDelivery Europe I’m proud to have been part of techUK’s Public Sector Board (PSB) operations committee during the creation of their Three Point Plan to transform public services. As Managing Director of GovDelivery Europe, an SME supplier of Software as a Service (SaaS) digital communication services exclusively for government… Read more »
By Kathy Kyle, Digital Communications Consultant at GovDelivery GovDelivery was recently awarded a G-Cloud III framework contract for its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) cloud-based solutions, making it easier for government to reach more people. G-Cloud III is important as it continues to enable UK public sector departments and organisations to easily access centrally negotiated deals and transact… Read more »
By Dave Worsell, Director, Government Solutions, GovDelivery UK I’ve worked with UK Government long enough to be more than a bit sceptical when they announce an initiative like the CloudStore as a vehicle for SMEs to engage with government. Sure it sounds like good idea. Government working closely with SMEs, purchasing innovative technologies that are… Read more »
On Sunday, February 19, the Government Procurement Service officially launched CloudStore for UK central government and local authorities. The UK government first proposed the G-Cloud initiative over two years ago with the goal of bringing a wider range of cloud suppliers to the public sector while increasing the flexibility of procurement contracts. The programme wanted… Read more »