Total has increased the range of services it offers under the latest release of Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) G-Cloud procurement framework.
G-Cloud 11 enables Total to offer an expanded range of cloud hosting, software and support to the UK public sector. Formally, framework RM1557.11, it operates until 1 July 2020 and replaces G-Cloud 10.
“We’re delighted to have once again retained our place on the G-Cloud framework,” comments Stuart Curson, Public Sector Sales Manager at Total. He continues, “We’ve increased our range of services to ensure that we’re addressing the public sectors most pressing cloud needs”.
Total is providing services under all three lots of G-Cloud 11: Lot 1 (Cloud Hosting), Lot 2 (Cloud Software) and Lot 3 (Cloud Support). These include a componentised range of Microsoft Azure hosting services, Citrix on Azure hosting, Microsoft Azure Managed services, provision of the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security suite and Windows 10 Enterprise, Office 365 Support Services and a Cloud Backup and Recovery service.
“While achieving value is very important to our public sector customers, we also understand that they can’t afford security breaches and service interruptions,” adds Stuart. “So, we’ve focused on providing only those services that we already know we can deliver to a consistently high standard”.