UK-based IT infrastructure specialist Q Associates has been awarded a place on the G-Cloud 8 framework. Q Associates now offer an enhanced range of specialist cloud-based infrastructure and storage services to enable our Government Clients to Beat Austerity. These services include:
- Managed IT Infrastructure Service – Bringing highly-disciplined operational management and agility to enable government transformational projects become reality.
- Assured Backup Services – We do the business as usual (BAU) daily operation of an enterprise backup solution, allowing our government clients to focus on innovation.
- Q Cloud Suite – ERP, CRM, Service Desk & Financials software powered by Open Source Software
- Public Cloud DBaaS – Database as a Service (DBaaS) enabling government to maximise the efficiencies of the cloud and leverage the expertise of our skilled DB team
- Data Insight Assessment Service – Data and lots of it, what to keep, what to delete, what to archive how do you get a Return on Information?
- Cloud Software and Integration – Q Associates transition client’s services and applications to the private, public or hybrid cloud.
- Cloud Readiness – Comprehensive Cloud enablement programme designed to de-risk migrations to cloud deployments and technologies.
- Cloud Migration – Designed to assess technical challenges inherent in such a change programme and mitigate the risks.
Other services include: Large Scale Data Archiving, Oracle as a service, Backup Managed Services and Managed Storage Services. This compliments our original listings for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Software as a service (SaaS) and Specialist Cloud Services.
David Cue, Q Associates’ Founder and Managing Director stated:
We are delighted to be named as an approved G-Cloud supplier. This appointment provides a firm foundation for our continued development in helping government clients beat austerity measures by bridging the gap through IT efficiency.
If you want to know more about the services Q Associates provides through G-Cloud simply follow the link below: