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Huddle continues to drive UK government's shift to the cloud through G-Cloud Services Framework

UK public sector organisations can now procure cloud collaboration and content management technology quickly and easily as Huddle today announced its inclusion on the G-Cloud Services Framework. Removing the need for single tender justification, both the secure public version of Huddle, which can be used for collaboration on data up to IL2, and Huddle IL3, for collaboration on RESTRICTED data, can now be purchased via the Framework.

The leader in cloud collaboration and content management, Huddle already works with 75 per cent of central government departments, including the Ministry of Justice and the Cabinet Office, and numerous local government and NHS organisations. With the government promoting a shift to cloud-based technologies and collaborative working initiatives, there is an increasing demand for tools that support cross-department collaboration and joined-up government. Unlike many on-premise legacy ICT systems, Huddle and Huddle IL3 can be set up in minutes, with no special architecting or customisations required, and software updates occur automatically.

-Huddle’s inclusion on the G-Cloud Framework is great news for public sector organisations and growing UK businesses, stated Alastair Mitchell, CEO, Huddle. -The Framework enables organisations to make the move from costly on-premise legacy ICT systems to innovative cloud-based technologies much faster and creates real competition in the government cloud services marketplace. Securing government technology deals has long been an area dominated by integrators and technology goliaths and this Framework has now levelled the playing field.

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