Need help getting started with cloud tools? This free e-book is a great resource

Maybe you’re convinced that cloud tools are the future. Or maybe you’re not so sure.

Whether you’re cloud sceptic or a cloud evangelist, it’s hard to get away from the topic these days. Trouble is, most of the information out there is written for IT pros who eat, sleep and breathe this stuff. What you need is a no-nonsense, plain-English guide to your cloud options — and a few practical tips for getting started.

We hear you. And we’re here to help. Our new e-book, “Bringing UK government into the cloud,” is a free, concise, easy-to-use resource for leaders across the UK public sector — and features an entire chapter devoted to the special challenges faced by healthcare organisations in the UK.

In this free e-book, you’ll learn:

  • How public sector organisations just like yours are taking advantage of cloud tools
  • How moving to the cloud can help organisations save money and improve services
  • How to build a business case for using cloud tools in your organisation
  • How to clear up common misconceptions about the cloud
  • How to get started using cloud tools in your office

“Bringing UK government into the cloud” is available now as a handy PDF. There’s no form to fill out; just download the file and start reading. And you can’t beat the price.

Download a copy of “Bringing UK government into the cloudtoday and get started on your office’s journey to the cloud.


Comments (2)

  1. Paula DiTallo says:

    Thanks for offering the pdf doc! I am particularly interested in spike capacity and the environment agency flood alert case.

  2. Hi Paula,

    Glad you liked it! I'm happy to share more about that story, or even connect you with some of the people who helped make it happen, if you'd like to know more. Have you seen this recent update?…/get-access-to-free-live-flood-warning-data-with-the-floodalerts-api.aspx