Why we use Amazon Web Services
Denis Kaminskiy, Co Founder of Arcus Global is Shortlisted in the 7th Annual Enterprise Awards
Arcus was the first UK partner to gain AWS Public Sector competence. This is because we understand the sector inside-out. For the seventh consecutive year, AWS names as a leader in Gartner's Infrastructure as a Service (Iaas) Magic Quadrant.
Come Along and See us at the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) National Conference
The Annual Enterprise Awards celebrate the very best entrepreneurs in the UK technology industry. Uniquely focused on Founders, rather than Companies, the Enterprise Awards recognises those that demonstrate vision, growth, innovation, funding, use of capital, use of resources, strategy, execution, ambition, and determination to succeed. Previous winners include the founders of British unicorns FanDuel and Transferwise.
What can Artificial Intelligence Offer to the Public Sector?
We’re delighted to be running a workshop at the CTSI Conference in Harrogate.
Colin and Helen, our two representatives will be presenting the 'Why', 'How' and 'When' of a new generation digital platform for UK Trading Standards and will explain, and show, how cloud-based deployment can provide secure, mobile access to officers and managers from any location on any device.
Arcus Global is Awarded a Place on G-Cloud 9
We’re delighted to be hosting the next Digital Leader East of England salon on June 21 at the Future Business Centre as part of the National Digital Leaders Week.
Lessons from Security Attacks
Arcus Global is delighted to be awarded a place on G-Cloud 9. The G-Cloud is an initiative targeted at easing procurement by public-sector bodies in departments of the United Kingdom Government of commodity information technology services that use Cloud computing.
Arcus Global Clients Avoid Computer Malware
It’s been all over the news since the weekend. The ransomware attack that disrupted the NHS and businesses around the world.
What’s the Difference Between ‘Big Data’ and ‘Data’?
Over the weekend a computer malware spread across 150 countries. Arcus Global clients were not affected.
Arcus Global wins at the Cambridgeshire SME Business Awards
I’m not sure it’s needed but frankly when the topic arises (and it does all the time) it’s just too tempting to pass up.
Arcus Global Shortlisted for Three More Awards!
Arcus Global is delighted to have won two awards and been named highly commended runner up for another at the Cambridgeshire SME Business Awards held at the Huntingdon Marriott on the 5th April 2017.
Arcus Global Shortlisted for Cambridge Business Excellence Awards
Arcus Global is delighted to have been shortlisted in three categories in the Cambridgeshire SME Business Awards. The three categories are Business of the Year, Business of the Year Greater than 50, and the High Growth Business Award.
Dan, Our First Apprentice, Is Hired!
Arcus Global are delighted to have been shortlisted in the Medium Size Business of the Year category.
In 2016 Arcus Global was honoured to have won the Small Business of the Year awarded by Cambridge Business Weekly. This year, reflecting our growth and success, Arcus Global qualified to enter in the medium size business category and are delighted to have our success recognised by being shortlisted.
Arcus Global joins Cadcorp Business Partner Network programme
Dan is very positive about his experience as an apprentice and could see no downside to being an apprentice other than his travel time. Dan says he enjoyed being in a more adult environment and preferred work to school.
Arcus Global Goes Live with ‘101’ Services Across all 4 Lots on the Digital Marketplace Framework
At Arcus our applications are built to support digital service transformation in local authorities. Our applications often incorporate geographic information for the purposes of spatial data capture and plotting, creating efficiencies for users and ensuring data is available for public consumption in its most accessible form.
PETERBOROUGH CITY COUNCIL WINS GLOBAL AWS AWARD
Arcus Global has successfully listed 101 of their cloud-based products and services across the Digital Framework, making Arcus Global the largest SME provider to UK Local Government by sales volume, and one of the most successful SMEs on the G-Cloud framework overall.
Arcus Global First UK Company to Achieve Government Competency Status from Amazon Web Services
Peterborough City Council has won the prestigious AWS (Amazon Web Services) Global Public Sector Smart City Award which comes with a prize of $25,000 worth of promotional credits that can be used to offset Peterborough’s AWS cloud infrastructure costs.
EuroCloud UK Award winners announced
Arcus Global, an Amazon Web Services Advanced Consulting Partner already recognised for its Managed Services capability, has added to its growing reputation by becoming the first UK based AWS Government Competency Partner.
Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council Chooses ArcusGlobal to Provide Digital Citizen Services
London, June 22 (http://eurocloud.org.uk/) today announces the ten companies chosen by its judging panel as finalists and winners in this year’s UK Awards contest. nd 2016 – Cloud computing industry champion EuroCloud UK
Better Connected Live - A View From the Back
Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (RMB() has contracted with Arcus Global (Arcus) following a thorough open OJEU procurement exercise to provide its Digital Services Hub. The new platform will enable citizens, businesses and other stakeholders across the authority to interact digitally with the council, enabling Rotherham to be an always on, always available Authority.
4 Causes of Legacy Systems Syndrome and Some Ways to Mitigate Them
The most telling session at the Better Connected Live event in Birmingham at the end of last month was the Q and A that ended the morning session on day one. The 20 minute Q and A drilled into the heart of the challenge and the problems of being a digital authority in 2016.
Does your organisation have a system, which while critical to some business function is proving nearly impossible to update and change? Does every upgrade cycle take months and require serious effort and testing? Is the application starting to creak at the seams and proving occasionally unstable?