Node4, the cloud, data centre and communications solutions provider, announced that its N4 Private Cloud, Cyber Security Services, NetApp Private Storage as a Service (NPSaaS), Storage as a Service (STaaS), Backup as a Service (BUaaS), Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) powered by Cisco and Amazon Web Services (AWS) solutions are all available via the Digital Marketplace, the online store for purchasing cloud-based services, as part of the newly launched G-Cloud 11 Framework.
Node4 continues to be a part of the recognised G-Cloud directory of suppliers. The company's presence on the G-Cloud 11 directory means that its services are available and can now be accessed by organisations across the UK public sector without the need for a full tender or competition procurement process.
Organisations able to benefit from these services include central and local governments, health, education, emergency services, defence, devolved administrations, and not-for-profit organisations. All of these divisions will be able to make full use of the latest technology provided by Node4 through G-Cloud 11, safe in the knowledge that it is fully compliant and regulated.
"In today's business climate, it is important, now more than ever, for organisations to be corporately and socially responsible," said Vicky Withey, Compliance Manager, Node4. "With Node4's proven dedication to corporate and social responsibility, we can further be part of the G-Cloud 11 Framework's commitment to providing excellent hosting providers to the public sector. We are very excited to continue to work alongside institutions of the public sector and not-for-profit organisations, helping them to run mission-critical systems and services."