The UK Government G-Cloud is an initiative targeted at easing procurement by public-sector bodies that use or would like to use cloud computing.G-Cloud consists of a series of framework agreements with suppliers, from which public sector organisations can buy services without needing to run a full tender or competition procurement process.
Cristie are have been approved by Crown Commercial Services as a prime contractor and solution provider in the latest iteration of the Government Cloud Framework - G-Cloud 7.
Software as a Service (SaaS)
By achieving the SaaS accreditation we are validating our commitment to security and accessibility with our Cloud Services, allowing new and existing customers to buy with confidence and simplicity.
All our solutions and services have been designed to address the data management and data protection challenges we see within Public Sector, at a competitive price point. We continue to offer a consultative approach to sales, engaging with our clients to fully understand the requirements before making any recommendations. Get in touch to find out more - or click here to have your account manager call you back.
To discover more about these services please look though the documents below or fill in the form on this page to make contact with us.
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Cristie Cloud and Data Centre Services
Cristie can take care off and manage your Cloud data storage requirements by offering the following services:
Cristie Cloud Backup - Powered by Arcserve
Cloud Backup Service, offering Hybrid Cloud Backup and Recovery, into our Tier 3+ datacentre. Includes local retention of data, remote retention of 12 months as standard. Quick-ship recovery available through shipment of secure USB drive via Cristie courier.
Nimble Storage - Replication Sevices
Nimble Storage efficiently replicates data to another array by transferring compressed, block-level changes only. These remote copies can be made active if the primary array becomes unavailable. This makes deploying disaster data recovery easy and affordable – especially over a WAN to a remote array where bandwidth is limited.