Councils owe it to citizens to investigate the possibilities of public cloud

By Ian Sherring | 29 August 2019

People rely on their local authority for the basic services that make life run smoothly. They’re tasked with delivering a huge range of essential services, from adult social care and parking permits to rubbish collections and council tax. If the local council is unable to do its job properly, it affects people’s quality of life very quickly

Despite that, in the aftermath of the 2008 crash, local councils have consistently faced the challenge of decreasing funding.

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