Ironshare accepted as G-Cloud 11 supplier

We are delighted to announce that Ironshare has been awarded a place as a Crown Commercial Service listed supplier on the G-Cloud 11 framework.

 

This follows our acceptance onto the DOS3 framework last year and now means that Ironshare software and consultancy services are available to view and purchase on the Government Digital Marketplace.

The Digital Marketplace is a hub of 24,000+ cloud technology and support specialists, which public sector organisations can use to browse, compare and select potential providers.

It opens up the opportunity for our Cyber Security services and solutions to be found and selected by public sector organisations seeking reputable suppliers. What’s more, we’re proud to be part of an initiative that recognises the importance of connecting public sector organisations with credible and trusted services.

“In the last two years, we have established a strong client base predominantly in the SME and Corporate sector and now hope to continue that growth into the public sector. G-Cloud gives public sector organisations great access to reputable suppliers such as ourselves, and offers them the ability to evaluate and buy our cyber security solutions cost-effectively and with confidence.” – James Phipps, Ironshare

Our experience with a diverse range of clients has provided us with a unique insight into the challenges felt by organisations of all shape and size, who all have one thing in common – they are seeking simple, clear and effective cyber security solutions.

Tools alone can’t beat all the challenges that organisations face, but our efficient and cost-effective services bring strong layers of security to organisations of any size.

Recent research has revealed that phishing emails redirecting to fraudulent websites are perceived as posing the biggest cyber threat to UK business, with 59% of decision makers highlighting this as a chief security concern above everything else.

Our Cisco Umbrella managed service provides an effective barrier to this threat, preventing users from accessing known bad external sites, and having successfully rolled out to many companies over the last 12 months, we have seen the positive impact and reassurance our service provides.

We are able to meet even the most complex public sector requirements and hope that in joining the G-Cloud 11 framework it reinforces our commitment to providing effective cyber security solutions to organisations throughout the UK.

About the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) and G-Cloud 11

The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) works with both departments and organisations across the whole of the public sector to ensure maximum value is extracted from every commercial relationship and improve the quality of service delivery.

The CCS goal is to become the ‘go-to’ place for expert commercial and procurement services.

The G-Cloud 11 agreement supports the Government’s policy to centrally manage the procurement of common goods and services through an integrated commercial function at the heart of government.