Achieving Premier Status across the Globe
Cloudy AWS Premier Status #1 – Europe and North America! Job. Done. This week Cloudreach was reconfirmed as an AWS Premier Partner in Europe, continuing our status since 2014. More importantly perhaps, Cloudreach have achieved the Premier tier for our North American business independently! To celebrate, I’ve gathered my thoughts and insights in this blog […]
Cloudreach is a Next-Gen AWS Managed Service Partner
We’re delighted to announce that, in April, Cloudreach became one of the first partners to pass the AWS MSP Validation Checklist version 3.0 audit.
TfL Hackday – The Data Challenge
I recently got involved in a Hackday that energised both me and room full of very clever people. The power of what can be achieved through collaboration, creativity and the latest in cloud technology to enable, rather than inhibit, was a great thing to experience. Let me start at the beginning, the challenge…
A How-To Guide for Preparing your Cyber Incident Response Program
It’s Security Awareness Week at Cloudreach, and we’re bringing you a special guest blog post from our Partner Alert Logic!
Security – It’s a Scary World Out There
Now there’s a doom mongering headline, eh? Well, it’s true so I make no apology for it. It’s been nearly a year since I last wrote on the subject of security (“How Secure is your data”), but having been to visit our partners Alert Logic recently, I was motivated to jot down a few further […]
Vendor Exams – Do They have any Value?
My own experiences… If you work in IT, in any form of technical capacity, it’s guaranteed that there will be certifications provided by the vendor of the tech you work with. When I started my career (in the glamorous world of ERP) I was encouraged to chase certifications from Oracle – largely related to Forms development […]
Using Chef? Why Risk your Business on a Lack of Support?
An upfront note: Cloudreach is a consulting partner and reseller of Chef’s awesome technology. This blog might appear as a bit “salesy” a first glance. That’s not my intent – I do strongly believe the recommendations are sound.