Newbury, April 19th 2018 – The Roc Running team today proudly donned their new team colours outside of the companies Newbury HQ in preparation for the Newbury Roc10k taking place on Sunday 27th May 2018. The team of twenty-two, comprising of Roc team members, family, and a number of Roc customers will take the starting line after training hard throughout the winter, regularly hitting the streets of Newbury after work, and battling through the snow and ice, even training during the beast from the east.
Newbury, 17 April, 2018: In a little over a month’s time, on Sunday, May 27, hundreds of runners will line up for the start of the 2018 Roc Newbury 10k supported by The Good Exchange – the race formerly sponsored by Bayer – and one West Berkshire charity will take a special interest in cheering the runners on.
“Increasing the availability of trusted sovereign cloud services to UK public sector customers is critical to the evolution of digitally enabled and delivered public services,” commented Matt Franklin, CEO Roc Technologies, “As a partner of UKCloud, Microsoft, and Cisco, we are excited to see UKCloud bring this new sovereign service to market. Roc has been securely migrating many of our public-sector customers to the UKCloud platform, as well as partnering with UKCloud to build out our own government aaS service portfolio. This sovereign Azure service perfectly matches our vision for government hybrid cloud services, and is perfectly timed to meet the growing demand for public-sector migration to Microsoft powered cloud services. We are proud to be a partner and looking forward to accelerating our customers adoption of this unique and compelling UKCloud service.”
Over the last few months I have met with countless companies discussing the impact of GDPR on their organisation. It has been astounding to see the amount of consulting companies, technology vendors and solution provider who are using scare tactics as a way to position their services. Let's be absolutely clear - the world isn't coming to an end on May 26th, 2018! However, ignorance is no longer bliss! All I hear is GDPR…bla..bla..bla with very little substance or real understanding of the operational challenges that will be impacted by the privacy change.