June 5, 2014, by
Posted in Cloud, Global File Transfer, News, Secure File Transfer, Security, Thru, Inc.

“In 2010, the UK found itself with the largest deficit since the Second World War,” as stated in the Treasury’s 2013 Spending Round. To reduce this deficit, reform has taken place to lower public spending which reached a high of 47.4 per cent of the GDP from 2009-10 (see graph below). As a way to cut IT costs and ease procurement, G-Cloud was launched to encourage migration away from expensive in-house solutions and adopt cheaper, easier-to-use Cloud solutions.

UK Government Spending

Although Cloud reduces costs and eases deployment, data breaches are a constant threat for agencies handling classified data. To ensure security for the public sector, ‘secure’ Cloud solutions are needed to ensure the privacy of intellectual property.

Secure Government File Transfers with MFT

Thru has been added to G-Cloud 5 to offer the public sector secure managed file transfers (MFT). This helps the UK reduce public spending for IT while providing secure solutions for transferring large amounts of sensitive data. As a supplier of SaaS, customers access a secure, private cloud service that ensures security for file transfers and meets the UK’s agenda for data security, auditability, and IT value. Watch the video to learn more about Thru’s involvement in G-Cloud 5.

A Comprehensive Solution

Thru is a global network with multiple UK locations for Safe Harbor. With Cloud or On-Premises deployments, users can send Ad Hoc and B2B secure file transfers to anywhere in the world with fast speeds and low latency. Thru is a comprehensive solution for customers with multiple applications providing Connectors for Outlook, SharePoint, and IBM Notes and also REST and SOAP Web Services for quick integration to any application. Thru is proud to be a part of G-Cloud 5 and aims to offer the public sector real savings and support the UK’s ‘Cloud First’ policy.


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