HMRC puts tax in the cloud with DataCentred's OpenStack platform

Roland Moore-Colyer
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The government's digital tax platform will be hosted in a public cloud

The government is set to embrace more open source technologies with Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) opting to use DataCentred's OpenStack public cloud to support its multi-channel digital ...

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