How the Home Office moved immigration services to the cloud

John Leonard
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Home Office immigration project was a winner at last year's UK IT Awards
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Home Office immigration project was a winner at last year's UK IT Awards

Last year's cloud services award winners, the Home Office moved to AWS to future-proof its operations

Moving from a traditional on-premises IT infrastructure to a more agile, cloud-based set up can be a challenging undertaking particularly if you are having to migrate large volumes of sensitive data and...

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