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Last Friday we hosted our very first Exponential-e Cricket Challenge Cup (sponsored by Custodian360) in aid of charity. And unlike the debacle at Old Trafford last week, this cricket match was a splendid success! (Unless any Aussies are reading this, of course.)
Our Public Sector Director Afshin Attari recently sat down with Innopsis's Lynne Magennis and Michael Bowyer for a roundtable discussion on frameworks in the Public Sector.
On the first Thursday of each month the Culture Club (who arrange our company's social events) stock reception with free drinks for staff to enjoy after a hard day's work. This month rum cocktails were provided, including rum punch and piña colada, to help celebrate rum being the selected spirit of the month - and they went down a treat! (Ooh, our poor heads.)
Last week we held our Q2 Pride and Service Awards - a ceremony that celebrates employees that have gone above and beyond in the past few months, and recognises those that have reached their five or ten year landmark working for Exponential-e.
In 2019, most organisations are adopting a multi-Cloud strategy to meet their particular requirements. Using two or more Cloud services gives organisations more freedom and flexibility; but it also means having multiple Clouds to monitor and manage.
In recent years, Cloud has become popular with organisations due to its simplicity, accessibility and relatively low-cost. Using Cloud, you can avoid many of the difficulties and expenditures that come with operating your own infrastructure, and - because it's easily accessible from anywhere - Cloud can give your users much more flexibility than on-prem legacy infrastructure.