The digital skills gap. Reduced budgets. Ageing population. Whether you need to deliver essential services to citizens or local communities, or create a secure environment for regional economic growth, unlocking the power of technology has never been more important.
Trustmarque is part of your extended team. We just get you. Our knowledge, experience, and technical expertise is helping local councils, Whitehall departments and arms-length bodies choose and use the right technology to positively impact local communities across the UK.
For over 35 years, we have helped the public sector strengthen its cyber security, adopt remote working and protect the public purse in Microsoft licensing. Together we will build a solid framework for your digital transformation from some of the world’s biggest tech partners.
See our presence on all key public sector frameworks. Supporting you to acquire and adopt the right technology.
Design, build and optimise your perfect combination of public, hybrid, and private cloud.
Get cyber smart – protect your organisation and your users by raising your security posture.
Solutions to allow you to react quicker, keep costs low and improve reliability.
Manage your unstructured data to bring efficiencies and scalability to meet any capacity.
Flexible working and striking the balance for your people is critical for their wellbeing and motivation. Remote working poses new challenges, but with smarter collaboration tools you can drive productivity and connectivity across your departments.
Increased threats from nation states and organised crime pose a real threat to the UK. Acting now is essential to ensure you have the tools to stay protected. Armed with the latest cyber defences, you can rest assured your citizen and democratic services continue to run.
We strive to get value for money, identify savings, and get the most out of the available technology.
The myth around home working in local government has gone. This has proved that it can be done depending on which department you work for. I certainly think there will be more flexibility in the future.”