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CTS & CloudM
CTS & CloudM

Purpose

Our purpose is to enable our customers to harness the potential of the cloud.  Our group consists of two brands; CloudM and CTS. Together, we strive to progress our industry as a whole, and are using the B Corporation framework to continuously build on how we can treat our employees, community and environment with respect. We’re excited to see the progress we can collectively make.

CTS is the largest dedicated Google Cloud practice in Europe and aims to become the number one dedicated Global Partner for Google Cloud. We are also proud holders of 2020 Google Awards for both Workspace and GCP. 

CloudM is the tech company behind the tech companies; providing software solutions that enable businesses to unlock the potential of Workspace and Office 365.

We’re a community of creators; innovating, building and testing isn’t just for developers here - it’s in our DNA. At every level we encourage our people to think, ask, try and not worry about getting things wrong. We’ve built our attitude on our Manchester-rooted mantra; just crack on.

Our Values


Get Involved

From the bottom to the top, we don’t treat anyonedifferently. We roll up our sleeves and help out, knowing others would do thesame for us.
We share and consider each other’s thoughts, listening and trusting that wewill be listened to. We don’t expect people to be mind readers.

Appreciate Others

We know that work is only one aspect of our lives. We’remore than colleagues. We treat each other as equals, and consider our actionsand how they will impact others around them. We celebrate each other’ssuccesses.

We support our local communities with volunteering andfundraising, as well as supporting our colleagues in need.

Crack on

We don’t wait around. We know who needs to have input andwhen. We seize opportunities and make decisions quickly. 

If things go wrong, we fix them.

Try new things

Learning is at our core and we’re not afraid to trysomething new. If it works, that’s great, and if it doesn’t, that’s fine too.Either way, we’ve gained knowledge to share and can grow professionally. Wechallenge thoughts in a constructive way.
We strive to not only keep pace with our surroundings but innovate to drivethings forward.

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    Interviews

    In this week’s Meet & Greet interview, myGwork member and LGBTQ+ ally Charlotte Batters shares why tech tools need to work harder to promote inclusion at work and create space for diverse ideas in the new digital world. She also provides a glimpse into her role as CTS & CloudM’s Head of People Op...

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    In this week’s Meet & Greet interview, myGwork member and LGBTQ+ ally Tom Ray shares why the LGBTQ+ community is "very important" to his company, and how as CEO of CTS Group, he is promoting inclusion to ensure that all staff are “welcome, feel safe and can be themselves” at work. He also offers a glimpse into his work and social life...

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    Culture

    When you hear someone talk about the menstrual cycle, it’s common to feel slightly awkward and encourage a change of topic, even if it’s something you experience first hand. But why is that? Why is our initial reaction to something so natural one of disgust and aversion? Is it because there’s blood involved, or maybe it’s because it just doesn...

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    Culture

     Authored by Jenn Calland and GuestsWhat is Neurodiversity?Just like everyone has differences in obvious ways such as skin colour, hair colour and texture, eye colour, height and build; everyone has differences in how their brains are wired too. Neurodiversity describes the natural range of differences in brain function and behavioural traits...

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    What do you think about when you hear that word? Are you imagining a particular disability? What do the people you’re picturing look like?Disability is a big word with a plethora of meanings, but people’s perceptions often cover just a small slither of the conditions, impairments and limitations that this umbrella term encompasses.People with...

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    Katie Williams, Talent Acquisitions Specialist at Cloud Technology Solutions (CTS), reflects on the company’s diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) achievements to date, and why the focus will continue to be on “creating meaningful inclusion, rather than ticking tokenistic boxes and chasing statistics.” Hi Katie, can you tell us about yo...

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    Business

    Authored by Nathan Ridding (he/him), along with contributor Tim Corcoran (he/him). Introduction We will explore some of the identities that make up the LGBT+ acronym and challenge some of the common misconceptions and stereotypes about the people that belong to this community. This is by no means an exhaustive list, and LGBT+ covers s...

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    Business

    Every good blog opens with a joke. So - here goes; “Women in Tech community?? When are we going to start a ‘Men in Tech’ one??” ;) Ok, let’s dive in. Algorithms: Not just a ‘tech thing’. Starting from the start; when building a business culture there is a danger in creating a “like-minded” community. It’s important that we don’t confuse “like...

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    Careers

    Life Happens The alarm is blaring but it’s Saturday morning, and I’m swiftly reminded that I forgot to reset it for weekend lie-ins. Deep sigh, turn it off. Quick ear to listen for the kids to determine if they’ve sorted out their breakfasts and it sounds like they have, so I roll over and snooze. Because it's Saturday. The sun’s streaming in,...

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    Culture

    We recently saw the end of the month of Ramadan (sometimes spelled Ramadhan), which is considered by Muslims to be one of the holiest months in the Islamic calendar. You’ve probably heard that Ramadan is the month that adult Muslims that are fit and able to do so fast from sunrise to sunset. I’ve seen the following list below circulating on soc...

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    The Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities (CRED) released a report on 31st March which found that the UK no longer has a system that is deliberately rigged against ethnic minorities. This sparked numerous debates from different voices around the UK and the world, both for and against its findings. I wanted to talk about one of the effects...

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    I have worked for a number of different consultant companies over the years, and this is the first that genuinely lives and breathes their Values:
    Get Involved
    Appreciate Others
    Try New Things
    Crack On

    With Gender neutral parental leave policies, unlimited holiday and flexible remote working policies, CTS are forward thinking and family friendly.

    A work/life balance is important at CTS, as well as their employees physical and mental well being. Working late into the evening and weekends, is actively discouraged.

    Learning is actively encouraged . with 10 training days a year as well as the opportunity to work towards specific certifications, CTS actually encourage people to take time from their day job to learn, Not just say it and then load you up with too much work.

    CTS have a thriving Diversity, Equity and Inclusion community who meet regularly as well as share blogs on specific topics. They do not just pay lip service to DEI , they genuinely want to employ people from diverse backgrounds.

    CTS also have a very open feedback process, which is actually used by people to recognise great work, appreciation of others etc.

    With all of this good stuff, there is an expectation that employees will want to crack on, to learn and get involved. If you are looking for a fast moving, forward thinking company that challenges you to be better (without overstretching or burning you out), then CTS is the company for you.

    I would wholeheartedly and unreservedly recommend working for this company to anyone.

    I’ve worked for CloudM for more than 2 years now, and I can honestly say it’s a very inclusive place to work. I’ve always felt able to be myself at work, and I believe that feeling is shared by all of my colleagues. Everyone is kind and genuinely appreciates the efforts of the people they work with, and praise is often made publicly, based on merit, and given fairly across the organisation.

    All of this is made possible by the culture that CloudM has, and this is encouraged and maintained by everyone from the top down. With unlimited annual leave, gender neutral parental leave, and learning and development actively encouraged, you are treated like an individual, not a number, and work-life balance is respected.

    I highly recommend CloudM as a positive, inclusive place to work!

    I've been at CloudM for four months now and I can confidently say it's one of the most inclusive places I've ever worked. To reiterate what the other reviews have said, it is a place I've felt really valued, seen and heard. There is a great shared energy and empathy company wide, from top to bottom. Even in a junior role, I am asked to give my thoughts, opinion and feedback which makes me feel trusted and respected in my role.

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