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Scott Riley.

Scott is a tech strategy professional who has worked in the technology industry for over 20 years. In leadership roles at some of the UK’s largest IT service providers, Scott has helped hundreds of clients on a digital journey away from rubbish IT solutions. 

In his last position, Scott ran the Cloud Services division of a major UK provider, where he started from zero. Over the course of the next few years, cloud services would become a £34M annual revenue stream.

Following a successful exit to PE, Scott started up a Microsoft 365 and Azure consultancy firm in Leeds. Quickly growing to become a Microsoft Gold Partner, the firm has gone through huge growth during the pandemic as they helped businesses rapidly adapt to remote and hybrid working.

Scott now partners with clients and IT organisations around the world. Providing advice, guidance and strategic input on areas from business, technology, people management and service profitability.


Areas of Specialism

  • Microsoft Azure Cloud
  • Business Technology
  • Cyber Security
  • Managed Service Providers
  • Microsoft 365
  • Windows

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Weekly Live Show.

Catch Scott LIVE on the weekly Tech Tribe show every Thursday at 0900 GMT on YouTube or on LinkedIn


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Press Articles.

Why keeping it simple is a channel challenge

The mantra from vendors is that they want to make life easier and make systems simple for partners – but that is not as easy as it sounds

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How to set up a Teams meeting – an expert guide for first time users

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Sustainability in the creative sector goes far beyond cloud computing

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US, UK, Australia Issue Alert on Iranian APT Groups

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Security Expert Warns Windows 11 Could Yet Become Vista 2.0

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Windows 11 issues mean it’s not worth upgrading yet, say experts

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Windows 11 rollout begins as industry predict slow business uptake

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