About MIW and Muon

News: Muon Consulting has its own website at last! So this website may get rebranded soon.

Muon Consulting Ltd was incorporated in 2009, registered in England and Wales with company number  6889064, and is now based in Scotland. We currently provide clients with the following services: cloud computing consultancy, Drupal development and educational software development.

Our founder and CEO, Mark Williams, is the author of a A QuickStart Guide to Cloud Computing, which was published by Kogan Page in October 2010, and ‘Making the move to cloud computing’, which was published by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW) in 2012. Mark chaired Day 3 of the annual Cloud Computing World Forum (CCWF) conference in 2010, chaired the ‘Cloud Build’ session on Day 2 of CCWF 2011, and spoke on cloud security at the ICAEW’s cloud computing conference in 2012. And in June 2015 he spoke at the Scot-Cloud 2015 conference in Edinburgh.

For The Open University and its partners we have developed numerous interactive learning applications (using Flash, HTML5 and OpenMark) and numerous Drupal websites, including the staff profiles website which feeds profile data to OU faculty websites such as the Faculty of Business & Law website, which we also developed. We also wrote the specifications and user guides for these systems.

We recently produced a series of online guides for Serco which deal with the various issues that small businesses face when considering and/or adopting Cloud Computing services or Customer Relationship Management Systems.

Feel free to contact us.


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