The Bletchley Park Trust would like to acknowledge and thank all the Corporate Partners who have generously supported Bletchley Park over recent years.
Google have supported the Bletchley Park Trust since 2010 when they helped secure a valuable set of Alan Turing’s works and related material which were being sold at auction. The partnership has flourished and Google are a major sponsor supporting the restoration of the site. Bletchley Park is proud to be a partner of the Google Cultural Institute where a digital exhibition features material from Bletchley Park’s archives.
“Alan Turing is a hero to many people at Google. I don’t think it is an exaggeration to say that without Alan Turing, Google in the form we know it would not exist today”, Peter Barron Director of Communications, Google (Middle East and Africa)
In October 2013, McAfee and the Bletchley Park Trust announced a 5-year partnership to support an international cyber security exhibition and learning programme in online safety. The collaboration will enable children and adults to learn how the breathtaking achievements of the World War II Codebreakers are relevant in today’s war against cyber threats.
“McAfee is immensely proud to be involved with the preservation and development of such a vital part of British and world history. McAfee works tirelessly to protect against ever-increasing online threats and working with Bletchley Park allows us to make a real impact on the cyber security education of children. Helping to keep the next generation safe was a key driver for partnering with The Bletchley Park Trust, not to mention the chance to help commemorate the part Bletchley Park played in the birth of the information age.”Gert-Jan Schenk, President EMEA at McAfee
Hyland and Hewlett Packard are supporting a ground-breaking partnership project to digitise the Bletchley Park Archive. Using state-of-the-art Capture and cloud-based Electronic Content Management solutions, many hundreds of thousands of historic documents are being preserved digitally for future generations. Content including communication transcripts, communiqués, memoranda and photographs from some of the most significant events of the Second World War will soon be available online.
“We are delighted to partner with HP to help the Trust unearth, capture, manage, protect, store and access its extensive archive collection – you never know what wartime secrets we may discover.” James Longstaff, Director -EMEA, Hyland
“The really exciting bit for us is not just the preservation of the historic and unique documents in the Bletchley archive, but also the fact that it enables them to be accessible further down the line to the general public, not just in the UK but also across the world.” Dexter Harriss, Head of Commercial Marketing, Printing and Personal Systems Group, HP UK&I