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Announcing the new Office for Government

Creating a more efficient government with fewer resources is a tough task, but the new Office can help. Familiar Microsoft Office tools are now available securely in the cloud, allowing government employees to work from virtually anywhere, on any device, and far more cost-effectively.

Microsoft Office 365, has recently been awarded Impact Level 2 (IL2) accreditation from the Cabinet Office, further enhancing Microsoft’s offerings on the current G-Cloud procurement framework and CloudStore.

 

Step 1: Get started

Learn about the benefits of integrating communications, collaboration and productivity tools for your administration with a free 30-day trial.

  • See how the new Office can improve efficiency through this video.

Step 2: Get ready

Identify the new Office features that best meet your needs.

  • The new Office provides government employees with virtually anywhere access to familiar Office applications, email, calendar, HD video conferencing*, enterprise social networking and the most up-to-date documents, across devices – from PCs to smartphones to tablets**
  • Explore more features of the new Office. 

*HD-capable hardware required.
**Windows 7, Windows 8 OS, Windows Phone 7.5, required. Visit
www.office.com/mobile for compatible devices. Windows RT devices come pre-installed with Office Home & Student 2013 RT Preview. Internet connection required. Internet and mobile telephone usage charges may apply.

 

Step 3: Get trained

Get the most out of the new Office for public safety and national security: