09 December 2013 | Gary Wachowicz, Industry Managing Director, Worldwide Public Sector
Centralized command is the key to running a large event—or a growing city. Here are the 3 areas that successful cities and their operations teams focus on.
04 December 2013 | Michele Bedford Thistle, Marketing Manager, Worldwide Public Sector
Around the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, it’s time to assess your progress and explore three pivotal areas for improvement.
20 October 2013 | Dr. Andrew Hawkins, Managing Director, Public Safety and Justice, Worldwide Public Sector, Microsoft Corporation
To battle rising cyber crime, Poland launched a multipronged attack. See how they did it, and get some ideas for safeguarding your own systems.
25 September 2013 | Joel Cherkis, General Manager, Worldwide Government
All around the world, people are flocking to cities. Here are three essential areas that need to be modernized to make your city ready.
19 August 2013 | Kirsten Edmondson Wolfe, Global Industry Director for Public Sector for Microsoft Business Solutions
A regional authority reinvented service delivery, eliminating metric tons of CO2 and saving millions of euros a year. Citizens are happy, officials are thrilled, and the UN took notice—here’s why.
12 July 2012 | Jose Antonio Ondiviela, Western Europe Industry Market Development Manager
Read this story of an organization leveraging technology to achieve increased productivity internally while improving care for victims of domestic violence.
26 January 2012 | Glenn Berg, Provincial Government Industry Manager, Microsoft Canada
Learn how to create a robust, easy to change licensing and permit system that facilitates business growth and development, and allows you to collect government data and revenue more effectively.
11 October 2011 | Zdenek Jiricek, Industry Solutions Director, Worldwide Public Sector
Government agencies can realize considerable benefits with a common, easy-to-use, yet certifiable document and records management system – measured by increased work productivity and reduced IT management costs.