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Microsoft in Government

Mobility first: 4 simple steps to connect your city and its workers

18 February 2014 | Joel Cherkis, General Manager, Worldwide Government
If there’s a device in every pocket, how is it possible that millions of government workers are untethered for much of their workday? Here are 4 steps to keep your city and its remote workers connected.

The new Microsoft Office 365 in government

06 March 2013 | Kellie Ann Chainier, Director of Office Regulatory and Policy Strategy, Worldwide Public Sector
With the launch of the next generation of Office 365, governments will have new opportunities to increase mobility and flexibility, improve productivity, and protect their sensitive data. Learn more about these key benefits in today’s post.

Why I’m excited about Windows 8 for government

30 October 2012 | Joel Cherkis, General Manager, Worldwide Government
New operating system will enable flexible and mobile work styles, support a variety of government and employee-owned devices, and bring added security.

How unified communications brought £1 million in savings to the Scottish Borders Council

14 August 2012 | David Burrows, Managing Director of Government Industry, Europe, Middle East & Africa
Find out how this agency saved money and increased productivity through collaboration tools.

The new government workforce: Think global, more mobile

02 August 2012 | Joel Cherkis, General Manager, Worldwide Government
Learn more about developing the infrastructure and tools to support modern workers.

Building a mobile workforce for cost savings

21 February 2012 | Michele Bedford Thistle, Business Manager, Government, National Security, and International Organizations, Worldwide Public Sector
Find out how mobile work can help your organization save money by boosting employee productivity and cutting down on costs associated with physical office space.