- Energy-smart buildings white paper
Find out how information technology can cut energy use and costs of real estate portfolios
- E-book: Office 365: A better way to communicate for government
See how government at all levels can communicate better and work together from virtually anywhere, around the clock.
- Microsoft Dynamics CRM government fact sheet
Find out how Microsoft Dynamics CRM can help governments meet unique requirements, streamline processes, and help improve service delivery.
- The total economic impact of implementing Microsoft's productivity platform
Forrester Consulting examined the total economic impact that enterprises may realize by deploying Office 2010, SharePoint 2010, Exchange 2010 and Office Communications Server 2007 R2 together.
- The total economic impact of Microsoft Lync Server 2010
Read this Forrester report on the benefits of Microsoft Lync Server.
- Voicemail: A story of unrealized potential
With the power of Unified Messaging and Exchange Server 2010, you can not only save money, you can transform voicemail into an enhanced productivity tool that helps users get more from their communications.
- Capturing Communications Enabled Business Process (CEBP) value
How Unified Communications software delivers Communications Enabled Business Processes (CEBP) to reduce costs and improve results for your enterprise.
- Expanding business benefit and lowering costs through desktop optimization
IDC Research shows that advanced management tools such as Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack, when applied and used properly, will offer a positive return on investment (ROI).
- The total economic impact of Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V)
Forrester found that organizations can achieve quantifiable benefits from App-V in terms of labor cost savings associated with ICT management, hardware cost and footprint reductions, reduced help desk workloads, and enhanced user productivity.
- Public sector buyer's guide for office productivity in the cloud
Looking for innovative ways to do more with less, governments of all sizes are turning to cloud computing as a key way to save money.