2014-04-01 | Michael Donlan, Vice President, U.S. State and Local Government Microsoft Corp.
North Carolina county finds $3.2 million in quick savings with 3 Microsoft products—and gets employees excited to come to work.
2014-03-19 | Charles Jennings, CEO, Swan Island Networks
Data is flowing like lifeblood through your city—from 911 calls, traffic sensors, crime reports, and countless other sources. Start connecting the dots among data sources and you might be amazed at what you learn.
2014-03-17 | Joel Cherkis, General Manager, Worldwide Government
With its promise of delivering data access to anyone, anywhere, DaaS is an opportunity whose time has come. Discover the three ways it improves city operations.
2014-03-12 | Parul Bhandari, Government Lead, Open Data and Big Data
Although governments worldwide have now opened up some 1 million data sets, challenges remain. Here are the top 3 and how to deal with them.
2014-02-05 | Dan Mannion, Director, Public Sector Cloud Strategy
Microsoft’s new global cloud consortium launched in December. Here are the top-five questions government leaders are asking.
2013-12-18 | Michele Bedford Thistle, Business Manager, Government, National Security, and International Organizations, Worldwide Public Sector
Santa goes high-tech with 3D, touch-enabled NORAD Tracks Santa website
2013-11-26 | Kirsten Edmondson Wolfe, Global Industry Director for Public Sector for Microsoft Business Solutions
The eyes of the world were on Charlotte for the 2012 Democratic National Convention. Here’s how the city made the most of its time in the spotlight.
2013-11-21 | David Burrows, Managing Director of Government Industry, Europe, Middle East & Africa
How do you ignite innovation on a city budget? Learn how Manchester, England, did just that by moving its data to the cloud and giving it to developers.
2013-11-20 | Joel Cherkis, General Manager, Worldwide Government
If you’re looking for ways to build your city of the future, look no further than Barcelona. Discover why city leaders worldwide come here for answers.
2013-11-14 | Joel Cherkis, General Manager, Worldwide Government
Next week, leaders will gather in Barcelona to discuss the future of cities. Find out what’s happening and how to be part of it all.
2013-11-05 | Maor David-Pur, Government SSP, Microsoft Israel
One of the world’s most innovative cities transformed its service delivery model to stay ahead of the coming population boom. Here’s how they did it in record time.
2013-10-07 | Susie Adams, Federal Chief Technology Advisor for Microsoft
U.S. government agencies can realize benefits of the cloud with government-specific environment
2013-09-11 | Joel Cherkis, General Manager, Worldwide Government
Cities around the world are entering a new era of open communication between citizens, businesses, and government leaders. Here are two cities that are driving the conversation.
2013-06-10 | Mark Gayler, Open Software Evangelist, Microsoft
Forecast: nice and cloudy. Especially in the UK, where an innovative cloud solution brings the government’s massive weather data to citizens and their many devices.
2013-03-04 | Bill Mitchel, Senior Director for Microsoft’s World Wide Public Sector team
As the notion of environmental quality becomes more global, cities share in the responsibility of minimizing global pollution. Learn how cities are embracing technology to reduce their environmental impact and realize cost savings in the process.
2013-01-24 | Dana Barnes, Director, Microsoft Joint & Defense Agencies
Backed by the power of cloud computing, this year’s NORAD Santa Tracker program was a huge success. Learn how the cloud scaled to meet the demands of tracking Santa’s journey, and what that means for government organizations in the age of Big Data.
2012-12-11 | Curt Kolcun, Vice President, U.S. Public Sector
As Christmas approaches, learn how NORAD and Microsoft will help children around the world track Santa’s journey.
2012-08-29 | Alan Merrihew, Senior Director of Government Technology Strategy, Worldwide Public Sector
Lean how to implement a private cloud with Windows Azure Services.
2011-11-29 | Michele Bedford Thistle, Business Manager, Government, National Security, and International Organizations, Worldwide Public Sector
The city of London is taking advantage of the Windows Azure cloud platform to manage 2.3 million web site hits a day. Learn how.