web metrics
Browse by Tags - Microsoft UK Government Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs
The Microsoft UK Government Blog
News and views from the Microsoft UK Government Team

Browse by Tags

  • Blog Post: Week in government tech: G-Cloud 4 open for signups; researchers show how speed can help control IT costs

    Top Story: Suppliers can now sign up for G-Cloud 4 , according to the Government Digital Service. The latest version features a number of improvements to the Invitation to Tender process, making it easier for new suppliers to apply and including additional options for uploading documents for the submission...
  • Blog Post: Free online meeting and demo of Office 365 for UK charities

    If you work in one of the many marvellous charities spread throughout the UK, you might be looking into ways of communicating effectively. Great communication to the public is something so essential for charities but how is your communication within your organisation? Is there room for improvement...
  • Blog Post: Unlock the value of business information – FREE research report and webcast

    Whether you call it business intelligence or performance management, the challenge remains the same – how can public sector organisations more effectively unlock the business value of the information they have on their systems? Microsoft recently conducted research across a number of Public...
  • Blog Post: Smarter Government - Flexible Workstyles (Consumerisation of IT)

    We’ve recently blogged on two topics currently close to UK Government’s heart: firstly, Annemarie Duffy wrote about how internal IT within Microsoft is embracing opportunities presented by cloud, and by the Consumerisation of IT (CoIT). Then Nick Umney posted the first in his “ Why...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Computing - Why Cloud?

    Over the coming weeks, we have invited our colleague and cloud expert Nick Umney from Microsoft's UK National Technology Office, to post a series of blogs on all things cloud. These weekly blog posts will also touch upon the following topics as the series continues: delivering IT as a service ...
  • Blog Post: Smarter Government - a look at consumerisation of IT at Microsoft UK

    Microsoft is perhaps unique, in that it is both consumer and enterprise technology provider, as well as being a major enterprise technology consumer. This unique perspective brings great value to the organisation - not least in its ability to comprehensively test out and use new product developments...
  • Blog Post: Day two at ukgovcamp 2012

    We’ve been attending UK GovCamp , an ‘unconference’ that aims to bring together public sector professionals to discuss best practice use of technology. The event lasts 2 days, read our day one wrap-up post to see what happened yesterday. As with yesterday and in the true ‘unconferencing’...
  • Blog Post: Cloud powered forms reap benefits for councils

    When it comes to interacting with government agencies, I am sure many of us think of stacks of complex, multi-page forms asking for information on all sorts of aspects of our lives. IEG 4 , an innovative company based in the UK, is making this a thing of the past for local authorities. Through the use...
  • Blog Post: Smarter Government – Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 ERP for Public Sector (Free White Paper)

    According to one recent highly-respected analyst report*, 18% of the Public Sector ICT budget of £11.5 billion is invested in software and a further 51% in related business-process and application services. Doing more with less now requires that public sector organisations modernise their workplaces...
  • Blog Post: Live Meetings (Webinars) for the Public Sector

    I thought you would be interested in knowing about our upcoming series of Live Meetings (webinars) on specific aspects of Microsoft technology and how they are being used by our Public Sector customers to drive up efficiency and drive down costs. The Live Meetings start this Friday (October 16 th...
  • Blog Post: East Lothian Council's benefits reporting revolutionised

    Recently we published a case study on software as a service (SaaS) for benefits reporting at East Lothian Council . You can read the full story here but the gist of it is that they have saved 30 person days a year with the new service, are delivering DWP (Department of Work and Pensions) reports 6 months...
  • Blog Post: Free webinar: Improve Council Efficiencies Through Business Process Re-Engineering

    Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, Netstore is hosting a free webinar on Wednesday 2nd April at 11:00 AM on business process management (BPM). A must for IT, operations and integration managers, IT directors, CIOs and CTO’s, this event will demonstrate how BPM can drive organisational efficiencies...
Page 1 of 1 (12 items)