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  • Blog Post: Social Tools in the Workplace

    Microsoft research released on 27th May reports that almost half of employees believe that social tools used in the workplace aid their productivity but interestingly, more than 30 percent of companies underestimate the value of these tools and therefore place restrictions upon their use by employees...
  • Blog Post: Get Online at Home - £49 PC with Windows 7 offer is back

    Here's some very relevant information for those who work in local authorities with digitally-excluded people or indeed anyone else who might benefit from this great scheme... Get Online at Home is a digital inclusion initiative from Microsoft and a selection of our authorised refurbisher partners. Our...
  • Blog Post: Chair of Shared Learning Group talks about how it can benefit UK councils

    Alan Kirkham, service director for ICT and procurement at Wakefield Council is also the chair of the Shared Learning Group - a group of councils that share learning and development based on their Microsoft technologies with each other, for free. He talks to our journalist, Helen Olsen, about the benefits...
  • Blog Post: London councils cut costs significantly through joint working and re-using web solutions

    With the ongoing challenge of public sector funding reductions in the UK, local authorities are feeling the pressure to achieve their tough savings targets by changing their delivery and operating models for customer service. The three East London boroughs of Havering, Newham and Waltham Forest are a...
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