Microsoft CityNext: The key to turning data into citizen insights

Leicester City Council provides a variety of housing, social care, education, licensing, leisure and environmental services to all of Leicester’s residents. Most people use multiple services at the same time – and access to one service (like housing) can affect access to another (like education). City offices must comb through disparate data sources and reporting…

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Learn how to keep your public sector office compliant with the ODF mandate

Earlier this year, Cabinet Office mandated that all government documents be created in “open document format” file types, commonly known as ODF. Moving to comply with the ODF mandate is going be an issue that offices big and small have to face. But the good news is that you probably already have access to the software…

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Microsoft CityNext: Rising to the code challenge

Cities are our economic hubs. They’ve long attracted ambitious workers looking for better jobs. So it’s no surprise that today 80% of the world’s economic activity comes from urban areas. But the jobs that will drive our economy tomorrow will be very different from the ones that fuelled the growth of cities in generations past….

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FAQ: What does CPA certification of Microsoft’s VPN mean for your office?

Earlier this year, Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Azure were granted OFFICIAL accreditation by CESG. Ever since then, customers have been asking when Microsoft’s private cloud solutions would get the same treatment. Good news! Microsoft’s VPN stack, including Direct Access, is certified for use by UK Government offices for all OFFICIAL business. What certifications were…

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