Phase one of the Office Productivity as a Service (OPaaS) rollout delivers Exchange email, calendaring and security features.
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Taxi drivers in London, Paris and other European capitals plan to bring chaos to the streets in protest against unlicensed mobile car-hailing services such as Uber that have shaken up the industry.
The NSW government is seeking proposals from over 50 applicants for the delivery of back-office services for its ServiceFirst shared services division, which it is moving to outsource.
The Queensland Government has sealed a AU$26.5 million three-year deal with Microsoft that it expects will revitalise the state’s digital services and deliver millions of dollars in savings.
How can you create a sustainable Big Data strategy without having technical expertise? In this short video, Emília Paiva, Director Vice-President at the Minas Gerais government Office for Strategic Priorities talks about how she has accomplished this seemingly impossible task.
Microsoft may not be the number one choice for UK government in the years to come, but it will take time for government to switch to a broader range of software.
A total of AU$1 million in required IT upgrades for the Australian Valuation Office was part of the reason why the Abbott government has decided to shut down the office, Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer Steven Ciobo has said.
Latest authorization enables certain Army agencies to use Google Apps for Government Email as an alternative to Microsoft Office 365.
The launch of the new base coincides with a conference to promote the Brazil tech sector and entrepreneurs touring Silicon Valley to network and attract investments
In a rare coup by government for private business, HM Revenue and Customs has nabbed the current Vodafone CIO to take up the same role at the U.K.'s tax office.
U.K. police and government agencies' demands for data snooping rose by 16 percent to more than a half-million requests for citizen data in 2012 as a result of the Olympics in London.
LibreOffice has got a vote of confidence from South Tyrol. Over the course of the next three years, the government plans on replacing Microsoft Office on 7,000 machines with the open source alternative, saving up to €600,000 in licensing costs.
The country's presidential office and government policy coordination Web sites said to be breached by hacktivist group Anonymous, and are currently shut down for repair.
The U.S. government has collected millions of Verizon customers' details, including phone call and location-based data, under a top secret order that was leaked to a London newspaper.
NSTIC and the Office of Management and Budget hope secure ID credentials add security, accuracy, speed to state, local government benefit programs online.
Germany's information security office has approved a deal that will see the government buy 5,000 BlackBerry Z10 devices in the coming weeks for employee use.
US start-up accelerator TechStars is opening a London office with a view to backing UK entrepreneurs.
The French government has just launched a consultation to collect 'expectations, needs, and ideas' to help it define its project of turning Paris into a digital innovation hub.
IT services and outsourcing giant Infosys will be the first Indian organization to list on the NYSE Euronext London and Paris markets.
The Victorian state government in Australia has opened a new government office focused on privacy and data protection.
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