Just read this really interesting post from Microsoft’s Bright Side of Government Blog and thought I’d share. Cool local government doing awesome things with the help of Microsoft:
With all the talk and news about our National Debt Ceiling it’s not a bad idea to look at your own person debt ceiling and think about how you are managing your finances in today’s economy.
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Just read a great blog post which discussed how Salt Lake City is overcoming the recent economic downturn to make the city more productive and efficient. How? The city is turning to Microsoft!
City officials recognized that a proactive approach needed to be…[Read more]
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Enjoyed reading David Dentry’s thoughts on customer service and how Nikon manages the overall customer experience:
Executive Q&A With David Dentry Of Nikon
Posted on June 21, 2011 on the RightNow Customer Experience Blog.
Good discussion from the Microsoft Future Fed Blog:
Get Your Data, as a Service
Posted By : Phil West – Senior Technology Architect, Office of Civic Innovation
Data.gov turned 2 years old over the weekend. On the White House blog last week, Federal CIO Vivek Kundra wrote about how far Data.gov has come since starting on May 21, 2009. From 47…[Read more]
I had the pleasure of attending the IHRIM HRM Strategies conference yesterday and attended a great session on the Lifecycle of an HRIS Career. The speakers, Kevin Murphy, HRIP, Director SAID, NIH and Tim Newman, […]
Doug Mashkuri started the topic Common Criteria Validation for Windows 7 and Friends in the forum Microsoft Productivity for Government 8 years, 11 months ago
Microsoft is proud to announce that Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2008 are now Certified as Common Criteria Validated Products. Check out the details below:
Great Post from Right Now with thoughts about the new executive order to better citizen service.
From Above: Thoughts on Obama’s New Executive Order Demanding Improvements to Citizen Service
Check out Mr. GovLoop’s blog on our upcoming Virtualization training webinar:
Evolution of My Computing – From 286 to Tablet – GL Training 4/28
Doug Mashkuri started the topic What is the Future of Microsoft and the Tablet? Questions Answered in the forum Microsoft Productivity for Government 9 years ago
I came across this very interesting post about Microsoft and tablet. The question of where Microsoft tablets are has been circling and Kent Cunningham, Applied Innovation Architect for the Microsoft Public Sector gives a great address to this topic.
A few months…[Read more]
Wanted to share a cool post by Luis Gallardo, Managing Director, Global Brand & Marketing at Deloitte. Touches on thinking holistically and acting personally (versus Think Global, Act Local) to help businesses […]
THe Open Source Training webinar is on 2/24 at 2PM ET – to register please follow the link below –
Doug Mashkuri replied to the topic What Open Source software are you currently using? in the forum Open Source Software in Government 9 years, 1 month ago
Great topic and awesome comments.
Just wanted to let you know that we (GovLoop) are hosting a training webinar on “How and Why to Bring Open Source to Your Agency” on Feb 24th at 2PM ET. Feel free to pass this link along to other interested folks.
Cool…now that we got your attention.
GovLoop and our Partner Microsoft are hosting a 2 part Training Webinar tomorrow (1/27) and 2/3, on Harnessing the Power of the Cloud. These sessions are designed to cut through the clutter of Cloud Computing and offer you real examples of how Cloud Computing helps cities and agencies to serve citizens…[Read more]
Visiting the National Christmas tree is fun – they have a great bonfire plus the tree is surrounded by Christmas trees from all states. Always fun to get a picture of your home state tree. Holiday drinks at the Old Ebbitt Grill is a must and finally a visit to the US Botanical Garden to see the holiday exhibit.
@Justin – here is the link to share with colleagues-
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