The City of Chicago wanted to improve collaboration and communication between 30+ city departments as well as residents. After evaluating enterprise-class cloud computing services for things such as cost, security and ease of adoption, the City of Chicago settled on Office 365. Since then, they have reduced email costs by 80% per user, improved interdepartmental communication, reduced the need for in person meetings and printouts and created a platform for collaboration and sharing.
You can read the full case study
for more information.
As the earliest adopter of Microsoft products, Microsoft IT
began deploying Microsoft Office 365 in 2011. To optimize for network capacity
and performance, they implemented strategic plans for network-related
technologies. Microsoft IT has continued to evolve industry-leading performance
and migration approaches, and they have adopted cloud infrastructure services
such as Azure ExpressRoute to promote a successful transition to Office 365.
case study on TechNet (or download it) and find out how Microsoft IT rolled
out Office 365 and managed network impact through evaluation, testing and
Learn how Camden Country’s Board of Social Services (BSS)
deployed Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Office 365 to improve the services of its
supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to more than 100,000 citizens
across 37 municipalities.
Read the blog post: Camden
County Board of Social Services Pioneers a Private-Sector Solution to Serve
Those Most in Need
Alabama’s CARES Program is embarking on a statewide
initiative to improve access to a wide variety of services for the needy by
integrating eligibility enrollment into a solution powered by the Microsoft
Cloud for Government. In under two weeks, they went from no infrastructure to
using Microsoft Azure for Development and Test capabilities. They are also
developing their integrated eligibility solution using Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Online for Government, supported by Microsoft Azure for Government.
the CARES story video.