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City of Houston: Enabling a mobile workforce

Population growth is an inevitable aspect of modern cities, and with it comes the need for better infrastructure, more accessible services, and innovative communications channels that provide two-way communication between the government and its citizens. A bigger population also requires more public employees that serve as the eyes and ears of government institutions, and help ensure that critical services are provided to their city's most vulnerable populations.

In this video, you’ll watch how the City of Houston, Texas is using digital transformation to actively prepare for an increase of three million people during the next twelve to fifteen years. You’ll also learn how the city is using Microsoft technology to provide its 22,000 employees with mobile solutions they can use to communicate effectively in both the field and the office.

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ESNEFT Customer Success Story – Microsoft Azure and Windows Virtual Desktop

Using Windows Virtual Desktop, the East Suffolk and North Essex Foundation Trust removed unnecessary stress and frustration with IT. This empowered them to devote more time providing excellent patient experiences and healthcare services. Listen to their experience and learn how you can apply these solutions to your business.
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The Salvation Army Switzerland deepens relationships with supporters through a CRM-based loyalty program

When the Salvation Army Switzerland needed a way to better understand and connect with donors and patrons, they worked with a Microsoft partner to create a loyalty program app with Microsoft Power Apps. The organization uses Dynamics 365 to glean insights from their data to inform where to open new stores, how to better manage secondhand shops, and to strengthen relationships with patrons.
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Education reimagined with new pedagogies

How can we take what we’ve learned about the rapid response to remote learning and apply those insights to our current models as well as future schooling?

In this webinar, Microsoft Education VP Barbara Holzapfel leads a discussion with Michael Fullan and Joanne Quinn, Global Directors for New Pedagogies for Deep Learning. Both Fullan and Quinn believe that the disruption and reopening of schools sets a ripe environment for meaningful discussions and action to reimagine the future of learning. Listen to this thought-provoking webinar.
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