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CASE STUDY

Next Generation Smart Government Technology

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iGov is a modular smart government framework with a suite of modules that helps all levels of government deliver services and information, automate internal operations, and improve staff productivity while reducing the costs of governance. Watch the video to learn about iGov's configurations and features.

Case Study: Four Korean Universities in Seoul

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At the time when South Korea’s top four universities decided to tackle their trash problem, they were experiencing trash bins piled to overflowing despite frequent collections and extremely low recycling diversion. After installing Clean Cubes from Ecube Labs, waste collection frequency was reduced from 12 times a week to less than 2, recycling diversion increased to 54% and costs associated with collections dropped 82%.

Microsoft's IT Academy: Real-World Technology Skills for Students

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A British Columbia school district already known for its skilled trade education programs turned to the Microsoft IT Academy when officials decided to add leading-edge technology education to its selection of high school courses. The IT program offers training and certification in a variety of Microsoft skills and technologies, training considered essential for many trades and professions. Read the case study to learn more.

University Migrates to the Cloud to Go Green

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When Holy Spirit University of Kaslik in Lebanon made a long-term commitment to reducing its carbon footprint and becoming a green organization it first moved its students to the cloud. Earlier this year, many school employees migrated to Microsoft Office personal productivity applications as well. Read the case study to learn about the benefits of the transition.

How a Chinese School Uses Current Multimedia Tools to Better Engage Students

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When teachers at a secondary school in Beijing, China grew frustrated with their complicated and haphazard array of incompatible multimedia equipment, the school turned to a more centralized and streamlined solution that provided better, less complex multimedia technology at a lower cost that gave students and teachers better access to course materials.

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