Mayors Business Council


Microsoft Corporation

Summary:
Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq "MSFT") is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential.

Microsoft’s Commitment to State and Local Government:
Microsoft and its industry partners help government better serve citizens, providing familiar, easy-to-use software that seamlessly and securely connects people, information and systems. Microsoft solutions address the most complex, mission-critical issues that impact the federal government and its stakeholders; as well as the specific citizen-centric needs of states, cities, and towns.

With solutions that can be rapidly deployed across enterprises of any size and using any device, Microsoft delivers complete, end-to-end interoperable government solutions for civilian and defense agencies – and across industries as diverse as healthcare, homeland security and justice and public safety. Visit Microsoft online at www.microsoft.com/slg.

The most widely used software in the world is now made for the cloud:
Twenty million businesses and over a billion people use Microsoft cloud services. We and our partners are committed to delivering a broad set of enterprise-ready products and services that build on what you already know. We’re all in.
www.microsoft.com/govcloud

Resources:
Microsoft State & Local Government Blog – www.brightsidegovernment.com
Find us on Twitter – http://twitter.com/Microsoft_Gov
Sign up for the Microsoft Government Newsletter – http://www.microsoft.com/Industry/Government/newsletter.mspx
Read Government Customer Case Studies – http://www.microsoft.com/Industry/Governemnt/casestudies.mspx
View Microsoft Incentives for Government Customers – https://www.microsoftincentives.com/PublicSector/

Special Interests:
Economic Development, Employment & Training, Environment, Health Care, Law Enforcement/Criminal justice

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