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Effective Digital Transformations for Government

We spend a lot of time discussing digital transformation at Atos. For the other half of the world, Public Sector, McKinsey has recently published some analysis that I think you’ll find interesting. This piece comes to us via Steve Cheng,





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Letters from the Home Office Volume 14 When I was a little kid I thought the theory of relativity meant how time seems to move slower or faster relative to how interested you were in what you were doing. When





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If you do it right the first time, you don’t have to do it again, you can just keep making it better

The unbroken line. The strengthening of applications through continuous improvement. The results of this careful planning can be seen in the intuitive and incremental learning required to access new capabilities. Sure, technology seems to be about disruption these days, but





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Circuit -Mobile

Hi, I am Subha. I currently work at Unify leading our Voice of the Customer/Partner programs. I am a user of Circuit, every hour of every day.



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Transformers – robots in disguise

I was asked to do a blog for Unify about transforming your infrastructure to modern collaboration, I was thinking how best to do this, when I thought about it I thought use myself as a good example. I think I





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Unify Your Communications To Keep Up With Your People

“Did you email that information to me or say it in chat?” “I think I said it on the conference call. Or maybe I texted it to you”. Cue a never-ending quest to hunt down that vital statistic that everyone





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