Transforming Government: Real-Time Collaboration Boosts Employee Productivity

In today’s fast-paced world, work no longer happens just in the office. People expect to be able to access their information at any hour of day and collaborate from anywhere with people around the corner or across the globe. The applications employees use at home, that let them share information & communicate easily with friends and family, drive these expectations. How can these new tools help in the workplace? With the right technology, employees can work faster, share ideas, and innovate at speed.

Google Apps is a modern collaboration system for organizations that allows employees to collaborate in real-time, dramatically boosting productivity. Join us for this informative webinar to learn how Google’s innovative collaboration tools meet the needs of today’s government employees.

What you will learn:

  • How Google Apps provides your employees with modern collaboration applications to help boost productivity;
  • How your agency benefits from rapid innovation, cost savings, and improved security by moving to Google Apps; and
  • Which agencies are already realizing the benefits of using Google Apps.


Dan Israel, Product Marketing Manager, Google Apps for Government

Mahshad Haeri, Engineer Consultant, Google Apps for Government

Moderator: Steve LeSueur, Contributing Editor, 1105 Government Information Group

Following the presentation, there will be a question-and-answer session. The entire webcast will be made available in an online archive. All 1105 Government Information Group Webcasts are free of charge.

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