Microsoft and IDV Solutions Present a Webcast on Visualizing Physical Security and Public Safety with Visual Command Center

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Join Microsoft Global Security and IDV Solutions for an informative presentation and demonstration of Visual Command Center – innovative software that is helping federal agencies and the armed forces protect people, property, and assets. The Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, SPAWAR, Army Corps of Engineers, and other agencies and commands are using Microsoft and IDV Solutions technology for a variety physical security and public safety missions such as:…

Another Bing Maps Government Solution: Microsoft Single View Platform

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In today’s hectic and digital world, workers are overloaded by information management. The Microsoft Single View Platform (SVP) helps decision makers take action quicker on information that is relevant and often time sensitive by simplifying complex data and information into an easy-to-use system for all types of government workers and roles. Using a broad suite of Microsoft products, this solution is easy to implement and cost-effective, and will fit nicely…

The Microsoft 311 Service Center with Bing Maps

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Microsoft now has an all-in-one fully integrated solution for city governments with the 311 Citizen Services Center. It combines the power of several Microsoft technologies and has both a citizen-facing portal and a back-end management module, including interactive Bing Maps for both components. When cities use the 311 service center, citizens can easily report outages, potholes, etc. by locating them on a map. City workers and contractors can use Bing…

The City of Miami Shows Value in the Cloud [Webcast]

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Date: June 07, 2010 Event Start Time: 1:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time (UTC – 4 hours) Duration: 1 hour The City of Miami, even when limited by a tight budget, looks for ways to improve the services it offers citizens. The city wanted to develop an online application to record, track and report on nonemergency incidents, but the customer’s traditional heavy GIS technology would require significant computing resources. Further constrained…