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- A modern and flexible work experience, making it easy to get work done wherever and whenever you need it – helping Hackney retain and attract their future workforce
- Enhanced mobile access which provides a consistent user experience for a wide range of user needs across mobile and desktop devices. ‘Grab n Go’ Chrome devices provide great flexibility that is low cost and easy to manage
- Real-time working with no more need to check documents in and out, or waiting for others to finish their edits – now Hackney’s users can just get stuff done
- New opportunities for teams to work together using social tools such as Google Currents to make it easier to share information and more natural to work together.
- A modern and dynamic set of core tools, which bring new capabilities out on a frequent basis and have the flexibility to connect easily with a wide range of other apps too
- Less rigid boundaries, helping to break down silos across teams and with partners
- An emphasis on people rather than technology, using the shift from legacy ‘enterprise’ tools towards technology which offers a more intuitive ‘consumer’ user experience to make work simpler and more human.
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