Available since 2003, the award-winning Kahootz cloud collaboration service is wholly owned, developed and hosted in the UK.
Kahootz helps thousands of users collaborate across the defence network. It was also selected by Babcock as one of their Innovation Partners at the Underwater Defence Technology Exhibition; along with winning Best Cloud Based Collaboration Tool at the GDS Defence Awards in 2017.
As committed members of industry bodies such as ADS, techUK and Team Defence Information, and a partner in BAE System’s Intelligence Network, Kahootz is continuing to support improved collaboration across the defence supply chain.
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Cabinet Office Deploys OneGovCloud to Support Cross-Departmental Digital Transformation
Government Business Services (GBS) has unlocked a new channel to improve collaboration and knowledge sharing across UK government departments.
Part of Cabinet Office, the GBS Cloud Transformation Team, joins heads from multiple departments to facilitate a centre of expertise for Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) transformation programmes to modernise back-office operations and technologies.
Launched under the name OneGovCloud, the Service is now used as a strategic, central hub providing interaction within the civil service, secure access to collateral from other government departmental Cloud programmes and opportunities to share experiences and engage with GBS expertise.
- Publishing blog posts, news articles and expert knowledge insights.
- Distributing solution toolkits and templates and ensuring version control via document management.
- Discussion forums, networking opportunities and promoting events.
- Sharing lessons identified from Cloud ERP transformation programmes.
Additionally, the OneGovCloud network pages on Kahootz have enabled the GBS team to achieve its aims further through the running of dedicated Cloud Workshops to encourage communication and collaboration.
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