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As governments strive to become more responsive and transparent, it's important for them to make public information easily accessible to citizens. At the same time, it's critical that they protect confidential data.
A key reason why governments choose Microsoft Office 365 is Microsoft's leadership in the industry when it comes to privacy, security, and compliance practices. In short, governments know they can trust Microsoft to help protect their data.
So how does Microsoft demonstrate leadership and why exactly do governments trust Office 365 to help protect their data? Here are four reasons:
Among the governments that have benefited from the security and privacy features of Office 365 is the County of Santa Clara. The county has numerous remote field staff, which creates the need to share information electronically in a confidential manner, consistent with regulations that govern privacy and other sensitive information. "The selection of this solution and our IT consolidation efforts have enabled us to nearly double the number of employees covered and will provide our staff with new tools and collaboration technologies to help better serve our residents," says Joyce Wing, the county's chief information officer. "
Likewise, the State of Minnesota chose Office 365, in part, because of its robustly secured architecture. Says Tarek Tomes, assistant commissioner for the State of Minnesota: "The robust security and reliability that Microsoft was providing with Office 365 was essential-we would not have agreed to a hosted solution without making sure that the state's data would be secured."
The County of Santa Clara and the State of Minnesota join a growing list of other governments that are implementing Office 365 including the Federal Aviation System, the U.S. Veterans Administration, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Defense Information Systems Agency, the Environmental Protection Agency, the states of California and New York, and the cities of New York, San Francisco, and Chicago.
It's no wonder so many governments are choosing Office 365. Simply put, Office 365 is a cloud-based service governments can trust.
To learn more about Office 365 security practices, please check out the Microsoft Office 365 Trust Center.