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Friday, 18 October 2019

HMRC Spends £7M on O365


On 22 January, HMRC received Cabinet Office approval to spend £4.9m on O365 software. The green light for an additional outlay of £850,000 was granted exactly two months later.

Public Technology reports that in Q1 of the current financial year HMRC spent an additional £1.2m on rolling out Microsoft’s Office 365 technology, taking total spending on the deployment to about £7m.

O365 is Microsoft’s flagship hosted software product, and offers cloud-based versions of a range of popular productivity programs, such as Word, Excel, and Outlook.

Is this money well spent?


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4 comments:

  1. Miicrosoft, microsoft, microsoft...that name rings a bell for some reason, what could it bee?!

    YCNMTSU

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  2. Just wait till Microsoft put their prices up for HMRC using AWS

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  3. Is it money well spent? No because only a fraction of staff will utilise its functionality... Still a surface pro for all would have been far more costly... But given the staff culling which will soon take place... Who cares!?

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