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Not so agile after all

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Government guidelines for more agile development and smarter procurement of IT are issued frequently to keep pace with technology advances, such as third platform. However, when implemented without a pinch of salt they fail to deliver the intended outcomes in the planned timeframe.

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Google recently launched Google Classroom a free bundle of cloud-based apps for the education industry. This blogs discusses how this is a further sign of changes to come in the business models that technology suppliers need to figure out to make money in the public sector IT market.

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