Kahootz is offering a free version of its G-Cloud Start App on the government’s CloudStore which will allow all 29,000 public sector organisations currently allowed to purchase services via the store to share files without security risks, making team work easier.
The free version offers workspace with access for up to 5 people and upgrades are available starting at GBP 100 per month.
The UK Government has said it wants to save up to GBP 600 million/year via shared services and Kahootz believes its app will benefit government departments as well as local authority employees.
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High-speed background bundling automation allows the system’s users to carry on with other pressing matters simultaneously