Cisco networks help with remote access for federal agencies and disaster recovery
| 06.28.2007 | 09:50:37 | Views: 2980 | ID:
June 28 '07: A survey published by Cisco networks found that new mobile and remote-location technologies are being used by the federal government "as agency executives strive to integrate secure, collaborative business processes and applications into their communications infrastructure," and that "unified communications" will help with federal disaster recovery operations.
Bruce Klein, the federal area vice president said, "As we are seeing with dozens of agencies, unified communications is essential to the transformation occurring within the federal government. ... Agency employees are driving mission objectives from anywhere, and the trend should continue as they more clearly understand the benefits of unified communications ... responsiveness and productivity, real-time communications, enhanced disaster recovery, and the ability to do more with less my making use of existing resources."Many federal agencies have said through their responses to the survey that they are still trying to understand and adapt to their new technologies.
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