Transforming Government Through Virtualization, Collaboration, and Secure Mobility

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This webinar occured on:  April 3, 2013

Anywhere. Any time. Any device. The Federal Government uses technology, information, and collaboration to provide superior products, services and support for U.S. citizens. Today's missions require ongoing and un-tethered interactions between agencies and their mission partners. Learn about unification of video, voice, data collaboration, business-class social media and secure mobile computing to deliver the next generation user experience. See how a fully integrated architecture portfolio can improve operations, productivity, and information sharing. This case study focuses on integrated technologies that improve information sharing by moving from fixed-location, text based work models to dynamic, social, mobile experiences. These technology solutions are changing the way people work by enabling borderless, video-centric, social environments. Unification of video, voice, data collaboration, business-class social media and tablet computing will deliver the next generation user experience.

A fully integrated architecture portfolio includes unified communications, data collaboration (chat, IM, presence, web collaboration), digital media (streaming video, IPTV, video on demand), enterprise social media (content sharing, communities of interest) and borderless (wireless, tablet, smartphone) components in seamlessly interconnected physical and virtual environments that improve productivity and information sharing.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about integrated technologies that improve information sharing by moving from fixed-location, text based work models to dynamic, social, mobile experiences.
  • Understand how the unification of video, voice, data collaboration, business-class social media and tablet computing will deliver the next generation user experience.
  • Learn how the power of secure mobility, collaboration, and other advanced technologies must be used to improve operations, increase efficiency, dominate the battlefield, and excel at supporting organizational objectives.

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Speaker:

Gary Hall, Chief Technology Architect, Cisco Systems - Federal Intel Operation
Gary Hall oversees technology solutions planning & architecture for Cisco Intelligence Community business. Duties span IT services & integrated architectures: networking, data centers, cloud computing, virtualization, unified communications, systems integration, information assurance, secure wireless, mobility & other infrastructure, application, data services. Prior to joining Cisco, Mr. Hall held leadership positions at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency including Metadata Officer (CIO's office) and Program Manager for Audiovisual & Videoconferencing (Enterprise Directorate).

Sponsor:

Yorktel is a leading global provider of video managed services for large enterprise and government customers. Founded in 1985 and headquartered in New Jersey, Yorktel enables customers to successfully integrate video into their operations – from desktop and mobile video conferencing to cloud solutions, streaming to video event production and digital signage. Yorktel designs, integrates and manages secure enterprise-wide video communications solutions. For more information, visit Yorktel online at http://www.yorktel.com

Duration: 1 Hour


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