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We're live with a public sector perspective

- May 1, 2009 - 0 Comments

Ongoing economic challenges have made all of us stop and take a good, long, discriminating look at our budgets and spending projections. And, hopefully, this will also be a time when good decisions are made, not just for today, but for tomorrow and for years to come.

This blog is designed to provide the government worker with tools and insight to help make those good choices for agencies and for constituents.

TANDBERG has been working with the U.S. government for decades – longer than any other video teleconferencing provider. We understand the challenges facing government workers, who are required to maintain mission-critical operations with limited budgets and resources.

Those limited resources shouldn’t stand in the way of innovation and collaboration and should never keep an agency from completing its mission – and they don’t most of the time. We have many stories of the hard work and ingenuity shown by government workers as they go about their daily task of keeping our great country running smoothly.

We’ll highlight how videoconferencing can be used to save money, increase productivity and maximize efficiencies and enable interoperability,. We’ll also share stories of how agencies and organizations across the country are using videoconferencing, and share with you the ways that your agency can keep pace with our new technology-focused administration, maintaining collaboration and communication at the forefront without straining your budget.

Welcome. Please join in the conversation, ask us questions, or tell us the story of how your agency uses videoconferencing to achieve mission-critical objectives.

The TANDBERG Public Sector team looks forward to engaging with you and hopes you visit often.

Joel Brunson, President, TANDBERG Public Sector

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