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August is government show month

August 10, 2009 - 0 Comments

We’ve got a busy month planned – we’re visiting three shows in August to share how our video conferencing technology can create a stronger, more efficient and greener America. With the Administration’s interest in cutting expenses and operating more effectively, government agencies are looking for ways to increase productivity and become more environmentally-friendly at manageable costs, while continuing to meet constituent needs.

Our first show started yesterday. We are at Booth #518 at the GSA Networx Conference in Chicago through August 13. We are showing how high-definition video conferencing and mobile video products and services can increase collaboration and allow cooperation between government employees regardless of the distance between them.

From August 18-20, we will be at Booth #539 at Army LandWarNet in Ft. Lauderdale. We will be sharing how video conferencing can reduce the need to travel and enable face-to-face, real-time collaboration from the battlefield to Command and Control centers across the globe.

In late August, we head to Air Force Information Technology 2009 (AFITC) in Montgomery, Alabama. We will be at Booth # 314 from August 24-27. This year’s theme is The Warfighter’s Edge in Battlespace, and the show will focus on how advanced technology deployed by the Air Force gives our nation’s warfighters an unprecedented advantage over our adversaries. We look forward to showcasing how video conferencing can give our military a vital technological edge by allowing for face-to-face communication on the move, keeping them in contact with commanders wherever they may be.

TANDBERG will be posting about what’s happening during these shows throughout the month. Keep an eye here to find out about hot topics and what the government is looking for in technology.

Will you be at GSA Networx, Army LandWarNet or AFITC? Stop by to say hello and learn more about video conferencing.

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