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Unifying Communications for a More Connected Government

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As a plethora of communications technologies continue emerging, it is more important than ever that government agencies consider how to provide better flexibility for users now connected through video, telephony, social media, and an increasing array of mediums. By shifting from a device-centric to a user-centric model of Unified Communications, organizations can better meet user needs and increase overall productivity.

Download this GBC Issue Brief to learn:

  • How telework and BYOD initiatives are driving a call to action for device agnosticism
  • Current efforts government agencies are making to enable greater collaboration on inter-agency and diverse teams, as well as for field-deployed users
  • How agencies can most effectively approach a strategy for Unified Communications that ensures government can preempt potential challenges caused by the overproliferation of disjointed devices and networks

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