Posts Tagged: Cisco

Senior VTC Engineer – Washington, DC

Presidio Networked Solutions is the leading provider of professional and managed services for advanced IT solutions. Our services and solutions enable our clients to maximize their return on investment in data center/virtualization, collaboration, security, mobility and networking technology. More than 1,800 Presidio IT professionals serve over 5,000 clients in all 50 U.S. states, Europe andRead… Read more »

Serving the Mobile Citizen

Last month I was privileged to participate in Government Computer News’ “Government Mobility Forum” on a panel discussion on serving the mobile citizen. The conversation focused around the issues that many federal and local government agencies face in organizing data and delivering services to help their citizens successfully interact with their governments. A few interestingRead… Read more »

Video Killed the Network’s Performance

Originally posted to Blue Coat’s federal blog, Blue Print. Authored by Grant Asplund You know your employees are doing it; sitting there, at their desks, watching videos and devouring your network’s bandwidth. Currently Cisco estimates that video accounts for 20-50 percent of traffic on networks, but anticipates that as more and more agencies utilize videoRead… Read more »

Why We’re Excited About Amazon’s Government Cloud

Amazon announced the Amazon Web Services GovCloud today. This means that government agencies and programs can benefit from Amazon Web Services without having to fret about the myriad security and compliance issues that have been keeping them back. We’re really excited about this for a few reasons: Fewer Excuses Amazon has waded through the oceanRead… Read more »

Videoconferencing a “game changer” in economic growth

Deltek Sr. Analyst Kyle Ridley reports. The National Association of Counties (NACo) held its 76th Annual Conference and Exposition in Multnomah County, Ore. July 15-19, 2011. Several county officials, vendors and IT professionals attended the event in an effort to discuss policies and issues affecting counties nationwide and collaborate on ideas for shaping a brightRead… Read more »

My Cup of IT: Who’s on First?

By Steve O’Keeffe It’s Baker or Spires or McClure? – Holy Cow! That’s the refrain from the bleachers around the Beltway as pundits speculate on who’ll take the bat for IT’s Mickey Mantle – the Nationals’ very own King Kundra. Will Lisa Schlosser do more than warm the pine? Will Aneesh slide in fromRead… Read more »

Cloud experts respond to Call for Open Government in Canada

On June 21st Ontario Ombudsman André Marin called on the government of Ontario to embrace the worldwide trend toward open government, noting that many of his investigations of government organizations revealed a lack of transparency and accountability to Ontarians. On June 22nd we held our first webinar, Open Government Canada, that introduced how the trendRead… Read more »

Research and Best practices eNewsletter

Research Minorities Fuel Twitter Growth (01/01/2011) – Thirteen percent of U.S. adults online use Twitter, according to a study from the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project. Minorities are likely to play an increasingly important role in the service’s expansion, as 25% of online African Americans tweet, compared with 9% of non-Hispanic whiteRead… Read more »