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For Public Sector agencies looking to jump on the unified communications bandwagon, bringing together voice, video, screen share, messaging and file-sharing into a single platform-agnostic application can deliver a ‘single pane of glass’ collaboration tool that’s designed for the way





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Posted in amplifyTEAMS, Circuit, Collaboration, Engaged World, Mobile Working, New Way To Work, Public Sector, Team Working, Unified Communications

By Paul Bender, Global Public Sector Marketing Where to start Many federal agencies are now looking at home working to save money, ensure continuity of operations during regional and national emergencies, and to provide a more citizen-friendly extended hours service.





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By Paul Bender, Global Public Sector Marketing With agencies tasked with delivering a modernized, streamlined and ultimately more citizen facing federal government environment, the focus on staff productivity and working practices has never been so great. Happily, and echoing moves





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Posted in Collaboration, Contact Center, Engaged World, Mobile Working, New Way To Work, Public Sector

By Paul Bender, Global Public Sector Marketing   Exploring OpenScape Xpert As mentioned in my last blog, here is that shameless plug for our vision of what next generation emergency response should look like: It’s an intelligent multiline dispatching application





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By Paul Bender, Global Public Sector Marketing Enhancing interagency collaboration Within both an agency or base, the ability to share lines from a dispatch console with support or supervisory personnel can literally mean the difference between life and death. The





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  By Paul Bender, Global Public Sector Marketing As I hinted at in my March 17 blog, the Department of Defense (DoD) certainly recognizes the barriers to developing effective incident response: budget and resource constraints, outmoded IT infrastructures, unchecked technology





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