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Laboratory Trial Showcases Groundbreaking Uses of VTC in Courtroom

7th July, 2015 - Posted by fedu3767 - No Comments

Here at the Public Sector View, we’re consistently on the lookout for innovative and cutting-edge uses of technology in real world scenarios. For this reason, we were excited to hear about the work that the Center for Legal and Court Technology (CLCT) is doing. Considered the world center for courtroom … Read More

The evolving healthcare industry and the impact of telemedicine

6th May, 2015 - Posted by fedu3767 - No Comments

Each year, the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) brings healthcare providers together with the manufacturers and distributors of the most advanced healthcare innovations on the market to discuss the current trends impacting telemedicine, new technologies and best practices. This year’s event is the 20th ATA Conference. To get a … Read More

Why educators flocked to video collaboration in 2014

6th January, 2015 - Posted by fedu3767 - No Comments

This is an exciting time in education. Technology is fundamentally changing the way we educate children by enabling flipped classrooms, distance learning, virtual fieldtrips and other previously unheard-of advantages for students. These technologies are also helping schools offer advanced and unique learning opportunities for students that their tight budgets and … Read More

PODCAST: Predictions for government video collaboration adoption in 2015

30th December, 2014 - Posted by fedu3767 - No Comments

The federal government is always looking to embrace best practices and technologies that can help increase productivity, decrease costs and help its agencies accomplish their respective missions more effectively and efficiently. This is especially true in today’s difficult fiscal environment, where agencies have had to do more with less in … Read More

Happy Independence Day from the Public Sector View Crew

4th July, 2013 - Posted by fedu3767 - No Comments

Today is Independence Day, the day we recognize the adoption of the Declaration of Independence and the beginning of a new, free nation. The Public Sector View editorial team, and everyone at Polycom, would like to wish our loyal readers a happy and safe Independence Day. We’d also like to … Read More

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27th June, 2013 - Posted by fedu3767 - No Comments

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27th June, 2013 - Posted by fedu3767 - No Comments

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Webinar: Video Technology for Emergency Management

4th June, 2013 - Posted by fedu3767 - No Comments

Hear Daniel Stevens speak about how he uses — and funds — video technology in his county Emergency Management Office in Pennsylvania.… Read More

Interview with James McGettigan of the National Park Service

21st August, 2012 - Posted by fedu3767 - No Comments

Last week Fed UC spoke with James McGettigan, Regional IT Manager for the  National Park Service (NPS). Last Thursday night McGettigan received an individual Pioneer award from the Federal Government Distance Learning Association (FGDLA), with NPS winning an organizational Five Star award as well. McGettigan spoke to Fed UC about … Read More

Federal employees tell Telework Exchange their agencies “fail” at telework preparedness

12th April, 2012 - Posted by fedu3767 - No Comments

In a recent post on Fed UC, we discussed a Government Business Council (GBC) report about mobility. According to the GBC, which is the research arm of the Government Executive Media Group, 25 percent of federal employees were unable to telework despite holding positions that should be eligible. Another 66 … Read More

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