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Happy Thanksgiving from Polycom and the Public Sector View

27th November, 2014 - Posted by Meredith Lawrence - No Comments

A very happy and safe Thanksgiving to all of our readers from the Public Sector View editorial Staff! The Public Sector View will return on December 2, 2014.… Read More

The United Nations Development Programme expands its partnership with Polycom for worldwide social good

16th September, 2014 - Posted by Meredith Lawrence - No Comments

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has extended its partnership with Polycom to provide next-generation videoconferencing solutions. Their agreement renews a highly successful partnership for another five years, delivering a new suite of innovative videoconferencing solutions and services for UNDP’s development efforts across the globe. UNDP’s mission is to build … Read More

New technologies deliver video collaboration when and where it’s needed

12th August, 2014 - Posted by Meredith Lawrence - No Comments

On August 20, 2014, the next generation of video collaboration solutions will be on display during a Webinar hosted by Polycom. Video collaboration is rapidly becoming the communication method of choice for all organizations – from healthcare and educational organizations, to agencies at every level of government. And the … Read More

Video communication trends in the public sector: A Q&A with Yorktel’s Greg Douglas

7th August, 2014 - Posted by Meredith Lawrence - No Comments

Public sector organizations have long coveted video collaboration due to their ability to increase productivity and save budget dollars. Unfortunately, this cost savings and increased efficiency often comes with a large capital investment, putting these solutions just out of reach at a time when federal spending is being closely scrutinized … Read More

More efficient way to train firefighters available through FY14 AFG

15th July, 2014 - Posted by Meredith Lawrence - No Comments

The demands on today’s firefighters/EMS –whether volunteer or career – are more numerous than ever.  Recent extreme weather, such as severe droughts in the West, flash floods in the Midwest and coastal storms in the East add to the already full plate of fire departments/EMS nationwide. When they’re not saving … Read More

Happy Independence Day!

3rd July, 2014 - Posted by Meredith Lawrence - No Comments

The Public Sector View editorial team, and everyone at Polycom, would like to wish our loyal readers a happy and safe Independence Day. Also, we’d like to express our appreciation and support to the members of America’s military. The Public Sector View will be back next week. Until then, have a happy Fourth … Read More

Public Sector View Radio: Improving customer experience in the federal government with technology

22nd May, 2014 - Posted by Meredith Lawrence - No Comments

When people think about interacting with the government – whether it be the federal government or their local government – they often think of long lines, bureaucracy, long drives and missed work. However, the government is looking to shake that perception by making customer experience a priority and turning to … Read More

Dropping the hammer on the dropping morale in the federal workforce

20th May, 2014 - Posted by Meredith Lawrence - No Comments

In late March, three Democratic members of the House of Representative’s Oversight and Government Reform Committee – Elijah Cummings (MD), Gerald Connolly (VA), Stephen Lynch (MA) – authored a letter to the comptroller of the Government Accountability Office, Gene Dodaro asking the GAO to launch a probe into morale across … Read More

Concierge healthcare services via video – a concept on the rise

10th April, 2014 - Posted by Meredith Lawrence - No Comments

Concierge healthcare services are not a new concept. They may just seem that way for a large population of Americans. That’s because concierge healthcare services used to be a luxury that only a certain percentage of Americans could possibly afford. However, changes in the healthcare system and economic drivers may … Read More

Jason Mercier of Washington Policy Center makes the case for remote testimony

13th March, 2014 - Posted by Meredith Lawrence - No Comments

When important legislation is being discussed and debated in state legislature, it is essential that experts, stakeholders and other individuals be represented and have a voice so that well-informed decisions can be made. State legislatures are located in state capitals so depending on the size of the state, an expert, … Read More

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