Joe Berger: WWT Offers Cisco’s Hosted Collaboration Platform to Federal Customers

World Wide Technology has begun to offer Cisco‘s hosted collaboration platform to the former’s federal clients.

Joe Berger, director of WWT’s collaboration practice, wrote in a blog entry posted Monday that Cisco’s Hosted Collaboration Solution for Government offering works to deliver  voice, video, instant messaging, presence and conferencing service on one platform.

HCS-G obtained Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program certification in April, which validates that the platform meets the National Institute of Standards and Technology‘s security requirements.

WWT will deliver HCS-G through the company’s Advanced Technology Center and work with government agencies to determine their collaboration needs, Berger said.

The company will also workshop, assess, design and implement a customized collaboration system into customers’ existing information technology architecture, Berger noted.

HCS-G lets agencies pay for what they use as well as scale usage according to their needs since the platform is hosted in Cisco’s cloud.

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