November 1, 2011 Sponsored by Sprint
Replacing legacy communications systems cuts costs
and eases collaboration.
The strain that the current economic crisis is putting on governments is well documented. But a bright spot in budget discussions for some agencies has been recent technical innovations that introduce new efficiencies and, in fact, make a positive impact on the bottom line.
A recent survey by the Center for Digital Government reveals that county organizations across the country are saving money and improving services with new technologies. And the solutions being considered at the county level are appealing to all levels of government.
“Governments are consolidating and sharing services to cut down on costs and leveraging new technologies like virtualization and unified communications to capture critical savings,” said Digital Communities Director Todd Sander.