Stephen Rodriguez, a close advisor of Lua, writes on Information Week about why the government needs to implement technology that both meet their stringent regulatory requirements as well as the needs of their individual workers.
“Federal IT departments often find themselves with a surprisingly limited selection of technologies. First came hardware alone. Then came a number of established technology vendors such as Microsoft and Cisco, as well as enterprise social networks like Yammer and Salesforce Chatter…these technologies have not met the specification that will drive continued investment in mobile devices and technologies across the federal IT decision makers. Today’s federal employees demand multifaceted communications capabilities, from messaging to talk to content sharing, compatibility across chosen devices and mobile and Web platforms, trusted security, accountability, and scalability.”
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