iLinc White Paper

Government Agencies Seek Secure, High-Performance Web Collaboration

However, new security mandates, regulatory statutes, technical requirements, and other factors have limited the field of options now available to decision makers. Some top federal agencies have even begun cancelling contracts and abandoning Web conferencing systems that are diffi cult to implement or don’t meet increasingly stringent security requirements. Indeed, the costs and consequences of making a poor decision on a collaboration solution are becoming vividly clear to some government executives. To avoid the hassles and hazards that some agency leaders are now facing, it is critical to consider upfront the key factors now infl uencing decisions on collaboration solutions – and make reasoned judgments about how these demands are likely to change in coming years. Security concerns, for instance, are likely to become more prominent as thorny issues are raised about the vulnerabilities of hosted conferencing solutions or the origin of underlying code development. Successful navigation of today’s Web collaboration challenges will require decision-makers to clearly assess the opportunities and risks around potential solutions. They will need an enterprise collaboration suite that addresses their requirements for operational performance, control and security, ease of implementation, and scalability over time.

Tags: Web Conferencing, Web Collaboration

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