Transforming Agency Networks: Modernize to Meet Today’s Demands

As government IT departments work to streamline and secure their operations, ever-increasing demand for bandwidth and better IT service delivery are causing a dramatic reevaluation of many agency network infrastructures.

The sources of this voracious appetite for increased bandwidth are legion: video, citizen-facing online communities and social networking, unified IP communications (voice and data), integration of wireless communications into the pre-existing wired infrastructure, migration to IPv6, and other causes.

IT decision makers thus ponder how to stay ahead of the curve – modernizing their networks to improve service quality and responsiveness, and at the same time reduce the cost of network management in an era of increasingly scarce budget dollars.

Join this exclusive webcast for an in-depth look at these issues that continue to be at the top of public sector IT agendas.

Watch this webcast to hear about:

  • Reasons behind the need to transform agency networks
  • The current state of IPv6 transition
  • The importance of a robust identity and assess management system
  • Tools and solutions for network infrastructure modernization

Presenting This Research:
Jim McLeod-Warrick, Managing Partner, Beacon Technology Partners LLC
Dan Vargas, Solution Architect Team Lead, Cisco Master Cloud Builder, CDW-G
Rich Campbell, Chief Technologist, EMC Federal