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GCN MAY 2016 • GCN.COM 37 ON-DEMANDNOW! BUILDING A SECURE MISSION-READY ENTERPRISE SPONSORED BY GCN WEBCAST SERIES SESSION 1 SESSION 2 CYBER THREAT LANDSCAPE: LESSONS LEARNED IN 2015 CLOUD SECURITY: BUILDING ON THE FEDRAMP FOUNDATION VIEW ON-DEMAND NOW: www.gcn.com/akamaicloudsecurity VIEW ON-DEMAND NOW: www.gcn.com/akamaicyberthreat 0416_Webinar_HalfPage_Akamai_#2_final.indd 1 3/24/16 2:13 PM research analyst at IDC. Cisco, Microsoft and Avaya offer options for messaging in their desk- top and full-room videoconferencing tools as well as telepresence, the high- definition collaboration and remote meeting technology. Telepresence is integrated into Cisco’s WebEx platform for desktop conferencing and white- board sharing. In addition, “personal telepresence” systems are available in small, medium and large formats. Agencies and workgroups are choos- ing a variety of tools based on their financial and technical requirements. For example, Fairfax County employ- ees use Microsoft Skype for Business, which is available on their desktops. The tool is a valuable “productivity enhancement for facilitating training sessions and collaborating on projects and interfacing with partners,” Fairfax County CTO Wanda Gibson said. Agencies also use the tools to bridge cultural and age differences among employees. Cross cited the case of a manager at the Office of Personnel Management who was supervising a 72-year-old and a 20-year-old staff member in the same workgroup. In today’s telework-enabled envi- ronment, “you really have to meet people where they’re at...enabling op- tions but also giving them skills and comfort levels to use the technology,” she added. Developers are also creating systems “For too long, telework has been deployed as a tactical solution to the problem du jour — i.e., snowstorms, reducing real estate costs, attracting talent. That leads to very siloed execution that leaves a lot on the table in terms of results.” — K ATE LISTER, GLOBAL WORKPLACE ANALYTICS 0516gcn_034-040.indd 37 4/26/16 9:29 AM
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