Telepresence: How Video is Transforming Public Safety & Local Government

Thanks to huge advances in high-definition audio, video, digital documents and application sharing, remote communications and collaboration are well within reach for cities and states nationwide. Benefits like reduced travel expenditures, speedier decision-making, smaller carbon footprints and more have IT teams excited, and with this white paper, you can learn how to apply these benefits to your public safety strategies. Want to learn more about how video conferencing is helping the public safety sector? Download our “Telepresence: Transforming Public Safety” white paper to learn more about: Telepresence’s role in local government (law enforcement, courts, and corrections) The audio visual technology behind telepresence How CDWŸ•G can help your audio and visual needs And much more!

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