My spin: This is nothing new, CISCO and others have beenling selling VOIP technology for some time now. However, it’s always useful to repeat good things.
News Clip: It was after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, that Tom Pyke, the chief information officer for the Department of Commerce, realized that he needed to expand the agency’s emergency communications. Just over a year later, in December 2002, after a competitive selection process, a new telephone system was installed to support 4,000 people at agency headquarters in Washington and another 6,000 at the department’s nearby Bureau of the Census.(More information)
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