Here are the influential voices leading the conversations where nonprofits and technology overlap.
As we enter a new decade, telework adoption is sure to continue because it delivers so many benefits: employee morale, cost savings and continuity of operations.Widespread broadband availability and solid technology tools give teleworkers the same capabilities as their colleagues at headquarters.
NOTEBOOK: The HP EliteBook 8440p can stand up to the rigors of the road with a rugged magnesium aluminum display enclosure and magnesium alloy chassis for durability. The notebook also offers the manageability and security teleworkers require.
THIN CLIENT: Offering workstation-class performance for advanced applications, the Wyse P20 stateless zero client gives users the feel of a true PC, such as multiple display support and multimedia playback.
CLIENT VIRTUALIZATION: VMware ThinApp gives teleworkers reliable and flexible application access from virtually any PC and eases the challenge of supporting remote employees.
ENCRYPTED USB: The IronKey Enterprise D200 flash drive provides secure storage for mobile government workers who need to conveniently move large volumes of data. The device has been validated to meet the stringent FIPS 140-2 Level 3 security requirements.
WEB CONFERENCING: Curtail travel to the office by making presentations and collaborating via Cisco WebEx Meeting Center. The software as a service even offers mobile access from a smartphone.
VPN: The Cisco ASA 5510 Series VPN Edition security appliance blends IPSec and Secure Sockets Layer virtual private network services for secure remote access to government systems.
IP PHONE: The Avaya one-X Deskphone Edition 9620 IP phone offers enhanced high-fidelity audio with the calling features users have come to expect, such as one-touch dialing and transfer capability.