If you work in the public sector, then you’re aware of the rigorous compliance and security concerns surrounding PII and SPII. A fact that’s likely the culprit for causing many state and local governments’ hesitation towards cloud migration. Cyber-attacks hijacking, corrupting, deleting, or selling sensitive data have steep consequences for Public Sector accounts lacking the resources to properly protect them, so it’s no surprise.
We are excited to announce our new partnership with CrowdStrike, one of the leading cybersecurity companies in the industry. This partnership will allow us to offer our customers even greater protection against cyber threats, ensuring that their data, systems, and personnel remain secure.
Webex and Microsoft recently announced their teaming up to offer a better collaboration experience for all! Microsoft Teams users now have the choice of using their favorite Teams platform, either Microsoft Teams or Webex Teams, with near seamless integration between the two.
If you’ve used Cisco customer services before, you’ve likely come across the following terms: Cisco TAC and Cisco GLO. We’ve encountered several instances where they are often confused with each other, but selecting the right group or business unit at Cisco can improve your experience and help you get the right help faster. In this blog, we'll clarify the differences between Cisco TAC and Cisco GLO. Let's get started!
What is the Rural Healthcare Program? The rural healthcare program is a government-funded initiative aimed at improving access to medical services for people living in rural and remote areas. The program focuses on ensuring that people in underserved regions have access to affordable, high-quality healthcare, regardless of their location or financial status. According to BroadbandUSA, The RHC Program “Provides funding to eligible public and non-profit health care providers for broadband and telecommunications services necessary for the provision of health care.”