HIGH-SPEED METRO ETHERNET / INTERNET FOR GOVERMENT
Enhanced Connectivity Drives the Business Transformation of Governments. To meet the critical demands of better supporting local emergency services and to foster better collaboration between government and public sector entities, local and state governments are substantially increasing their requirements for secure, reliable, high-bandwidth connectivity. This instant connectivity is transforming government services and the way our public leaders and citizens interact.
To meet the critical demands of better supporting local emergency services and to foster better collaboration between government and public sector entities, local and state governments are substantially increasing their requirements for secure, reliable, high-bandwidth connectivity. This instant connectivity is transforming government services and the way our public leaders and citizens interact.
To gain additional network flexibility and capabilities at a profitable price point, XiddiG encourages governmental entities and others in the public sector to investigate our High-Speed Metro Ethernet/Internet services. XiddiG’s High-Speed Metro Ethernet/Internet services can cost-effectively provide robust bandwidth, enable new services, and support the convergence of voice, data and video over one reliable network.
TECHNOLOGY IS KEY TO ENHANCING DELIVERY OF
Always-available, "Always-On" connectivity helps bridge the gap between the requirements for services from constituents, institutions, public service entities and businesses. The need for a secure, reliable and high-capacity network with XiddiG is what sets government entities apart in the quality of care delivered to customers.
Today, local governments and associated private agencies are challenged by the demand to provide more communications capacity for the government agencies they support. Specifically, that challenge is finding a reliable technology solution for the following key imperatives:
Secure Inter-Agency Communication and Collaboration
Within a municipality or other government agencies, the process of individuals or organizations sharing resources is what a collaborative environment is all about. This communication between departments fosters better planning, implementation and evaluation of the project at hand. With a High-Speed Metro Ethernet/Internet solution, local agencies can now not only coordinate their efforts with others in the community, but also improve the delivery of overall services to their constituents.
This improvement manifests itself by providing fast, remote access to centrally managed applications and critical data. Obviously, this transfer of information between departments, outside contractors/businesses and the public is under strict information policies as set by federal and state standards.
With this continued adoption of new technologies comes the increased requirement for robust connectivity and secure, high-speed, resilient bandwidth. The managed service provider enables enterprises to strategically outsource their needs while retaining control and having a higher level of sophistication. It is essentially a symbiotic partnership that can help the enterprise and managed service provider leverage their areas of expertise.
e-Government refers to the use by government agencies of information technologies (such as Wide Area Networks, the Internet and mobile computing) that have the ability to transform relations with citizens, businesses and other arms of government. The objective of an e-Government technology approach is to improve public sector services, transactions and interactions.
In the end, this results in government organizations being able to deliver better service and achieve operational productivity for their citizens. These enhanced technologies also enable delivery of services for more immediate interactions with their business and industry constituents.
Enhanced Delivery of Emergency Services
To ensure the safety and security of citizens, collaboration between agencies and governmental entities is essential. Police, fire, ambulance, biohazard teams and other organizations in the public sector are the first-wave responders to all local emergencies and natural disasters. Communication and coordination of efforts and resources is essential in the delivery of the needed swift response to the particular emergency at hand. In the business of saving lives, seconds make the difference in determining the best possible outcome of an emergency situation.
First responders need reliable, interoperable high-speed broadband communications to support real-time, high-quality multimedia content and to open up real-time access to valuable information sources, like crime labs and closed-circuit video.
Promoting Local Economic Growth
The viability of a community is linked to its access and use of information and communications technologies. Technology today is as vital to economic growth as transportation and utility systems were in the past. A key government responsibility is to spur economic growth with new jobs, as well as increase productivity, innovation and investments. Connected communities, where a city/community utilizes a shared infrastructure to deliver citizen-centric services that support economic and social growth, and attract higher-level businesses and employees.
Convergence of Voice, Data and Video
The mission of government is to protect and serve the citizenry. In the digital economy, that objective is accomplished by using enhanced technology and creating intelligently designed networks that adapt as times and needs change. IP-based convergence, which brings together all forms of communication onto a single infrastructure, is a critical concept in modern telecommunications. The days of legacy technology and siloed operations are on the road to extinction.
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