IP networking in the Canadian government and public sector organizations


The Canadian public sector uses IP network technologies as part of its mandate to provide government services in the most effective and efficient ways possible. The strategic use of unified communications and collaboration (UC&C) products and services, along with MPLS, IP telephony, SIP trunking and DDoS protection are critical in ensuring the needs of citizens are met. This transition from legacy network technologies to advanced IP connectivity comes at a time of great transition in the Canadian government, where a move towards Shared Services and a more streamlined process of procurement and cost management has become a top priority at the federal level. The Canadian public sector is also responding to changes in the information accessibility demands of citizens who are increasingly using mobile technologies and online channels. Government IT departments need best-in-class vendors to help identify successful strategies to evolve their computing and application infrastructure.

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