Iron Bow Adds Cisco® Hosted Collaboration Solution to its Federal Services Suite

June 20th, 2017

Herndon, VA – June 20, 2017

Iron Bow Technologies, a leading technology solutions provider to the government, commercial, and healthcare markets, is proud to announce it has been selected by Cisco® to offer their Hosted Collaboration Solution for Government to its federal customers.

Cisco® Hosted Collaboration Solution for Government (HCS-G) provides cloud-based, unified communications and collaboration applications within a highly secure, virtualized platform under a centralized management system. Cisco® HCS-G is FedRAMP-Authorized and provides the government with a cost-effective, highly secure approach for adoption and use of cloud services.

Iron Bow’s partnership with Cisco® spans more than two decades. The company holds Cisco® Master Certifications in Collaboration, Service Provider, Security, and Cloud Builder.

“With over 50 Cisco® Certified Engineers on staff, Iron Bow is one of Cisco’s leading channel partners in the federal market,” said Shannon Leininger, federal civilian operation leader at Cisco®. “Iron Bow was nominated as one of the select few channel partners to participate in our HCS-G program because of their experience in the federal marketplace and expertise in Cisco’s collaboration solutions.”

“Delivering a hosted collaboration solution and service allows us to help the government mitigate technology risk and reduce up front investments,” said Rene LaVigne, President and CEO of Iron Bow Technologies. “This service offering enables the government to utilize the most current technologies while maintaining fiscal responsibility and meeting federal cloud mandates.”

Iron Bow will begin immediately offering the latest technologies in Cisco’s voice and video conferencing, web messaging, presence and instant messaging through the Cisco® HCS-G program. More about Cisco’s HCS-G solution can be found here.  For more on Iron Bow’s HCS-G offering, click here.

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Josie Smoot
Iron Bow Technologies