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Jul 13 2009   12:35AM GMT

University Campuses Deploy Secure Unified Communications

Tony Bradley Tony Bradley Profile: Tony Bradley

In many respects comanies have it easy. Not that organizations don’t struggle as well to keep systems as homogenous as possible, but some for some entities- such as college and university campuses- it is virtually impossible. Universities want to be connected and provide cutting edge services for students and faculty, but providing a network infrastructure that supports that goal means¬†opening the network to the external Internet and increasing the exposure to risk and potential compromise.

University campuses with a combined total of more than 250,000 students and faculty have chosen Sipera’s UC-Sec appliance to enable them to provide cutting edge unified communications while maintaining a secure environment.

“College campuses are progressive adopters of UC networks and applications, for both students and staff communicating internally and externally,” said Andy Asava, Vice President of Worldwide Sales at Sipera. “We have a number of IT professionals at our education customers who are sleeping better knowing Sipera is protecting their UC networks, students and staff, and mission-critical communications.”

Check out this press release for more details about how the Sipera UC-Sec appliance is being used to protect university campus communications.

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