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The Mobility portfolio at Carahsoft includes industry-leading and emerging technology solutions to enable government agencies to address a changing workplace. Organizations need to adapt rapidly to shifting user needs while maintaining data privacy and compliance requirements.

 

As personal devices and smartphones grow in popularity, the ”workplace” has become an on-the-go space. Traditional programs are being replaced by mobile initiatives that maximize productivity and lower budget costs.












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Education

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Matt Mandrgoc, Head of U.S. Public Sector at Zoom, discusses how, as agencies come out of the pandemic, they must figure out how to prosper in a hybrid world where communication and collaboration will be in person and online.
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As the pandemic subsides, state and local agencies navigate permanent workforce changes.
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Long-term adoption of remote work will drive technology modernization and new management policies.


Community Trends Blog



Events

Webcast
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MOBILITY EVENT
Hosted By: VMware, OARnet & Carahsoft
Carahsoft December 07, 2021
Carahsoft 2:00 PM ET
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Webcast
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MOBILITY EVENT
Hosted By: Salesforce & Carahsoft
Carahsoft December 07, 2021
Carahsoft 2:00 PM ET
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Resources


News

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MOBILITY NEWS
Carahsoft March 26, 2019

SwiftStack's reference architecture for AI and machine learning bundles Nvidia servers for compute and disk-based Cisco or Dell EMC servers to scale object storage.


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MOBILITY NEWS
Carahsoft March 15, 2019

Mass transit system payment systems were built before the dawn of smartphones and before newer transportation options, such as Uber, Lyft, Zipcar and bike sharing, were even imagined. As a result, the user experience across these different services can sometimes feel like a 1980s throwback.


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