Collaborative Communications Solutions

Unified Communications in the Government

Unified technology can dramatically lower the cost of communication and increase productivity. Stakeholders and specialists can gather to share information in real-time without leaving their office or home. Travel time and meetings expenses are drastically reduced, freeing up resources for essential tasks. Personnel can all be on the same page at the same time, in conference rooms, auditoriums, and at their desks, as well as mobile users responding to emergency situations. Time sensitive, critical information can be gathered in real time, enabling more effective analysis and better, more informed decision making.

Mission-Critical Operations Centers:

Gather and present information from a variety of sources for an agency or multiple agencies from a single location: You’ll know more, faster, and be able to make quicker, better informed decisions. Operations/Command and Control Centers are capable of various configurations of displays that will be automated to our client’s needs. Collaborative sources can include broadcast and cable channels, live video from the field, video conferences, computer data, and networked images or presentations. EyakTek-designed and built centers integrate advanced audio visual systems within flexible, multi-functional space, providing multi-site bridged connectivity with required levels of security.

Continuity of Operations (COOP) and Disaster Recovery:

In times of emergency, collaborative technology can be used to coordinate disaster recovery efforts. Video teleconferencing enables visual assessments of damage as well as unified communication with first responders at mobile field command posts.


Collaborative communications brings the knowledge of the specialist to the patient through remote diagnosis, particularly applicable in rural areas or in a military theatre of operations. Unified IT also links medical professionals for mentoring, consultation, and continuing education.


\Bringing the courtroom to the inmate saves transportation time and expense and provides for the necessary interaction to be in an existing, secured environment. TeleJustice is useful, efficient communications technology for the legal system.

Education and Training:

Distance learning using collaborative technology allows schools and training organizations to reach geographically dispersed students. Videoconferencing improves the accessibility of highly qualified instructors. Archiving streaming media enables students who miss a class or need review the opportunity to view a previous session.