November 20, 2017
GovConExec recently featured the article “Collab9 to Deploy Unified Comms Platform for CBP” about what is expected to be the first FedRAMP Authorized deployment in federal government. See the news here or you can visit GovConExec.
November 20, 2017
TMCnet publication, Virtual PBX, recently featured collab9 and its upcoming deployment with U.S. Customs and Border Protection – what is expected to be the first FedRAMP Authorized deployment in the federal sector. “The brave men and women tasked with patrolling and protecting our nation’s border, the United States Customs and Border Protection, will now have access to the power of
November 17, 2017
collab9 was Featured in ExecutiveBiz on Obtaining FedRAMP Authorization. The article highlights collab9’s latest FedRAMP authorization status, making the Los Angeles based company the first and only independent FedRAMP authorized UCaaS provider in the world. In the article, CEO of collab9, Kevin Schatzle, said that “the FedRAMP ATO designation would help collab9 support agencies in their efforts to expedite cloud
November 9, 2017
Collab9 was recently featured in a Contact Center World article highlighting the news that collab9 is on track to deploy the first FedRAMP Authorized UCaaS solution in federal government at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency. See the full article here.
November 9, 2017
ExecutiveBiz, the government contracting media outlet, recently published an article featuring the news that collab9 will deploy secure communications for U.S Custom and Border Protection. “The partnership with CBP will mark the first deployment of a FedRAMP-certified UCaaS platform in the U.S. federal government, collab9 noted.” See the ExecutiveBiz article here.
Collab9 and U.S. Customs and Border Protection On Track to be First to Deploy FedRAMP Authorized Hosted UC
November 8, 2017
CBP Partners with First FedRAMP Authorized UCaaS Provider LOS ANGELES, CA – November 8, 2017– Collab9, a best-of-breed, FedRAMPSM Authorized Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) provider, today announced that it has partnered with United States Customs and Border Protection for what is set to be the first FedRAMP Authorized Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) deployment in the United States federal government. Collab9 received
November 1, 2017
In the article “AVST and collab9 Continue Shared Movement to Accelerate Adoption to Cloud”, KMWorld highlights collab9 and AVST’s announcement that the CX-E platform is now hosted in FedRAMP Authorized infrastructure. “With this joint UC as a Service (UCaaS) solution, AVST and collab9 continue their shared mission to accelerate public sector movement to the cloud.” You can view the full KMWorld
October 31, 2017
GovCon, a news source for the government contracting industry, featured the news that Avaya has received a FedRAMP Authorization for its Aura product suite, through its partnership with collab9. “An Avaya business unit has secured certification under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program for its unified communications technology in partnership with Collab9, ExecutiveBiz reported Oct. 19.” See the full article here.
October 27, 2017
UC Strategies, a leading communications industry publication, featured collab9 and AVST’s joint FedRAMP authorized Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) offering for government agencies on its blog. “Through this solution, AVST and collab9 hope to help government organizations benefit by modernizing them, simplifying IT management via a cloud infrastructure, and connect workers to improve productivity.” Visit our AVST webpage for more information
October 26, 2017
Following the announcement that AVST’s leading CX-E technology is now available as a FedRAMP authorized offering, through its partnership with collab9, Executive Biz shared the news in its cloud section. “Applied Voice & Speech Technologies has integrated a unified communications technology with collab9 with cloud-based UC infrastructure to offer a UC-as-a-service platform to government organizations.” To learn more, see the Executive Biz article, or the