Secure video systems designed for government departments.
Departments are leveraging shifts in technology toward virtual communications and reaching a wider audience of rural and elderly constituents by using remote town halls.
Remote training, security surveillance, and visitations between attorneys and clients can meet over video conference in just a few clicks.
Secure video conferencing solutions can reduce costs of traveling across counties and states. By leveraging video conferencing, federal agencies can easily work across the country and around the globe.
Find out how our secure video solutions can empower your department.
We start by understanding your pain points. With your business goals in mind, we design a solution that fixes them.
Seamlessly integrated software and hardware solutions are implemented robustly to plan for any future technology upgrades and additions.
Maintenance & Support
Designed to be an extension of your IT department, the dedicated Customer Care Center is available for 24×7 support, including remote troubleshooting, proactive monitoring, and security alerts.
Our team manages the entire process to take the worry out of meeting all your requirements and deadlines.
We make sure your ongoing needs are met through training and technology upgrades even beyond completing the project.
Data analytics help to track business and technology trends in your organization. We help you gain faster ROI by determining how much (or little) software or hardware you truly need.
Safety First, Innovation Second
Migrating siloed surveillance systems can be a huge undertaking. That's why the City of Santa Rosa met its goals with IDS' expertise to roll out an enterprise city-wide secure video solution.
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Reduce Travel, Increase Productivity
Budget and time restrictions were making it difficult for staff at the State of California Department of Veteran's Affairs to get the training they need. IDS designed and implemented a new training room with remote access to connect over 2,000 users across the state.
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