The importance of the Department of Veteran Affairs can be one that gets lost in the day to day shuffle of most people. However, the ability to provide for these veterans is something that RESOLUTE Partners thinks about every single day. Which is why we are extremely excited to hear about the the progress from the new Veteran Affairs Chief Dr. David Shulkin.
The Vermont State House is a busy place this time of year. The new legislation has just been sworn in (image courtesy of VTdigger.org) and are starting their new session. While there are lots of issues to address, one they won't have to worry about is whether or not the Wi-Fi will be working. RESOLUTE Partners is pleased to announce the completion of a recent project to optimize and expand the State House building's Wi-Fi. The project was part of an effort to accommodate additional devices and provide a faster overall experience. The project consisted of an enterprise class solution, which included equipment from Ruckus and HP Enterprise.
RESOLUTE Partners is pleased to announce that is has completed a Wi-Fi network design and installation for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Foreign Agriculture Service (FAS) offices in Washington DC.
RESOLUTE Partners sat down with its Vice President Information Technology Frank DeMasi to find out what he thinks will be the big technology trends for 2017 in the government space:
RESOLUTE Partners is proud to announce a partnership with industry leading video and analytics security software company Avigilon to bring smart video security to U.S. Military communities, multi-unit housing complexes, hospitals, office parks, public spaces, college campus dormitories, academic facilities and more.
RESOLUTE Partners, as part of the Four Points Technology team, is proud to announce that it has been selected to install Veteran and Guest Internet Access (VGIA) service at two additional VA medical campuses: Northampton in Massachusetts and Monterey in California. To date, RESOLUTE Partners is responsible for the Installation and ongoing support of the Veterans Affairs VGIA in over 25 medical center campuses and clinics throughout the country. Most recently, Resolute Partners announced the installation of VGIA service to the Syracuse VA Medical Center campus.
According to a recent blog post from Google, it's more of a "pause" until operations can refine their approach to trying to offer more people super fast Internet. The post was written by Craig Barratt, who was serving as chief but will now step down and be only an advisor to the program. No immediate replacement has been named. In addition, Google Fiber will not finish it's installment in San Francisco, the next city on its deployment list, and the remaining 11 cities have been paused as well for the time being. So what does this all mean for Google Fiber?