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Polycom’s Sean Berg: Public Sector Agencies to Emerge as “Workplace of the Future”

Sean Berg
Sean Berg

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 14, 2016 — Sean Berg, vice president of Polycom’s (Nasdaq: PLCM) public sector business, has said government agencies continue to evolve into the “workplace of the future” as they adopt video collaboration platforms, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

Berg said in an interview with Public Sector View posted Thursday that the growth in the use of mobile devices and consumer-grade video tools provides unified communications to the agencies.

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