Moscow region govt starts using video-conferencing system from TrueConf

Friday 25 January 2019 | 17:15 CET | News
The government of the Moscow region has switched to the video-conferencing services of Russian developer TrueConf, reports Cnews.ru. About 30,000 working places have been connected to the system. No financial details were disclosed about the contract. The regional government had earlier used the Cisco Codian video-conferencing system but it had reportedly become insufficient for the regional government.

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Categories: Internet / IT
Companies: Cisco / Logitech
Countries: Russian Federation
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