Sage Communications | June 22, 2022
Sage Communications, a leading technology and public sector marketing and public relations agency in the Washington, D.C.-metro region, announced today that the company has formed a strategic alliance with federal management consultancy Deep Water Point to provide top-level marketing and professional services to businesses supporting the federal government.
The new alliance provides an unmatched solution for companies that seek to increase their business and growth in the federal government. Through a combination of both companies’ extensive understanding of the federal government, its critical programs, and industry, Sage and Deep Water Point will offer broad strategic and tactical capabilities to their many clients working with the federal government.
Our new alliance with Deep Water Point brings together our team’s ability to foster a more welcoming and informed federal market with Deep Water Point’s knowledge and experience from the perspective of federal agencies and government contractors. Whether targeting an entire agency mission or just one program, Sage Communications and Deep Water Point together will help companies map an efficient, practical, and doable path to success.”
David Gorodetski, co-founder and CEO of Sage Communications
Deep Water Point’s unparalleled understanding of government agencies and programs stems from its longstanding relationships and direct experience across every federal mission. Its team of more than 300 former senior-level agency and industry leaders guide clients to the right opportunities for their capabilities, increasing win probability and leading to success.
The new partnership with Sage will not only further that path to success but also bolster current capabilities by adding more professional communication experts within marketing and public relations while developing integrated offerings.
“Moving our business forward with one of the top marketing and PR agencies in the D.C. metro area provides both companies the opportunity to offer a more comprehensive suite of services to our mutual clients. Most importantly, companies doing business with us will benefit and that’s the basis for our relationship,” said Howard Seeger, Deep Water Point’s President and CEO.
About Sage Communications
Located in the Greater Washington, D.C. area, Sage Communications is a full-service marketing communications and public relations agency providing strategic marketing services to technology, government, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, non-profits and consumer-oriented organizations. The company provides a unique fusion of traditional and digital services that include public relations, advertising, marketing, branding, social media, interactive services, and event management to Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, non-profits, government agencies, associations and coalitions to deliver custom, high-impact communications programs. Sage supports several organizations and activities including the Leadership of Greater Washington, DC Jazz Festival, Access Youth, and The Children’s Inn at NIH.
About Deep Water Point
Deep Water Point’s unique combination of government and industry expertise helps businesses accelerate their growth in the complex federal market. With 300+ former senior government and industry executives who have operational experience and a proven track record of success, our expertise covers the federal civilian, DOD, intelligence community, and health and life sciences markets. Our complete array of services, from opportunity identification through capture, implementation, and operations, is unmatched by any other federal government consultancy. With a presence throughout the National Capital Region, Central Florida, the United Kingdom and the European Union, Deep Water Point has become one of the fastest growing and respected consultancies in the federal market.
AT&T Communications | April 01, 2021
AT&T SD-WAN capabilities continue to expand and improve, with new Cisco features to enable remote employees and FISMA compliance with government departments, a federal information security standard.
AT&T SD-WAN is being introduced in conjunction with Cisco's Teleworker solution, which provides SD-WAN features for workers operating from home. It enables businesses with remote employees to quickly and easily set up and manage a home office by utilizing the employee's existing home internet connection, and it layers on the full SD-WAN stack with a single piece of hardware. Employees will remain connected to enterprise-grade facilities without losing efficiency with this new teleworker solution.
AT&T SD-WAN with Cisco – FISMA provides a high-performance, controlled, policy-based SD-WAN solution to public sector customers while following FISMA (Federal Information Security Modernization Act) requirements for handling system security and threats.
Furthermore, AT&T SD-WAN with Cisco now provides customers with a co-managed alternative. Customers can now monitor and self-manage their business application policies while also relying on AT&T for managed service support for setup, error, and performance management.
Why are these things important?
"The workforce is evolving, and providing the right tools is important to a company – regardless of where the business is being conducted," says Will Eborall, AVP, Product Marketing Management for AT&T Business. "With these SD-WAN upgrades with Cisco, AT&T aims to develop its services to suit the demands of today's customers. As the largest SD-WAN supplier in North America and a leader in serving companies of all shapes and sizes, we provide businesses with the tools they need to not only manage their needs today but also plan for the future."
"Teleworking or working from home is a move that can place additional strain on enterprise IT groups charged with allowing highly secure access to business-critical applications," said JL Valente, vice president of product management for Cisco's Enterprise Routing and SD-WAN. "Today's distributed workforce demands superior home office connectivity that allows them to operate from home as efficiently as they can in the office, with reliable connectivity, efficiency, and enterprise-grade security. AT&T SD-WAN with Cisco Teleworker satisfies these criteria by supplying staff with an office-like environment while maintaining business assets highly secure."
What other details should I know?
AT&T SD-WAN with Cisco Teleworker solution prioritizes business applications over non-business traffic. It's simple to set up with zero-touch provisioning, allowing staff to get up and running quickly, taking their corporate networks home, and providing the resources they need to operate securely. It provides workers with complete insight into the edge, as well as close real-time management.
FISMA allows federal government agencies in the United States to create, register, and enforce an information security and safety policy. AT&T SD-WAN with Cisco - FISMA helps them to comply with these requirements while simultaneously digitally converting their wide area networks. This solution offers a highly efficient, stable controlled SD-WAN solution that enhances application efficiency over a range of connectivity options and speeds.
AT&T continues to set the benchmark for network transformation for SD-WAN.
About AT&T Communications
AT&T Communications helps family, friends, and neighbors connect in meaningful ways every day. From the first phone call 140+ years ago to mobile video streaming, AT&T innovates to improve lives. AT&T Communications is part of AT&T Inc.
nextgov | November 06, 2020
The Army’s central cloud services broker, the Enterprise Cloud Management Office, or ECMO, wants to simultaneously streamline and expand its offerings to service components and is looking for a vendor to manage the process. In a draft request for information posted Wednesday, ECMO put out a call for enterprise cloud management services for its cARMY program, with a focus on the importance of cloud services for meeting the Army’s data goals. “The Army’s ability to master the application of cloud computing is a critical enabler in the pursuit to operationalizing data by using artificial intelligence and machine learning, to use personnel, equipment, and logistics efficiently to accomplish the mission and in cyberspace warfare to protect the force and mission resources,” the draft RFI states.