WASHINGTON, June 30, 2018 – Networking For Future, Inc. today announced that District of Columbia Housing Authority (DCHA) is working with Networking For Future (NFF) to replace their aging communications system at their headquarters and multiple tenant housing locations. The NFF solution leverages the latest Cisco unified communication (UC) technology for an easy to use, cost-effective, and secure voice and video platform.
DCHA selected a Cisco next generation collaboration system, including IP-telephony, integrated Webex Boards, and Webex Teams software. The NFF solution integrates the most widely used features from desk and soft phones, desktop video, and Webex conference room video with screen and application sharing.
“We share the DCHA commitment to understanding and pleasing their customers,” said Majid Saadat, president for Networking For Future. “With their next generation UC system, DCHA can increase customer satisfaction through secure and reliable voice and video services.”
About Networking For Future, Inc.
Networking For Future, Inc. is a Washington, DC based company offering a performance-focused approach to delivering transformational IT business solutions. We take pride in keeping users productive and engaged by providing business and IT teams with the solutions they need to improve their performance in a dynamic, connected world.
Since 1996, NFF has delivered architecture, design implementation, professional support services, and hardware and software sales pertaining to Network Infrastructure, Data Center and Cloud, Cyber Security, Application Assurance, Collaboration and Mobility, and Staff Augmentation.
In addition, NFF, an ISO 9001:2015 certified company, is a Cisco Gold Partner, Riverbed Premier Partner, Splunk Partner, NetApp Gold Partner, VMware Enterprise Partner, Microsoft Certified Silver Partner, Gigamon Partner, F5 Networks Partner, and Coresite Partner. NFF also holds a GSA Contract (GS-35F-0197L) and other government contract vehicles.
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About District of Columbia Housing Authority
The District of Columbia Housing Authority Board of Commissioners is an 11-member governing body made up of district community and business leaders, including three members representing the diverse constituency of DC public housing and one member representing Housing Choice Voucher Program participants.