VideoMost – video collaboration platform for Government Agencies

Reduce costs, reach underserved constituents and enable continuity of operations

Video conferencing provides a cost-efficient means for government agencies and public sector institutions to extend the reach of their programs and services while also fostering collaboration among agencies, employees and contractors.

VideoMost - optimized platform for next-generation citizen services

VideoMost secure video communication solution is easy to deploy, manage, and scale. With consistent and reliable high-quality video, even in low-bandwidth environments, government departments and agencies can reduce costs, improve efficiency, enhance internal collaboration, and extend citizen services.

VideoMost video conferences for government agencies

Government use cases for VideoMost-based video conferencing and collaboration:

  • Reduce travel expenses: Government representatives frequently travel to other cities, states or countries to conduct businesses. Video conferences can replace many in-person meetings.
  • Maximize your resources: Utilize resources and hardware you already have; expand your capabilities and community offerings by integrating software video conferences.
  • Reach underserved constituents: National-wide, state and county agencies often struggle to extend services and programs to sparsely populated rural communities. Video provides a route into these areas while conserving time and resources.
  • Move courts and justice services to online: Overcrowded jails are a problem in many communities. Video-based arraignment and sentencing procedures reduce the risks and costs of transferring prisoners from jail to the courthouse. Use video conferences for remote oral arguments, preliminary hearings, arraignments and other procedures.
  • Enable open meeting access: Video conferencing solutions allow access to government meetings that are required by law to be open to the public. This can include meetings of city, county, education and medical entities.
  • Conduct training programs: Agencies can use video to include far-flung employees and constituents for training and education programs, service coordination, and community outreach programs.
  • Continuity of operations: As illustrated during the pandemic, video helps agencies maintain operations in the midst of natural disasters, service outages and other disruptive events. Share real-time, on-site live video to assess services needed and deploy the appropriate resources.

VideoMost features to support the vital work government agencies perform daily

  • HD Video and Audio
    Exceptional clarity and quality for meetings, hearings, health, and emergency services.
  • Any PC or smartphone to join
    Meeting participants may join from Windows or Mac OS PCs as well as from iOS and Android mobile devices to have best available video even in low-bandwidth networks.
  • Modern collaboration features
    Collaborate with other agencies and teams by annotating directly on the shared screen so that notations are visible to all attendees. Mobile chat, whiteboard, polls and surveys, file exchange are also supported
  • Reviewing video conferences
    Record and save video meetings: audio/video/content sharing separately or in any combination

Security and data leak protection

Despite video’s proven value, agencies must do their due diligence when selecting a conferencing solution. Сloud platforms are vulnerable to hacker attacks so government agencies should deploy on-premise video conferencing systems. Being a self-hosted video conferencing server, VideoMost ensures government agencies complete control over confidential corporate communications. It could be installed on-premises and run inside a local network with no access to Internet for greater security by keeping 100% of data and media flow inside.