March 7, 2024

Decision Point: Transitioning to the Cloud or Upgrading On-Premises Infrastructure

The impending end of support for the CentOS Linux Distro within Cisco Collaboration applications presents a significant event affecting numerous industries. Federal customers using legacy versions of Cisco Collaboration tools (versions 11.x through 14) face critical decisions regarding the End of Life/End of Support status of their infrastructure
February 9, 2024

[Podcast Series] CyberTalks: Securing Federal Frontiers

In our latest podcast series “CyberTalks: Securing Federal Frontiers”, developed in partnership with VMware, you’ll hear from Jeff Colburn and Jon S Kim as they delve into the dynamic realm of cybersecurity. In the past year, federal agencies have made strides in addressing cyber threats, but the journey towards fortifying our digital defenses is far from over.
February 8, 2024

Preparing for Federal Compliance Excellence with Cisco Meraki

As the federal IT landscape undergoes a transformative era, we serve as a strategic partner, navigating agencies towards secure, reliable, and compliant cloud solutions. Cisco Meraki, a cloud-managed networking platform, is on the verge of achieving FedRAMP Moderate status. Our team is ready to guide agencies through this transition, ensuring they are well-equipped to leverage Cisco Meraki's solutions in even the most secure areas of their network.

November 10, 2023

Presidio Federal Recognized as an Authorized Partner for Webex Calling for Government

We are pleased to share recent news from 2023 Webex One conference: Cisco has officially recognized Presidio Federal as an authorized partner for Webex Calling For Government. This recognition reflects our commitment to delivering reliable, scalable, and secure communication solutions that go above and beyond on-premises alternatives.
July 25, 2023

Changing Lives for the Better Through Network Training and Mentorship

Highlighting Jeff Colburn, Enterprise Networking Solutions Architect Back at the beginning of his career, Jeff was struggling to make ends meet and decided to join the US Army. After five years of serving in the US Army repairing the fire direction computers for the field artillery, he secured a civilian position as a Network Technician.