An extensive video conferencing deployment helps employees and partners at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) collaborate responding to world conflicts.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has one key mission: to protect its 28 member countries across North America and Europe using political and military means. Keeping the peace doesn’t happen without close collaboration, and video conferencing systems play a big role in accomplishing that goal at NATO.
In this edition of The Subnet, we catch up with Gus Mommers, branch head of conferencing management services in the NATO Communications and Information Agency. Mommers manages the video conferencing deployment on NATO’s unclassified network, used by its civilian employees and the military personnel on loan from their member countries.