As mobile becomes ubiquitous in business, a new survey finds application security and access to corporate systems remain among users' chief concerns.
Steve Kelman calls attention to a private-sector experiment that holds important lessons for federal managers.
Apple Pay could be available for consumers to use in some federal transactions, such as entry fee payments at national parks, by September.
The CIO Council aims to standardize the way agencies vet mobile apps.
DMI's top mobile trends for 2015 include increased leveraging of mobile for the Internet of Things and a brisker move toward wearables and "phablets."
The Department of Homeland Security is also seeking faster development of mobile apps.
At the Jan. 13 AFCEA Bethesda breakfast, a trio of agency IT execs offered advice on weigh the risks of aggressive mobile deployments.
Officials estimate that improved self-reporting could save $548 million, and that technology to improve the management and productivity of field workers could result in $2.3 billion in savings.
A new study surveyed six agencies' strategies and their reliance on GSA for support in complying with the Digital Government Strategy.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Now that all the major smartphone platforms offer mobile payment options, federal agencies need to join the trend
Functionality and security don't have to be mutually exclusive, but agencies find the tension is still significant.
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