Mobile Strategies: All Systems Go
There’s a big difference between a mobile initiative and a mobile strategy. If an organization simply issues mobile devices, or allows employees to use their own devices, it might see some of the benefits mobile computing, such as an increase in productivity among users who work outside the office on a regular basis. But the real gains come when an organizations develops a strategy that aligns the mobile initiatives with its broader IT policies and goals.
Chances are there will be some functionality your agency needs that is not supported by commercial developers. Here’s how to fill those gaps. Read More
Federal agencies recognize that mobility and security initiatives must be developed hand-in-hand. The task now is to assemble the various emerging security solutions into a sound security strategy. Read More
Some agencies are so worried about creating an internal mobile strategy that they overlook one of their most important stakeholders: The public. Read More
How do you know if your mobile strategy is working or needs a little tweaking? Analytics and user feedback can help you uncover issues – and pinpoint your ROI. Read More
You can go a long way toward limiting rogue downloads and boosting compliance with IT policies by creating a set of approved and supported mobile apps. Read More