Snapshot: Successful Mobile Strategies

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While the use of mobile devices and apps provide federal workers with much more flexibility than ever before, it also presents new challenges for agencies. In this report, find out what’s going on with mobility in the federal government, along with changes that promise to impact government’s device management, infrastructure and policy.

There has been a lot of progress in sorting out what mobile devices and applications defense personnel can use and what constitutes a truly secure wireless infrastructure. Yet there is still more work to be done. What progress has been made, and what’s in the works as far as an overall DoD mobility policy.
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Breakthroughs in wireless will significantly expand the coverage and capacity of government agencies’ wireless networks. While speed and capacity for mainstream WiFi applications keep improving, there are other WiFi standards either already available or coming soon that improve speed and capacity for specific use cases.
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There are perhaps hundreds of new apps targeted at government every year. What are some of the most interesting apps, and what makes a suitable government app? Also, a look at DHS’ government-wide seal of approval for apps.
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For many agencies, telework adoption is relatively low. Improving the adoption of telework can help agencies reach the productivity, cost and satisfaction goals that robust telework programs can provide. Tips for making it work.
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Mobility has become an increasing trend in government culture. The push is to make it even more widespread, but with that, there are obstacles to overcome. What can be expected in the near and distant future as far as mobility in government.
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