Posts Tagged: mobilegov

Government SaaS, Not Your Typical SaaS

In the mobile consumer and perhaps even the enterprise world, there is no doubt that software-as-a-service (SaaS) is here to stay. On a daily basis, there are new and wonderful SaaS products and providers popping up with the likes of the 500 pound guerrillas such as Google,Microsoft and Facebook; everyone is looking to get in… Read more »

With Support of XP Sunsetting, The Push Should be Enterprise Tablet Adoption

April 8th, 2014, will mark the end of an era, and, for some, the beginning of something new. On this date, Microsoft will be ending its support of Windows XP, as well as Office 2003. This is a scheduled termination, and it means that businesses using XP will need to migrate to a modern, fully-supported… Read more »

ED & Commerce Pioneer “Building a Digital Government for Customer Service” via GovLoop

Last week’s @GovLoop round table conversation on Reimagining Customer Service in Government highlighted all of the unique and [in some cases] extreme things President Obama’s Executive Order mandated our government agencies to do in the name of customer service. The catch? No $$. So Moderator and INSIDER Chris Dorobek asked: how did the @GovLoop group… Read more »

Trends on Tuesday: I Want It Now

Is mobile changing us?
 The rapid adoption of cell phones and, especially, the spread of internet-connected smartphones are changing people’s communications with others and their relationships with information. Users’ ability to access data immediately through apps and web browsers and through contact with their social networks is creating a new culture of real-time information seekers… Read more »

The Mobile Platform Development Webinar Series Continues!

The
Mobile Platform Development Webinar Series
 will continue with
Apple iOS on Wednesday at 2 p.m. EST. Before the session, we wanted to share some highlights from the first two sessions presented by Research in Motion(RIM)/Blackberry and Windows Phone.
The series was developed to
help government agencies learn how to deliver government content–information, data and services–anytime, anywhere and on… Read more »

Wikithon at Smithsonian American History Museum!

Very excited about Thursday’s Wikithon, which will be right on The Mall at the National Museum of American History. Details WHAT: “Ruby Slippers” WikithonWHEN: Thursday, April 26TIME: 3-5 pm EDTWHERE: National Museum of American History in the Constitution Cafe, in Washington D.C. Enter on 14th and Constitution Ave, NW. We’ll be working on fleshing out… Read more »

MobileGov Apps on Display

Last week, we wrote about great mobile products presented rapid-fire. Here are a few: >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Did you register yet for our FREE Mobile Platform Development Series? Learn about how to get your apps into the app stores! Learn more. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>