These days we hearing about many things being delivered “as a service.” Recently, I got to moderate two days of discussions about mobility as a service.
Posts Tagged: mobility
Smart open space is a vision similar to that of smart cities. Smart open space is designed to integrate information, communication technology and IoT.
By fully using cloud and mobility services, organizations prepare for the next phase of government operations and take advantage of all that technology has to offer.
Government is increasingly riding the digital transformation wave with the adoption of sophisticated technology solutions that provide enhanced customer engagement, improved efficiency and lower costs.
Read on to discover some best practices for creating a culture of career mobility, and learn how it can strengthen your team’s overall impact.
The adoption of BYOD is rapidly advancing. Expect to see more companies and agencies to utilize the BYOD platform within their business models in 2015.
Should managers reach out to employees when they please, just because they can?
Ever wished you could do your work from your own iPad instead of a work computer? Or wanted to get an electronic signature instead of filing hard paperwork? Maybe even send inspection reports remotely from your phone or tablet? If you’re in the private sector, these sorts of workplace mobility functions are likely old news… Read more »
Time keeps on slippin’…at least that’s how it feels when you look at how fast technology is advancing. The speed at which the private sector is developing and implementing new technology has left government agencies like the Department of Defense scrambling to keep pace. In the recently released GovLoop guide, “The DoD of Tomorrow,” we… Read more »
What do the government’s tech bosses want? George DelPrete, a principal with the professional services network Grant Thornton, has the answers. For the 25th consecutive year, Grant Thornton and the Professional Services Council released their annual federal CIO survey, revealing the issues that concern the government’s CIOs the most. In an interview with Chris Dorobek… Read more »