Sprint has a reputation for being a leader in the industry when it comes to location-based services. For over a decade we have been helping innovative companies vastly improve the way they manage assets, track people, improve service levels and act as positive agents for societal change. The proof is in the expansive range ofRead… Read more »
Posts Tagged: mobility
Authored by Bob Hansmann of Blue Coatand originally published on Blue Printblog. Remember a time when the office shut down for the holiday season, really meant that the office was shut down? When desktops and workstations sat idle and server lights barely blinked with the lack of network activity? Those days seem like a longRead… Read more »
Let’s face it, we live in a world that is growing more accustom to having information instantly at their fingertips. This has caused an overwhelming push for government to embrace mobility…and fast. SAP Public Services is inviting the GovLoop community to join us in a casual online chat to help you with some of yourRead… Read more »
Last Thursday (9/29), GovLoop and SAP hosted a training webinar on “The Future of the Mobile Agency”. During the training we discussed mobile apps developed by NIH and Salt Lake City and learned about how SAP is supporting it’s government partners in “going mobile”. Below please find key resources related to the training session: 1.Read… Read more »
Government agencies not only experience the budget squeeze, they feel mobility demands becoming ever more sophisticated increasing pressure from two sides: Their ecosystem increasingly uses mobile devices and demands for respective accommodation by the government, and, mobile devices and the productivity-enhancing apps that run on them become broadly affordable, a development sometimes dubbed as theRead… Read more »
I attended a session on social bicycle lead by Ryan Rzepecki founder of SoBi. Bike sharing is the new hot topic in transportation. SoBi has created a more cost effective means of deploying bike share at a cost of $1100.00 per unit compared to $5000.00 per unit of a rack system deployment. Each bike hasRead… Read more »
iPhones, iPads, Droids, etc., Everyone wants to use their own personal devices to connect and collaborate, but is their data protected and more importantly how are you as an agency protecting Government data on these non-blackberry smartphones? Please share your thoughts and I can provide you a solution.