Government to citizen (G2C) interactions are being shaped to serve populations more effectively and gain trust and transparency from citizens.
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Authentication factors don’t govern security; the authentication infrastructure determines security. So what’s with all the “killing passwords” talk?
By Bethany Gardner Thinking about creating a SMS or text-message based mobile marketing campaign? You should be! Mobile marketing is accelerating at a rapid pace. 90% of US adults own a cell phone, and of them, 81% use their cell phones send or receive text messages. Young people are particularly mobile savvy; Americans between theRead… Read more »
By Andreas Muno Last week we discussed how smaller mobile devices have made it cheaper and easier for public security and field services workers to do their jobs efficiently. And, how as an added benefit, citizens have become more engaged and are taking some of the burden off of governments. This week we are goingRead… Read more »
World’s first voice handover between LTE and WCDMA accomplished * Reuters is not responsible for the content in this press release. http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/02/02/idUS139559+02-Feb-2012+HUG20120202 Thu Feb 2, 2012 7:31am EST Breaks ground in voice over LTE technology Successful handover of a voice call from LTE to WCDMA on an end-to-end network achieved on December 23, 2011 HandoverRead… Read more »
Kate Krontiris of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and the MIT Sloan School of Management — and a member of our community — has released two new posts on the topic of “mobile justice”: Mobile Justice in 500 Words, and On the Many Manifestations of “Mobile Justice,” on her tumblr. In the first post, Ms.Read… Read more »
Today was the perfect day to spill mouthwash on my Verizon Blackberry. Why? The Verizon iPhone is available in stores tomorrow and NYC BigApps 2.0 Competition has launched their application gallery for public voting. The BigApps competition excites me because like many of us here, I’m always on the lookout for new businesses and utilitiesRead… Read more »
I have a new guilty pleasure: ChaCha. In a nutshell, text any question you have to ChaCha (242-242) and a human on the other end will Google it and text you back the answer at no charge. While it’s great for folks without smartphones, it’s also addictive for those who do – knowing a realRead… Read more »
It’s always great when you discover something that’s not only fun but can make your job easier. Recently I became aware of a service named GroupMe that enables you to instantly define a group of friends or co-workers and text them all at once with a single number. To give it a try, I setRead… Read more »