Campaign: Ideas for the Mobility Strategy

Modular Development of Mobile Solutions

Security, device agnosticism, and usability are all critical facets to broad mobility adoption. As consumer expectations continue to bleed over to everyday business use the divide between what the government can offer in way of mobility will continue to grow. Regardless of what needs to be defined and built around mobility in the Federal space, the core ability to implement the strategy falls back to the processes ...more »

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Mobility Strategy means getting ready to Loose Control ...

Armed with powerful mobile devices, consumers and employees have become the force behind a wireless wave of change. Whether they are seeking where their tax refund is, looking for discounted prices, discussing/following/liking an idea or person, these mobile end-users are growing impatient with enterprises that are still trying to control behavior and the sharing of information. Enterprises that fail to learn how to give ...more »

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EPA Mobile Strategy - Provide Data not Mobile Apps

The EPA has adopted a new mobile strategy, where they see themselves as the providers of data and environment information, but they are not the developers of mobile applications. The EPA recently ran a Apps Challenge where “Apps for the Environment” was a contest for software developers to find new ways to combine and deliver environmental data in new apps. Submissions to the challenge were required to use EPA data, ...more »

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