While emulators and simulators can help developers improve app performance, DigitalGov says, some features are best tested by people and their devices.
The Army is researching commercial off-the-shelf software and mobile services for its bi-directional secure mobile health system.
Until voice recognition technology matures, smartphone users need ways to make text easier to input.
While IT shops tend to focus on technical design aspects, understanding user experience can ensure rapid user adaption.
To perform with the ease of Google and the personalization of Amazon, government apps need a thorough tune-up, from the user interface to the back end.
Salesforce's study of 15 major cities finds widespread desire for digital services, but limited awareness of those that already exist.
The Navy is testing Wi-Fi access for sailors’ mobile and personal devices, while the Army and Marine Corps are also improving connectivity.
MyID Trusted Authenticator gives Good Technology customers access to a wide range of secure credentials for signing, authentication and encryption.
The secure devices feature educational content and allow inmates to place calls in the privacy of their own cell, increasing communication with friends and family.
The "protection," however, comes from using stolen and shared login credentials.
A new mobile app lets officers query multiple databases during roadside traffic stops.
An updated ECM strategy ensures information and process flow across the expanding government enterprise.
Five experts offer advice on managing risks when agency employees bring their own mobile devices to work
Defense Department mobile users will now be able to make classified voice, video and data calls and access SIPRNet through the Internet with the DOD Enterprise Classified Travel Kit Gateways.