Panelists at FOSE talk about what mobile devices can do for government, beyond the obvious. But don't throw your laptop away just yet.
A SANS Institute study found that only 9 percent of organizations are "fully aware" of the personal mobile devices accessing their networks.
The FAA is confident that its mobile device program, which could also include Android and BlackBerry devices, will soon become standard practice.
U.S. police routinely track cell phones in their investigations, but only a tiny minority obtain warrants to do so, according to an ACLU investigation.
The Marine Corps is looking for a new generation of secure mobile devices that can work in both classified government domains and the commercial marketplace.
PCs aren't going away, but IDC projects they'll be overshadowed by the growth of smart phones and tablets, a trend that's also creeping into government enterprises.
The commission is considering rule changes that would make smart phones and tablets interoperable with different networks.
VA is continuing to modernize its IT infrastructure to provide improved customer service in the form of electronic health records, telemedicine and online apps.
West Virginia has released a smart-phone app that lets users take pictures of suspicious activity, add a GPS tag and text, and send it to the state's fusion center anonymously.
With the spread of mobile devices and apps, the personal cloud will replace the personal computer at the center of users' digital lives, according to a report from Gartner.
As if we didn't have enough to be afraid of, now there's nomophobia – the fear of being out of cell phone contact.
The Apple Configurator is designed to help organizations manage large deployments.
It's not called the "iPad 3," but it features some significant upgrades under the hood and on the screen.
The agency joins the march away from RIM products, which were once ubiquitous in government.
The agency is looking at new information processing and networking technologies to dramatically reduce the time it takes to analyze data.