Though we may be years away from significant adoption, it’s important for government agencies to begin incorporating wearables into their security planning now.
Government IT managers looking for mobile device management tools will get three new options with their Office 365 subscription plans.
The Flex platform provides several options for managing email, messaging and video communication throughout corrections enterprises.
Eagle County, Colo. set up its text-to-911 service to meet public expectations for the service, especially among the hard-of-hearing communities.
At a February ski event, Colorado first responders put LTE mobile broadband to the test in a demo of technologies for a future nationwide public safety network.
BlackBerry announced the SecuTablet, a new secure tablet outfitted with technology components from Samsung, IBM and Secusmart, a German encryption company acquired by BlackBerry last year.
Reports from the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona indicate that Samsung plans to bundle Microsoft’s Office apps – OneDrive, OneNote and Office 365 – into its Knox Workspace enterprise security platform.
With the presidential election coming up in 2016, many constituencies are considering how they can use technology to secure and streamline the voting process.
The departments of Interior and Agriculture will showcase data and platforms that will make it easier to access recreational information across the United States.
Armed with mobile technology and new data sampling methods, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration aims to improve the accuracy of its crash data, but funding restrictions are slowing the transition, GAO says.
Now that most mobile platforms support near-field communications, government must be ready to interact with a world where financial transactions will be increasingly handled on smartphones.
Google’s Android for Work program is designed to give IT departments a consistent approach for mobile device management of Android devices through standardized management APIs.