ATT intros mobile app for government

TotalMobile integrates with existing government systems

AT&T says its TotalMobile software applications will "liberate" government field employees from being tethered to the office.

TotalMobile integrates with government systems and database that are already in place, the company said. AT&T is offering versions of the software tailored to specific government functions such as health and human services, inspections and public works.

"This is the mobile decade," Colin Reid, TotalMobile CEO, said in a statement. "Mobile must be the way forward for every government department. We believe it's going to underpin all the real business efficiencies and productivity gains they make."

TotalMobile is available now from AT&T. For more information, see www.att.com/wirelessgovernment.

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