Showing 5 ideas for tag "ipad"
Creat a secured version of the IPAD (or similar device) for employees that are mobile on their jobs. Facilities crews, Food Service workers, Doctors, Nurses, Landscapers, Architects, and Psychologists are just a few jobs that could utilize this technology. It will create less paper printing, better efficiency, better transfer of information, prevent loss of information, and provide a better speed of service delivery.... more »
Preparing for meetings requires printing out any or every document that was sent electronically through email. The majority of these documents have double digit page numbers often including screen shots. Depending on the meeting size, those same documents have now been multiplied by the number of attendees. During the meeting, notes are jotted on them, and when it’s all over, are either filed away or shredded/recycled... more »
It has been announced that all Air Force linguists will be receiving iPads for their individual home studies related to their language(s). Previously, they were issued iPods to do the same. I can understand receiving a device that you can listen to linguistics, but to issue iPads at the super-high costs is an utter waste of DoD funds! The current iPods are not even used by the linguists for the purpose intended. To... more »
Use a service such as Citrix or Good Technologies to provide a secure connection to Government networks for people to use their personal smart phones (iPhone), tablets (iPad) or laptops. Provide an incentive to encourage to use their personal equipment. People using their personal electronics would have to agree to allow a "kill' feature be installed on all personal smart phones and tablet so that Government information... more »
Prohibit production of copies of presentations, testimony and other documents for federal meetings, such as NCVHS, HIT Policy or Standards committees and any other such federal meetings. These documents should be posted on Sharepoint sites (for example) for access prior to and during the meeting. Eliminating copies will also eliminate the need to mail, fedex, ship or send any more copies of the documents to participating... more »