Showing 5 ideas for tag "mobile computing"
Mimic industry and (except where required for security reasons) allow employees to use personal cell/smart phones for government business. Allows elimination or consolidation of supported infrastructure, support personnel, phone purchases, upgrades, etc. Allows employee to carry fewer devices. Allows nearly all employees to have cell phone access to work. Facilitates teleworking. Reduces the "I left it at the office"... more »
The current trend of published material is to push content to either the web via. web pages, or to build portable digital format (PDF) documents in a manner for personal computing (PC) or tablet PC access. The concept is limited to web or full-size documents. This trend is great for individuals who are highly technical, or for users that carry a computer system with them constantly, but does not address the community... more »
The development of ePublication-based content for eReaders will further allow the Federal government to improve awareness and educate the American Citizen, but this technology can be combined with other electronic sources such as web sites, mobile applications or electronic forms. The combination of technology requires a strategic vision for implementation to maximize the user experience. There has been a recent change... more »
Personal computers, laptops, and tablet PCs have dominated the workforce toolset within the Federal government up to the present day. The development of web-based content has traditionally been targeted at personal computing (PC) by Federal developers. The combination of these two factors has led to the workforce carrying expensive, bulky and sometimes fragile equipment as a necessary toolset into the field in order... more »
By updating all the database application interfaces to a web/mobile application solution you will reduce the enormous cost of software licenses for each government computer user. Yes, EACH end user. If the end users do not have to rely on a proprietary/commercial software licenses the overall cost for each user would be cut dramatically. Don’t believe me, count the amount of users, times the Operating License then... more »