Implementing Mobile Government
Mobility means information and communication access virtually anywhere, anytime. It’s become commonplace in the private sector. But how can Federal agencies implement bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and other mobility strategies while meeting technical challenges and ensuring data and networks remain secure?
Government agencies need to formulate plans for agile, trusted, and productive mobile computing. To help in this endeavor, Appian is proud to sponsor the 2012 Mobile Government Conference taking place today in Washington, DC.
The Mobile Government Conference discusses how the public sector can take advantage of mobile technology to develop compelling mobile solutions and improve both citizen and enterprise services. Attendees are obtaining the latest information about how mobile programs are being implemented by agencies and valuable ideas for achieving the objectives of the Digital Government Strategy.
An important track at the Mobile Government Conference is “Mobilizing the Enterprise and Its Workforce.” Mobility puts information where it’s needed, when it’s needed – in the hands of the government workforce at any time. This is a topic that’s very important to Appian’s mission. Our VP of Federal Sales, Chris O’Connell, has said that “Appian works directly with mobile manufacturers and with working groups in the DoD and other federal agencies. The Appian BPM Suite is natively deployed across multiple platforms because there’s no way of knowing what device a user might want to bring to the job, or what device may win out in the end. We want to be prepared to support any platform an agency might use.” (View more of Chris’s comments about Appian’s approach to mobile BPM.)
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