A series on the future of mobile government
Just as web 2.0 (the social web) supplanted web 1.0 (the read-only web) as the driving force in technology over the last decade, the mobile Internet will likely be the driving force in the next decade. The world will, once again, have to assimilate the change. This series will explore how the public sector can extract productivity gains, re-invent how it does business and meet the demands of an increasingly untethered populace by embracing the disruption wrought by mobile technology.
Gov on the go
Learn how mobile technology can help close the productivity gap between the public and private sectors.
The power of zoom
Learn how emerging geospatial technologies can help make sense of the "digital exhaust" created by smartphones, physical sensors and the Internet, transforming an otherwise static map into a living platform for shared decision-making and real-time collaboration.
Government meets its mobile future
Realize the possibilities of mobile government with an easy seven-step guide to help you meet your mobile future