A person holds a smartphone with the official 'Corona Warn-App' (Corona Warning Application) in Berlin, Germany, Monday, June 15, 2020. The app will be introduced on Tuesday, June 16 by the German authorities. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)

Air Force thinks it’s cracked the code on BYOD

The Air Force believes it’s created a successful proof-of-concept that would let airmen access military networks via their own devices, and is ready to…

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U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Cynthia Belío & Senior Airman Nicolas Erwin

DoD moves AI development to Air Force’s Cloud One as JEDI protest drags on

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U.S Navy/Corporal Bernard Pearson,

Navy to unplug decades-old personnel IT systems, clear way for app-based self service

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The impact of mobility and collaboration on IT modernization

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Brig. Gen. Dennis CrallPhoto by Cpl. Samantha K. Draughon

‘Wrong trajectory’ in mobile strategy stifles Marines’ BYOD ambitions

Marines still aspire to let troops bring their own devices to work, but the corps’ top IT official says its current mobility strategy is “on the wrong…

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Jeff Neal

A better approach to SES mobility

Involuntary moves can negatively affect employee morale, cause increased Senior Executive Service turnover and may hamper SES hiring.

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Securing federal mobility from the full spectrum of mobile risk

Predicting the future is never easy, but it’s safe to say that work is becoming more mobile. At least, organizations including federal agencies are giving employees more leeway to work in an on-the-go way. And they’re deploying a growing number of enterprise applications onto mobile devices – smartphones and tablets.

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