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PODCAST: Mobile Operating Systems: Insights into How Government Can Stay Ahead of Mobility Development Trends

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September 19, 2013  |  Managed Services  •  Mobility + End User Devices  •  Wireless


With mobile operating systems being updated on average every 14 days, it is tremendously challenging for government agencies to not only keep up on these changes, but also adjust their procurement efforts.

In the following podcast Chris Sibold, Channel Account Manager for Government Solutions, at AirWatch, discusses how agencies can keep up with the shortened technology lifecycle and the pace of innovation in mobility.

In this interview, Sibold discusses:

  • How agencies can manage the quick timelines for managing mobile updates
  • New acquisition vehicles like the GSA Manage Mobility Program
  • How the DoD is speeding up the approval timelines for using approved mobile devices from a security perspective
  • How agencies can ‘future-proof’ technologies that they procure

Listen to the podcast here.


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