Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD)

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Study Predicts BYOD Boom By 2016

Brittany Ballenstedt | Nextgov | May 6, 2013

A recent Telework Week report indicated that bring-your-own-device, or BYOD, programs have yet to fully take hold in the federal government, even though many employees are pressing to use their own smartphones and tablets for work. That may soon change: A new analysis predicts more than one-third of organizations will stop providing devices to workers by 2016. Read More »

Using Patient-centered Technology To Improve Recruitment And Retention

Cal Collins | The OpenClinica Blog | April 2, 2013

Sponsors of clinical research must increasingly focus on improving patient engagement in order to meet many of today‚Äôs research challenges. Promising disruptions are already under way that could define new models for patient recruitment and retention. Read More »

VA Awards Contract For Mobile Device Management, Apps Store

Jared Serbu | Federal News Radio | October 3, 2012

The Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded a long-awaited contract to build a system that will manage a stable of mobile devices officials hope will eventually grow to 100,000 handhelds and tablets. Read More »

VA Awards Firstview Mobile Device Manager Task

Mary Mosquera | Government Health IT | October 4, 2012

The Veterans Affairs Department has awarded a $4.4 million contract for mobile device manager software to Firstview Federal Technology Solutions LLC., a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business in Rockville, Md. The contract award was anticipated to be awarded before Sept. 30, the end of federal fiscal 2012. Read More »

VA BYOD Reimbursement Strategy Isn't IT's Call, Says Baker

Molly Bernhart Walker | FierceGovernmentIT | September 27, 2012

Who pays for data plans under a forthcoming bring-your-own-device strategy at the Veterans Affairs Department? Don't ask Chief Information Officer Roger Baker--determining that isn't his job, he says. Read More »