Richard Russell

What you don’t know about your mobile technology can harm you–and your organization–warned a long-time federal intelligence executive now helping the U.S. Army’s leading logistics provider.

That was the impetus behind a new seven minute video developed for the 70,000 employees of the Army Materiel Command, but which offers a primer for virtually anyone using a mobile smart phone or laptop for work. Keep reading →

The government is moving rapidly into an austere financial environment, which will put enormous pressure against cost centers such as information technology and services. Perhaps as significant is the simultaneous pressure from users for more mobile devices, applications, and capabilities to work from anywhere, at anytime, which can often drive a disconnect between user expectations and service provider delivery.

Consequently, there is a pressing need for aggressive and innovative approaches to resolve this set of issues and demands. Chief information officers and chief technology officers must find empirical methods to map the right course for their agencies. Keep reading →