Smartphones are streamlining the way the public sector works; communication, job scheduling, administration, reporting and invoicing can all happen in an instant, at the press of a button

Nomad, the former local government project promoting mobile and flexible working, is seeking to establish a new future and niche role. Ken Eastwood, national lead for Nomad, gives an update on the initiative

Airpoint explores whether police forces are getting the best value from their data mobilisation suppliers in today's economic climate

The last two and a half years have seen significant government investment in police mobile systems. Paul Hampton from C-innovate looks at how this investment has panned out and what the future looks like

Technology is freeing up staff to work from locations other than the office. But what are the implications for organisations?

How can local government make savings and improve services? Go mobile, says Anuj Khanna of the Mobile Data Association

New mobile services framework agreement offers best value to the public sector

Having considered the broad potential for flexible working last month, this article focuses on those who are away from offices

Many jobs in local government could benefit from mobile working technology. So why are some local authorities slow to adopt it?

Digital pen and paper technology is winning over mobile workers within local government by simplifying paper work processes and increasing productivity

Steve Reynolds, vice president, Mobile Data Association, discusses how enterprise mobility solutions assist in meeting with organisations’ duty of care obligations

Martin Morey, general secretary of the MCUG, looks across boundaries when it comes to mobile and lone workers, and peers outside the government sector

E-mail encryption is a modern solution for an open, two-way dialogue between the government and its citizens. But there are barriers to overcome before full adoption can be realised

Julie Purves, managing director of B2M Solutions, gives her top tips on how to achieve a successful mobile operation.

Pat McFadden from the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform talks about the benefits of flexible working.

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