Use of Mobile Technology for Information Collection & Dissemination


POSTED:  February 22, 2011

BY: Chet Hosmer, Carlton Jeffcoat, Matt Davis, Thomas McGibbon

Mobile technology is increasingly being utilized as a tool for information dissemination and collection. Numerous agencies, including the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the intelligence community, and law enforcement are utilizing mobile technology for information management. The three primary mobile devices being utilized today for the purposes of information collection and dissemination are the iPad/iPhone, Android, and Windows Mobile. The open architecture of these devices is conducive for rapid application development and release. Despite the advanced mobile technology that exists today, factors such as security, usage, and trends must be considered when transitioning to mobile information collection and dissemination architecture.

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