Australian company BlinkMobile Interactive has secured Auckland Council as the latest local government user for its mobility enabling tools.
NSW's Waverley Council has gotten its mobile bills under control with a new billing system that actively analyses and manages telecommunications expenses.
A focus on security and mobile device management has helped DSEWPAC carefully integrate mobiles into its operating environment. This case study explains how
E-waste recycling firm MobileMuster will reward council initiatives in encouraging recycling of mobile phones with its Local Government Recycling Awards.
BlackBerry has taken another scalp after the Australian National Audit Organisation (ANAO) adopted its mobile device management and BYOD security solution.
Australia's peak transport-safety body will invest in new BlackBerry smartphones as it revamps its mobile strategy and empowers field workers.
Queensland has engaged Telstra and Motorola Wireless for a $457.3m emergency services network, which will replace its ageing analogue system before the G20.
Governments beware: mobile apps users are unforgiving of poor design and user interfaces, and will quickly abandon an app if it doesn't work as they want.
A recent survey of companies using Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) mobility models has shown it boosts profits and makes employees happier and more productive.
Adelaide City Council has offered a mobile smartphone app to improve responsiveness and customer service by letting citizens report problems on the spot.
Governments are rushing to introduce mobility into their workforce, with varied results. Our GTR feature explores some of the mobile successes to date.
Despite its government credentials, Research In Motion's new BlackBerry 10 OS must win broad consumer support if its features are to assuage BYOD headaches.
Research In Motion's make-or-break BlackBerry 10 operating system won a reprieve from US Customs, suggesting the new mobile platform is not dead just yet.