Evidence-Based Approach to Early Childhood Education Mobile Apps


Screen Shot 2015-10-28 at 10.58.38 AM copyAs smartphones and tablets become ubiquitous, parents and educators can choose to provide children with content that purely entertains or educational content that may help learning and development. However, the question arises, how do parents and educators ensure that mobile media applications are developmentally appropriate, educationally sound and offer a real learning potential?

BYOD: Consumer mobility in the workplace

Screen Shot 2015-11-13 at 10.20.17 AMMobile technology has revolutionized the way we live, play and work. Consumer mobility trends have taken the enterprise by storm. Most employees use their mobile devices for work-related purposes throughout the workweek and frequently during the weekend. More and more businesses, educational institutions and healthcare organizations are investing large percentages of their IT budgets on mobility initiatives. Organizations may choose to provide mobile devices, which costs more but provides high levels of control and security, or institute bring your own device (BYOD) programs, which are cost-effective but more complex to administer. Whichever model they choose, organizations must develop solutions for such challenges as
device management, end user experience, mobile applications, scaling and security.

Enterprise Mobility in the Public Sector

Screen Shot 2016-05-13 at 10.05.00 AMMobility isn’t a one-off pilot project or a string of siloed initiatives. It’s a mindset, and it requires comprehensive, strategic planning to succeed. Many government agencies are rolling out citizen-facing applications, point projects that improve productivity in field staff-heavy environments, mobile device-friendly websites and other low-hanging fruit deployments. Prodded by Obama Administration mandates to “mobilify” key services and increase the number of teleworking employees, federal agencies are leading the charge. State, county and city governments are not to be outdone — they’re moving towards mobility as well, albeit at a slightly slower pace.