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“In today’s world, if you leave your house without your cell phone or your wallet, you’re more likely to go back home for your cell phone.”
Jamie Wu, who manages Department of Defense sales engagements at Samsung, made this analogy at AFCEA 2018 when talking about how phones are driving new levels of productivity for federal workers.
Solutions like Samsung Knox and Samsung DeX are at the front lines of helping federal agencies adopt a mobile-first strategy. Instead of having to carry around a laptop, personnel can take their Samsung phone, connect to a DeX dock and monitor, and work from the office, the field or at the mission’s edge.
I know firsthand how easy Samsung DeX is to set up and use on the road. When I took DeX to Europe with me last summer, I was able to pop into a business center, draft emails and connect with clients in between sightseeing. Not only was I more productive than ever, but it was an effective and efficient way of getting work done from anywhere.
“Samsung Knox gives enterprises the security baseline that they need,” said Wu. “With DeX, you can take your phone and provide that office experience from a mobile device that people carry around with them every single day.”
Learn more about how mobile solutions are driving productivity in federal government.