Making USCG more ready, resilient and relevant through the use of emerging mobile technology is a strategic imperative.
Mobile-first deployments provide responders the mission support they need when every second counts.
A mobile-first strategy improves critical communications among first responders, who need every second when lives are on the line.
Tactical edition smartphones provide service members with tailored solutions to ensure cognitive dominance across all domains.
The MIT Hacking Medicine D.C. Grand Hack brought together bright minds from many discipines to innovate on Samsung technology.
According to speakers at the AUSA Annual Meeting, the Army is more focused than ever on mobility and data analysis.
The AUSA 2019 Conference in Washington, D.C. will highlight emerging technologies that are changing the face of modern conflict.
Mobile devices are key enablers in aviation, providing real-time access to high-fidelity data, from back offices to operation frontlines.
Federal air fleets rely on the availability of mission-critical data in all sorts of environments. Samsung tablets deliver.
Citrix's public sector CTO stopped by to explain how their Samsung partnership provides mobile security to government workers.