Earning employee buy-in is a challenge for many IT managers when looking to rollout a new mobile solution to a large or small field force. At Panasonic we’ve established some best practices to garner employee buy-in early on and streamline the deployment process.
Earlier this week I participated in Intel’s Healthcare Innovation Summit, a webcast event featuring the industry’s leading voices for actionable, real-world insights into the innovative methodologies, tools, and technologies driving the next generation of healthcare delivery.
Panasonic values the educational opportunities offered by these types of peer-focused events. We have created an environment for customers and partners to interact with each other and share best practices through programs like the Panasonic Healthcare Symposium and the Panasonic Thought Leadership Forum. Both conferences are great opportunities to understand how similar organizations approach mobile technology challenges.
In today’s world, business travel is a requirement for almost any job. According to IDC, the world’s mobile worker population will grow to nearly 1.2 billion people – more than a third of the world’s workforce – by 2013. For any executive or professional that spends a great deal of time away from the office, …
Today, former Microsoft executive, Steven VanRoekel, was announced as the replacement for the inaugural Federal CIO, Vivek Kundra. Kundra announced in June that he would resign this month for a fellowship at Harvard University. VanRoekel was most recently with the U.S. Agency for International Development, after a post as managing director of the of the Federal Communications Commission.