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Top Technology Trends in Fire Rescue: What to Expect at Fire Rescue International 2019

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Technology is finding its place in organizations across the board as employees discover new ways to effectively do their jobs. For first responders, specifically in fire, rescue operations and EMS, it’s no different. Mobile technology has become a staple in fire and rescue trucks and stations across the nation, and as technology continues to develop, […]

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The Secret Life of Metadata on the Battlefield

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Today’s warfighters require highly technical and highly adaptable devices with an unparallelled network for communication. This article by Signal explains the importance of metadata on top of the data they’re recieving and how it brings their intelligence capabilities to the next level.   Data about data could boost signals intelligence. Data from mobile device signals […]

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Inside the Department of Transportation’s Cybersecurity Ecosystem

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Comprising dozens of sub-agencies, the Department of Transportation makes protecting its digital information and networks a priority. Jim Ward, Executive Account Manager supporting the US Department of Transportation and other Federal Government Civilian Agencies shares his insights on the use of mobile devices and the need to utilize enterprise mobile devices with proper security.   When […]

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Putting More Mobile Tech into the Military’s Hands

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America’s warfighters need reliable mobile communications, analytics, and collaboration tools both out in the field and in their operations centers. Here’s how they’re leveraging that mobile technology to work more efficiently and effectively. Last year, the U.S. Air Force threw down the gauntlet for game developers, programmers, engineers, and students. In search of a mobile game to enrich […]

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