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According to a recent report conducted by MeriTalk, 49 percent of Federal IT professionals believe Federal agencies can maximize productivity without the use of devices such as laptops, smartphones and tablets.The "Mobile Powered Government" report also shows the use of such devices in expected to increase dramatically in the upcoming year, with Federal IT professionals expecting tablet use to grow 12 percentage points, while smartphone use could grow up to 8 percentage points."Between the tablet revolution and telework mandates, the federal government is quickly becoming mobile," said Craig Abod, president of Carahsoft. "To support the mobile workforce agencies need to manage a growing number of devices and offer solutions that enhance productivity without sacrificing security."With mobile technology becoming a growing trend in federal government, IT departments must be sure they have staff with the proper IT training to deploy these devices. Federal Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel recently discussed his top priorities for 2012, which included mobile technology, at a breakfast hosted by the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association.
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