Today the main way for politicians to reach their publics is mass media. Recently, one more solution has been added to TV, radio and press – mobile apps, which allow them to stay mobile, flexible, well-informed, always connected, and have a better understanding of voter sentiment. Snappii, a rapid mobile business app Continue reading “Snappii Offers a New Mobile Solution for Political Candidates” »
There are many industries where workers face daily risks. That is why it’s so surprising that” until 1970, no uniform and comprehensive requirements existed for workplace safety and their protection against health hazards.
In 1979, the Occupational Safety and Health Act was passed by a bipartisan Congress “…to assure so far as possible every working man and woman in the Nation safe and healthful working conditions to preserve our human resources.” Under the Act, the Occupational Safety and Health administration (OSHA) was created within the Department of Labor. OSHA’s mission is to “assure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting Continue reading “Snappii Offers OSHA Case Reporting App” »
Earlier this month, I wrote a blog on how police departments in Maine are using enterprise mobile mobile business apps to communicate with citizens to help fight crime in their communities. A recent story on Citizen Services by John Moore for the Digital Innovation Gazette included an interview with Lisa Wolfisch, chief of the U.S. Census Bureaus’ Web & Social Media Branch and Alexander Permison, who works with the Census’ Application Services Division. Continue reading “Government Agencies Turn to Enterprise Mobile Apps” »
One of the more intriguing parts of designing Apps for individuals, businesses, government organization, and non-profit organizations is the growing uses people are discovering for APPS and how they improve their ability to do their jobs for effectively and efficiently.
Continue reading “Police Departments Finding Benefits of APP Use” »