By Clint Adams, Fiberlink.
A With government pumping hundreds of billions into the U.S. economy this year and last in an attempt to save the country from total economic disaster, more and more people are asking where and how that money is being spent. An article in the Washington Post last week outlines the problem the Obama administration “tech-savvy as it is,” according to Rep. Brad Miller (D-N.C.), will have ensuring transparency.
April 15, 2009 (Blue Bell, PA) – ME: Mobility Enterprise Magazine, a quarterly publication that highlights business and technology issues relevant to mobility enterprises, premiered today with its inaugural issue. The magazine chronicles the trends, talk, and technology of the emerging mobility era.
Saw this ad on the back of this week’s Newsweek. The ad copy starts with “Introducing a new workspace that is less stuffy than the office, and more productive than your home.” Those assertions are debatable. But what really struck me is how it ends: “You can now feel confident announcing that you’re Working from Phone today.”
A barrier-breaking presidential election, a new commitment to ending global warming, a cry for increased regulation from investment bankers, and a business model I call the Mobility Enterprise. This year will be a big chapter in the history books.
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