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Busting the myths of professional app use

Apr 10, 2018 12:28:14 PM , Rahim Zaknoun

You might think you know how professionals use mobile apps – but do you really? The latest Airbus mobile app survey took an in-depth look at how professional organizations go about getting apps, how they use them, what their priorities are and what they expect of their app vendors.

The results deliver some surprises so let’s dive in and bust ten myths of professional app use.

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Mar 13, 2018 4:33:59 PM , Tapio Mäkinen

What Wikipedia can't tell you about hackathons

Buzzword it might be, but the term “hackathon” frequently comes up in discussions. Yet, do you know what a hackathon actually is and why they are organized?

What is so great about working 24 hours straight or a whole weekend, bringing your idea to life? Participants in the recent Critical App Challenge – a hackathon like event – reveal things that you won’t find elsewhere.

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Nov 20, 2017 9:44:50 AM , Catalin Gheorghiu

Check these 5 things before buying a professional application

Need to save lives but also want to save time and money? Tick off these requirements and get the professional apps you need.

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Mar 30, 2016 11:30:00 AM , Mika Myllymäki

A guide to the professional mobile apps future

We may not think of professionals as big users of smartphones and apps. When we picture ourselves a firefighter or a police officer on patrol, we think of them getting information using their TETRA or Tetrapol radios.

Yet, it’s only logical that professionals too should benefit from mobile applications.

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Dec 18, 2015 12:30:00 PM , Mika Myllymäki

10 brilliant public safety apps for the professional

Police officers could scan crowds for known criminals, fugitives, or terrorists using facial recognition applications. Commanding officers could soon be able to track firefighters inside burning buildings where GPS does not go. And emergency medical care personnel could soon be able to observe patients for symptoms — before the ambulance reaches the scene of the accident.

Which applications would best help police, rescue, and emergency medical care?

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