Mobile Alerts / Center for the Study of Mobile Devices and Communications
Center for the Study of Mobile Devices and Communications
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The use of mobile devices has become an integral part of our life today. Both on personal as well as business fronts, mobile devices have become a key mechanism for us to stay connected to the outside world. Military depends on this technology for a number of mission critical applications including operations tasking and commands and control. In the civilian world, mobile devices have become indispensable for business as well as personal communication. Mobile alerts – the notification of information or events via user’s mobile device – is a critical component to support the real-time connectivity needs of both military and civilians.
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