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Mobile technology has had a mixed track record in gov- ernment, with device management and security con- cerns causing a drag on actual usage. However, there's no argument that mobile will eventually have a big play, and there are signs that the tipping point is near. Good Technology, a mobile security solutions provider, tracks the quarterly mobile activity of its global enterprise customers and saw increased activations of both mobile devices and apps across the board in the second quarter of this year. Device activa- tions in government and public sector organizations improved by 7 percent compared to the first quarter. It's still "relatively early days" yet, said Chris Roberts, Good's public sector vice president, and there's probably at least a year left to go before mobile solutions start to really proliferate throughout the enterprise. "But, from an evolutionary point of view, the conversation has already moved away from how to deal with all of the mobile stuff coming into organizations," he said. "It's now more about what needs to be mobilized to help those organizations perform their missions better, and that leads to more difficult conver- sations and into more complicated territory, which is where it frankly needs to be." 20 GCN SEPTEMBER 2014 • GCN.COM assimilation Mobile picks up speed As security challenges become addressed, mobile is moving from technology adoption to assimilation into agency' missions BY BRIAN ROBINSON DRAGUTIN CVIJANOVIC