Corporate Information Systems offers managed services to IT departments. We offer our corporate clients and potential clients a monthly newsletter style publication which is targeted towards our client base, made up primarily of IT managers, CIO’s, project managers and team leaders.
The aim of our newsletter is to provide our clients with an interesting or stimulating read that canvasses issues that may be relevant to them. The published article will be distributed to approximately 500 people.
Smartphones play a major role in some businesses but many are still trying to understand the benefits deployment of such technology can provide. We are seeking an article that provides a view of the advantages Smartphone integration can have for different businesses, including:
• the history of Smartphones in business
• a case study of the competitive advantage Smart mobile technology has brought to a business
• a comparison of the benefits of deploying Smartphones verses other mobile technology
• an outline of best practices surrounding deployment and policy
• an overview of potential downsides and risks
While this article will largely be an opinion piece, it should be well referenced and provide validity to any opinions expressed. Links to websites or noting where the reference originated is required. Case studies or references are required to back any points that are addressed in this article.
We have attached 2 examples of past articles that should give bidders an idea of the quality and standard of article we are looking for. Please ignore newsletter format style. The article must be well written in clear English and follow the traditional format offering the reader an introduction, body and conclusion.
The word limit is 1200 words and may not exceed 1300 words or be below 1100 words.
The deadline for completion is Wednesday 23rd June [url removed, login to view] AEST.
When bidding for this artical, please provide us with a brief outline on your understanding of this topic. The article must be an original work and not copied from any other source, which we will verify with our own means. The article will only be accepted upon meeting the above criteria, and will be marked unfinished should the intention expressed above not be adhered to.