It can be argued that the user-driven expansion of support for mobile technology doesn’t necessarily reflect business needs. Not sure this article by Dale Vile of Freeform Dynamics in the Register makes the case, but it’s an interesting point anyway, and a good quote:
Business and operational considerations must come first. The point of organisations implementing mobile technology, in most cases at least, is to generate business value, not to pander to user needs and wants.
In the context of mobile parliamentarians, who should be driving the process? Individual MPs, or the Corporate Body (or equivalent)?