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Enabling Automotive and Large Equipment Service Professionals with Mobile Technology

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Vehicles, whether they are passenger cars, long haul freight carriers, or earth moving equipment have become reliant on electronics and other technology to run and optimize the engines, enable the various functions the vehicle performs, and to diagnose problems. And because vehicles can be located anywhere out on the road or in the field when service is needed, technicians need reliable and adaptable mobile computing devices that perform under adverse […]

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New IDC Study: The Business Case for Rugged

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No one can deny that mobile technology has dramatically changed the way people work. From increasing worker productivity in the field to improving real-time customer service, mobility offers companies and agencies more flexibility, which impacts the bottom line. But there are risks with these new rewards. From inevitable drops or usage in extreme conditions, mobile […]

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Increasing Visibility Across the Food Supply Chain with Mobile Solutions

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With new FSMA regulations one of the major challenges for food producers will be the issue of visibility across the supply chain process. Now, the increasingly multifaceted supply chain system, which for years has depended on legacy systems and a paper-based data collection process, will be expected to modernize with rugged mobile solutions and improve […]

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Local Police Department Leverages Durable Computing Solution to Help Mobilize Officers

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A little over four years ago, a police department in the southern part of the U.S. was struggling with constant computer reliability issues, from hard drive crashes to replacing screens to failure issues due to extreme temperatures. When a computer stopped working in the field, officers had to leave their patrol and return to the […]

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