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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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Tech-Savvy Millennials’ Impact on Government Technology

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The landscape of the government workplace is changing and so are its employees. Outnumbering their baby boomer counterparts, Millennials are the largest demographic group and the fastest growing generation in the workforce. In 2015, Millennials “surpassed Generation X to become the largest share of the American workforce,” according to the Pew Research Center analysis of […]

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Executive Perspective: 2017 Mobility Innovation Trends

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Magnus McDermid brings more than 25 years of sales, marketing and operational experience in mobile computing sector serving as Senior Vice President, Mobility Group, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. He concurrently acts as Vice-President of the Enterprise Solutions Division at Panasonic Canada Inc. Magnus regularly meets with Toughbook customers and partners to discuss […]

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Interested in what’s next for law enforcement technology?

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In our last blog on law enforcement technology we looked at some of the challenges agencies face when selecting and evaluating the right mobile computing technology for law enforcement based on a recent discussion with Michael McElroy, Director of the Information Technology Bureau at the Fairfax County Police Department. Now, we want to share some of […]

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