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Faster Care, Lower Costs, Better Results: How Houston’s ETHAN Project is Transforming Emergency Medicine With Toughbook Power

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As the first responders on the scene, firefighters, EMTs and paramedics traditionally conduct a preliminary evaluation of a patient before transporting them via an ambulance to a nearby emergency room. Doing this transport for each and every emergency call is costly and strains the limited supply of emergency medical resources. While many of these calls […]

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5 Ways Mobile Deployment Services Support Your Mobile Workforce

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We are in an era where the mobile workforce is increasing in size and the concept of a “mobile” office is getting completely redefined. Whether you are a first responder, field service technician, route delivery driver, or forklift driver, you rely on mobile computers, peripherals, and communication tools more today than ever before. Mobile workers […]

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Tough Jobs in the Public Sector Need Tough Devices

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Whether it’s law enforcement, fire and rescue, emergency medical services, public works, or social services, public sector organizations have one thing in common: helping and protecting the public. Public sector employees must be able to be productive and communicate effectively, securely and quickly, from any location, at any time, in all types of situations. And […]

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North Carolina Sets Aggressive Pace to Phase Out 911 Tech from the 1960s

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Panasonic Toughbook delivers rugged mobility solutions to the public sector, where every minute counts in an emergency. Read on to learn how North Carolina is investing in mobile technology. In the pre-mobile device days of 911, systems could identify the address of a caller and that was enough. There was a physical location tied to […]

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