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A Data Spill from an Oil Rig: Protecting Mobile Devices from ‘Leaky’ Apps


The energy industry is increasingly a mobile (not Mobil, pun intended) enterprise, where foremen, floor-hands, roughnecks, and drillers use smartphones and tablets throughout the workday. These devices contain vital information – including confidential data – about everything from codes to operate heavy machinery and geological studies about untapped reservoirs of natural gas and oil to the intellectual property about […]

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To Celebrate 20 Years of Rugged Mobility, Lucky Toughbook Customers Get the Full Panasonic Experience


  Have you ever wanted to get a first-hand look at the work that goes into manufacturing a rugged Panasonic Toughbook® device? How about a deep immersion in the culture of Japan? Or an opportunity to share your rugged mobility story directly with Panasonic’s engineers? Thanks to Panasonic Mobility’s 20th Anniversary “Who’s the Toughest” Sweepstakes, […]

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Leading the Channel Charge: CRN Recognizes Panasonic Mobility Team Members for Partner Program Enhancements


CRN has recognized Kay Stewart and Christy Sacco for their leadership in strengthening the mobility channel program. They played an integral role in enhancing several program initiatives that ultimately allow our partners to grow their business. Kay Stewart, director of distribution and channel operations, was recognized out of 545 female channel executives for the Power […]

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Utilities Redefining Storm Response with Mobile Technology

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For utility professionals, unpredictable weather is part of the job. However, when catastrophic weather events strike, utility professionals are put to the test more than ever.  Increasingly, they are becoming more responsive thanks to mobile technologies in the field. In a recent T&D World webinar, The United Illuminating Company (UI), a utility company servicing approximately […]

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