Panasonic made its first fully-rugged entry into the rugged mobile computing market back in 1996 with the Toughbook 25. As the demand for such devices grew, so did the market. However, these devices, often used in military and public safety settings, were over engineered for other markets such as insurance, military support and logistics, field …
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Variety Care had previously been using commercial grade tablets that were not specifically designed for the demands of a healthcare environment; these tablets experienced breaks and failures which resulted in clinician downtime. Manager of Information Systems, Carl Flippin wanted to enhance the facility’s workflow with mobile devices that were durable, portable, lightweight, reliable and had wireless capabilities.
Flippin met with DataSource Mobility, a value added IT reseller with an expertise is mobile technology, to discuss the criteria for Variety Care’s next mobile computing solution. After research and evaluation, the Panasonic Toughbook T8 computers proved to be the ultimate solution.