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Apr 15, 2016

Utilities aren’t the Only Ones Finding Their Way with GIS

por admin

GIS information is influencing the operational efficiency of professionals in almost every global industry. Asset location, maintenance, and management is always more efficient when you know exactly where to go, and when. First you need to know how to find all the right GIS-ready features in a single mobile PC package. For many industries, that will be a rugged tablet-based solution. Access to GIS data is easier on a bigger screen, hence the trend towards using rugged tablets in the field versus smaller smartphones or heavier notebooks and laptops.... Continuado

Apr 01, 2016

Shopping for Public Safety: Rugged Tablets a Must Have Technology

por admin

Any mobile computing platform purchased must be able to support agencies’ unprecedented – and unpredictable – data demands for years to come. The mobile PC must also be compatible with any future technologies used in support of police activities.... Continuado

Mar 24, 2016

Computación en la Niebla esencial para la fabricación de procesos de trabajo personalizables

por Bob Ashenbrenner

Una de las principales ventajas de Computación en la Niebla en manufactura es que la latencia es muy corta - los sensores y los datos están muy próximos entre sí. Todos los datos, aplicaciones y procesamiento pueden ser manejados a nivel local. ... Continuado

Mar 17, 2016

Rugged Mobile Moments: The Right Partners are as Valuable as the Right Rugged Tablet

por Debbie Russo

For Xplore, partners serve as our strength – advocates of our brand and proactive problem solvers. They are technology specialists and experts in both global industries and niche markets, and they’re helping us tear down barriers to customers’ complete business mobility.... Continuado

Mar 10, 2016

Rugged Tablets aren’t Just for Road Warriors

por Tom LaHoda

Rugged tablets’ practicality for government use is proving more evident every day as IT investments are demanding more future-proof solutions to optimize technology TCO.... Continuado

Mar 04, 2016

Rugged Tablet Quality: Just What Telecoms Need to Build Quality Networks

por Cindy Murnick

Telcos are embracing the strength, power, flexibility, and expansive feature sets of today’s rugged tablet platforms to strengthen, power, and expand their own communications platforms.... Continuado

Feb 25, 2016

Retailers Move Mobility Focus to the Warehouse

por Bob Ashenbrenner

Nimble is the name of the retail game these days and that requires an increased reliance on real-time data and tools that can capture, analyze, and deliver actionable data anytime, anywhere. Mobility-driven automation has real impact on retailers’ response capabilities across the entire operation. It is important to increase investments in mobility-based picking, packing, and shipping solutions back at the warehouse.... Continuado

Feb 18, 2016

Military-Grade Rugged Tablets Must Prove Genuine Protection against Environmental Threats

por Sandy McCaskie

When it comes to military computing, it’s not enough to say your mobile PC solution can protect troops – and data –deployed in response to real-world conflicts. Methodically field test all mobile PC candidates and select a military-grade rugged tablet that’s unequivocally proven its ability to survive any and all threats.... Continuado

Feb 11, 2016

Warehouse/DC Mobility: Moves to Stay 3 Steps Ahead of Failure

por admin

A systems failure is never acceptable in any industry, but the implications of such an occurrence in the Warehouse or Distribution Center can ripple all the way to the manufacturer, the retailer, and the consumer. That’s why it takes more than smart planning to keep operations running smoothly – and keep you in business for the long-haul.... Continuado

Feb 05, 2016

Want to Mobilize Your Warehouse/DC? Don’t Wait to Make a Move

por Bob Ashenbrenner

Chess is all about strategy. So is mobility. Even if you have the right game plan mapped out, waiting to execute a critical move until you “absolutely have to” may place the odds of winning (easily) against you.

Perhaps that’s why I was so perplexed when Bridget McCrea recently reported in Logistics Management that many Warehouse and Distribution Center decision makers were “simply waiting until their existing technology becomes obsolete to upgrade” to mobile technologies inside the four walls.... Continuado

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