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5 Solutions to Help Manage Distracted Driving

8/21/2012
Last week Mobile Enterprise took a look at the liability to the enterprise from distracted driving accidents. The National Safety Council (NSC) estimated costs for all accidents (non-business related and on the job related), to be $43 billion. With an increasing percentage of these billions being charged to the enterprise, part two examines five mobile solutions that can help you manage distracted driving, thereby reducing corporate liability.

Can Healthcare Keep up with Mobility?

8/16/2012
Sixty percent of consumers said they believe doctors are not as interested in mHealth as patients and technology companies are. Indeed, a PwC study shows the majority of doctors say the business model has yet to be proven and cite technology and systemic issues as the greatest barrier to progress despite the continued growth of solutions and services.

St. Joseph Mercy Goes Wireless

8/16/2012
St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor, a Michigan hospital, has modernized its technology with the aim of having seamless mobile service

Distracted Driving: A Growing Risk for the Enterprise

8/13/2012
The financial cost of accidents from driving while using a mobile device is estimated to be $43 billion. Of that, an increasing amount is being charged to businesses as the liability of mobile workforces is only barely being managed through policies.
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