In the Field

Pharma Firm Manages iPads and CRM App with Fiberlink Maas360

5/2/2012
Hawthorn Pharmaceuticals chose the cloud-based solution to eliminate servers, forgo the need of internal staff constantly upgrading software, maintance compliance with industry regulations, and retain a system that can be rapidly distributed to field service employees.

Qualcomm Delivers on Mobile Fleet Management

4/5/2012
Qualcomm's Mobile Computing Platform 50 (aka MCP50) is now available, delivering enhanced mobile fleet management capabilities and ensuring safety regulations compliance is fully met.

New Mobile Applications Are Critical to the Future of Healthcare

3/15/2012
Though it's true that healthcare providers and related businesses such as insurance companies and the pharmaceutical vendors are diving into the use of mobile devices, mobile healthcare apps are still in their infancy - look for that to change quickly.

Doctor Depends on Rugged Tablet to Gather Vital Patient and Community Data

3/15/2012
Dr. R. Dale Walker, a professor of Psychiatry, Public Health and Preventive Medicine as well as the director of the Center for American Indian Education and Research at Oregon Health and Science University and director of the One Sky Center, uses a Motion J3500 Tablet PC to gather enormous amounts of field information.

Constantly Connected

3/12/2012
AT&T deploys a Mobile VPN to increase workforce productivity and drive down field service costs.

Siemens Delivers New OpenScape UC Suite

3/5/2012
Enhancements include greatly improved scalability - enabling up to 500,000 users on a common UC platform, and improved cloud delivery and integration capabilities.
 

The Samsung Galaxy Note - Exceedingly Cool

2/9/2012
It's a small tablet. Or perhaps it is a very, very large mobile phone. In either case, Samsung has delivered a very interesting device that will re-introduce the stylus back into mainstream mobile devices.
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