In the Field

How to Save $875K in the Field

5/8/2014
Research from Honeywell revealed that improving workflow processes saves time per tech per day, which adds up to huge potential money savings as well.

Wearables at Work

4/22/2014
It’s still early days for wearable tech, but forward-thinking enterprises are already contemplating the pros and cons, even if mass enterprise deployments may be a few years away.

4 Steps to Minimize Distracted Driving

4/21/2014
It’s a growing pressure for workers to stay constantly connected, but texting takes a driver’s eyes off the road for an average of 4.6 seconds, according to Virginia Tech Transportation Institute. At 55 mph this is equivalent of driving the length of a football field with eyes closed.

Labeling Goes Mobile and Industrial

4/14/2014
Brother Mobile Solutions has launched a more rugged version of its well-known device—the P-touch EDGE PT-E550W is a wireless handheld for the field.

Dell Streamlines BYOD

4/2/2014
With the Secure Mobile Access solution, administrators can authorize business critical apps via a per-user, per-device policy, and prohibit corporate data communications between personal apps.

Redefining Rugged Tablets

3/25/2014
Motion's R12 Rugged Platform pairs a 12.5-inch tablet with multiple accessories to extend the usability and business case of this field-friendly computing device.

Developing a Culture of Mobility

3/7/2014
Dean Doige, CIO at Clark Builders, and member of the National Board of the CIO Association of Canada, talks about out how he utilized mobile technology to enable workers in the field and about his ongoing enterprise-wide strategy.

Apple Addresses Distracted Driving

3/4/2014
While the industry was at MWC last week, Apple sat out and Tim Cook reportedly teased shareholders at the annual meeting about the lack of new products, but then released one for eyes-free smartphone use in the car.
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