In the Field

Handheld Releases New Algiz 7

9/10/2013
Updated version of the super-rugged tablet is faster than its predecessor, with better storage capacity, improved security and quicker communication capabilities.

Checklist for the Occasionally Connected App

9/2/2013
Enterprise mobility applications must enable users to perform their business functions wherever they may be, whether they're connected or not. Here are four things to consider.

Two Tools for Retailers

8/20/2013
Honeywell releases two new tools for retailers to shorten check out times and make shopping more personalized for customers and store owners.

Managing BYOD in the Field

7/22/2013
Without an MDM solution, and with a mix of iPhones, iPads and Android devices, a food service distributor was having trouble tracking assets and workers.

Ensign Group Selects Aruba Networks

7/16/2013
Healthcare services organization standardizes on Aruba’s controller-based and instant controller-less solutions across its 130+ client locations.

RangerX Tablet is Rugged

7/15/2013
Xplore adds a fully rugged Android tablet to its portfolio. The 2.2 pound, 10.1-inch tablet is ideal for field service applications in industries such as utilities, energy, warehousing, logistics, transportation, military and public safety.
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