For less-than-truckload freight hauler Old Dominion, measured mobility steps and steady change continue to drive profit.
Enterprises engaged in complex service work reap benefits from heavy-duty computing devices
The rugged MC75, Motorola's successor to its popular MC70 enterprise digital assistant, offers high-speed access to voice and data with support for 3G networks based on HSDPA and CDMA-EVDO (Rev A) standards.
Panasonic's ToughBook CF-U1 is a rugged ultra mobile PC (UMPC) designed for field workers in harsh environments.
The 2te represents the 8th generation of the industry-leading microFlash family and has been designed to be the smallest, highest performance and most reliable printer available for mobile applications, according to O'Neil.
A Mobile VPN enables clinicians at the Visiting Nurse Service of New York to have quick, reliable access to data wherever they are in the field.
Largest Florida Social Service Agency Rolls out Dragon NaturallySpeaking Professional Edition to 1,600 Field Agents to Create Case Reports Quickly and Easily, Simply by Speaking
New phones and TeleNav Track(tm) mobile resource management service give county social workers an arsenal of tools in one hand-held device
The U.S. Air Force, facing the ever-present challenge of sharing, recording and accessing Internet-based information from remote locations, is relying on a highly functional, affordable and portable solution from D-Link, an end-to-end provider of computer networking solutions for government and business organizations as well as consumers.
Manufacturer of award-winning Toughbook notebook computers introduces the first rugged UMPC equipped with the Intel Atom processor; Reinvention of handheld computing pushes the benefits of enterprise mobile and wireless technology to new frontiers