Two Technologies' ultra-rugged hand held computer works long hours in harsh environments.
Dexterra's patent-pending mobile security solution prevents "replay" attacks by authenticating both the user's identity and their mobile device before granting network access. In order to break in, a hacker would have to possess the mobile user's identity as well as their device.
Initiative between Grameen Bank and Obopay will use mobile technology to bring banking services to third world countries.
Panasonic teams with Brother International on wireless mobile printing solutions for field service.
TeleNav Track's wireless timecard feature helps residential remodeling company to increase billing accuracy and save on fuel costs during economic slowdown.
When windshield replacement specialist Safelite AutoGlass decided to take its field service operation paperless, there was one piece of paper that was important to keep around: printed receipts for on-site payments.
For less-than-truckload freight hauler Old Dominion, measured mobility steps and steady change continue to drive profit.
Honeywell's Dolphin 9900 rugged handheld computer features Adaptus Imaging Technology for barcode scanning and picture taking,
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.