Deployments

— May 06, 2013

iOS Platform
St. Joseph Mercy Oakland (SJMO), a 443-bed community and teaching hospital in Michigan, adopted Voalte’s latest generation iPhone. Nurses and clinicians will use the devices with the Voalte’s platform, which combines HD voice call, alarms and text messaging in one for instant communication from anywhere in the hospital.  Jack Weiner, SJMO President and CEO, said the implementation “is one of several initiatives St. Joe’s has undertaken to improve patient safety and quality. This new technology will result in better clinical outcomes and enhance our recognized quality of care for our patients.”  

Android Solution
Waste Management, a North American provider of integrated environmental solutions, approved the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 for a new transportation computing initiative. This device will be used in both full size trucks and smaller vehicles to manage vehicle tracking, route pick up and upsell. Waste Management also now has real-time access to critical data and updates for more productive time in the field, and immediate response  to customer demands.

BlackBerry 10 Suite
The German Procurement Office and Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) has selected Secusmart ‘s SecuSUITE for BlackBerry 10 solution for classified communications for the German government. The Secusmart Security Card meets the requirements of the German government for reliable encryption of the data at rest, secure voice, secure VPN, text messages and browsing, as well as secure access to the Internet.

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