Mobile Tools of the Month March 2014

— March 06, 2014

Ranger XPro
This multi-touch device by XPlore now runs Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean), giving users access to thousands of enterprise apps through Google Play. Engineered to support glove touch capability, which improves safety and usability in the field, the RangerX Pro is certified rugged, holding both IP65 and MIL-STD 810G ratings.

Nuheat Signature
Scheduled to launch in May 2014, the Signature allows users to control floor-heating thermostats from an app on iOS or Android smartphones. Designed for the building industry, the new device is 802.11 b/g/n compatible and displays hourly, weekly and monthly usage from the thermostat unit.

Puku S8 Charger
Providing three to five full charges, Puku is compatible with Android and iOS smartphones, tablets, and handheld devices that charge via USB. It has a compact, minimalist, design and fashionable colors, and was developed by two New York-based entrepreneurs after Hurricane Sandy left thousands powerless.

Signal Booster
Designed to fill in the gaps in coverage, the DT4G by Wilson Electronics is a signal booster for all cellular devices and carriers. It improves voice and data signal strength indoors on 4G, 3G and 2G networks in the U.S. (except Clearwire), and accommodates multiple users, across multiple carriers simultaneously.

TC55 Touch Computer
The Motorola Solutions TC55 touch computer is designed for field service, merchandising and direct store delivery. It capitalizes on the latest appeal of consumer-grade devices, while offering integrated, enterprise-class data capture capabilities and a design that can withstand industrial environments.

Tablet Security
The CT50 and CT100 by InVue provide tough, simple security for tablets in a wide range of business activities. Common use cases: unattended informational kiosks, mobile point-of-sale solutions and digital signage. The CT50 is a mechanical solution while the CT100 is an alarming version and part of InVue’s IR Ecosystem.

Lap Log
Designed to make the use of iPads and similar devices a more comfortable experience, the Lap Log tablet holder allows users to adjust the device angle for better viewing. Its “bean bag” design is made from all natural buckwheat hulls and provides for a stable platform on almost any surface.


ISEC7 Mobile Exchange Delegate
Access mail, calendar and contacts on the Exchange Server from a BlackBerry device. (For client to work properly, the BlackBerry must connect to the Exchange WebService and delegate permissions granted.)

ZD Remote Control
App gives IT administrators the ability to remotely
manage, monitor and configure Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi LANs, simplifying the maintenance of routine and frequent tasks by enabling these from a single
mobile device.

Mobile Heartbeat CURE
Standing for “Clinical Urgent Response” provides
secure, single smartphone access to all clinical
communications, pertinent patient information and lab data. In addition, team members can see the availability of other team members at all times.

Small Biz Today
App helps small business owners connect to
resources to grow their companies, get updates on legislation and regulations that affect them and have direct access to money-saving products and services.

Schedule It Go
Take scheduling out of the office and provide
employees 24/7 remote and offline access through an iPhone, iPad, Android or Windows phone. Organize tasks, appointments, training
courses, attendance, and other activity.


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