TECH SPOTLIGHT

5 Reasons to Choose Rugged over Consumer

8/27/2012
While consumer devices appear to be less expensive than their rugged counterparts, total cost of ownership — functionality, product/platform life span, carrier cost — must be considered before choosing.

Top 5 Myths About Building an App

8/20/2012
Because of the rapid evolution of mobile devices and OS’s, there are many common misconceptions about building an app in the enterprise.

BYOD Checklist: Who is Responsible for What?

8/10/2012
What if a personal device being used for work is lost or stolen? What happens to the data? Who pays for it? The enterprise and employees alike must consider liability, policies and procedures before allowing BYOD.

Utilizing Tablets for Sales and Beyond

8/2/2012
While sales professionals have been slow to embrace mobile technology, tablets are gaining traction among the sales force, and IT is starting to catch on as well.

Rugged Computers Evolve for the Future

7/27/2012
Jerker Hellström, CEO of Handheld Group, discusses the evolution of rugged devices and their use in the enterprise - which now includes use in ordinary offices.

The Rise of the Mobile Center of Excellence

6/29/2012
Despite the rapid adoption of mobile, creating an effective enterprise mobility strategy hasn’t been easy for many companies. Today’s CIO is tasked with often conflicting, sometimes redundant, mobile projects that have sprung up within individual business units. Establishing a Mobile enter of Excellence will help.
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