A Practical Approach to Wireless 2.0

Creating "Wireless 2.0" is a tall order given the breadth of client and application types, the demands of voice and video, the speed and complexity of 802.11n, high-density environments, etc. Controller-based vendors are not delivering on their promises of Ethernet-like determinism, so this whitepaper defines how the next generation of Wi-Fi infrastructure will address performance, reliability, scalability, security, and deployment flexibility using a controller-less architecture.

In-Car Cellular Signal Boosters

No doubt you have experienced a dropped call or had your data rate slow to virtually no data access while using your cellular phone or data card in your car. In this white paper by Andrew Seybold and Robert O'Hara, he offers the solution: Cellular signal boosters from Wilson Electronics.

Field Service Mobility Best Practices: Leading Companies Realize 20 Percent Productivity Gains With A Mobile VPN

Learn how Unilever, Continental Airlines, Cox Communications and more than 1700 other organizations use mobile VPN best practices to ensure that workers get connected and stay connected while changing networks or locations throughout their day. Eliminate application crashes, secure sensitive data, reduce related IT trouble tickets and improve service delivery for an exceptional customer experience.

How Mobile Printing Enhances Efficiency in Route Accounting and DSD

Automating route activity provides benefits both in the field and in the office by reducing the labor and time needed to enter data and process paperwork, cutting inventory errors, and by helping drivers record orders and deliveries more quickly. Mobile printing provides a series of quality improvements and timesaving benefits that are often overlooked in route automation, but can have a significant impact on the bottom line.

Six Steps to Protecting Your Organization from Outbound Content Leaks

Email, instant messaging, Twitter, Facebook, and smartphones are incredibly useful and dangerous, representing an enormous risk because they allow sensitive, confidential or inappropriate content out of an organization. As a result, appropriate oversight and policies must be established to help employees understand how and when these tools should be used. Learn the 6 steps to protecting your organization.

Looking Beyond Acquisition: Total Cost of Ownership and the Role of Enterprise-Class Devices

With their higher failure and replacement rates, consumer-grade mobility devices for field service operations can come at a hefty cost. Learn how adopting rugged, enterprise-class devices can improve performance and deliver clear-cut total cost advantages, including stronger support for enterprise-level security; higher productivity and opportunity for revenue; and more efficient device management.

Proactive IT Service Management (ITSM) for Enterprise BlackBerry & iPhone: A How To Guide for Mobilizing Your Workforce

Mobility has moved beyond being a simple extension of enterprise messaging systems, to a platform designed to drive top-line revenue and competitive advantage. This White Paper discusses how IT can use ITSM principles to best serve C-Suite and departmental heads eager to mobilize their workers and the business. Includes the critical success factors (CSFs) and key performance indicators (KPIs) behind all effective ITSM for mobility plans. Learn how to deliver reliable mobile IT Services at the lowest cost and risk while driving continuous improvement.

Distracted Driving - Understanding Your Business Risk and Liability

Mobile phones are critical to modern business productivity. However, used while driving, mobile phones pose a serious danger to employees and an expensive liability to companies. Authored by ZoomSafer, the leading provider of innovative software to prevent distracted driving, this white paper documents the enormous liability faced by businesses who fail to implement and adequately enforce employee safe driving policies.
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From Mobile First to Mobile Productivity

Logic would lead to the conclusion that utilizing a mobile first strategy—designing experiences for mobile devices and processes, with the mobile user in mind—would automatically lead to mobile productivity, but that is not the reality. Here are the critical things needed to take mobile productivity to the next level.