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  1. Delivering On Transportation & Logistics Operations Needs. Today And Tomorrow.
    3/25/2014

    As customers’ demands constantly evolve, transportation and logistics (T&L) operations are being put under growing pressure to offer more efficient delivery services, while not compromising on customer service. Using the findings from a 2013 research survey conducted among transport and logistics managers around the world, this report explores how a combination of mobile technology implementations for mobile workers, and process re-engineering efforts can elevate operations to the next level.

  2. Does HTML5 Make Sense For Mobile Enterprise Applications?
    3/25/2014

    Web applications were originally considered inappropriate for mobile enterprise applications because of their inability to work offline, and the generally superior performance of native apps that were developed for specific operating systems and mobile devices. HTML5 and the rapidly changing enterprise mobile computing ecosystem are changing that. Now that there are HTML5-based field service, ERP and other enterprise software packages on the market, the growth in BYOD and cloud computing environments is leading more ISVs to create HTML5 applications, and the number of mobile devices with HTML5 browser support is projected to nearly double in 2013.

  3. Operating System Strategy For Mobile Computers
    3/18/2014

    This paper will discuss the major operating system environments for mobile computers and Intermec’s strategy to serve customer needs with each. The scope of this discussion is limited to operating systems used on handheld computers and does not address strategy for larger form factor devices such as Vehicle Mount computers. This paper is intended as an introduction and overview to the various technologies discussed; many online resources are available for further technical information.

  4. 8 Mobile Computer Must-Haves Your Customers Can’t Do Without
    3/4/2014

    You knew this day would come. Your customers' need for greater mobility and advanced applications has moved from a nice to have to a critical business requirement. Their legacy systems can’t keep up with rapidly evolving customer, technology and business demands. Inefficiencies are costing them time and money. From the front office to the distribution center and all points in between, mobile technology creates the foundation on which successful, profitable businesses are now built. And the time to invest is now.

  5. Reasons VARs Should Consider Tapping Into Big Data
    12/3/2013

    Tom Berarducci of Zebra Technologies tells why VARs should consider business opportunities related to Big Data.

  6. Teamwork, Persistence Pay Off In Deal To Install Inventory-Management Solution
    5/30/2013

    It was the deal that almost got away. A department store chain in the New York metro area had decided to buy inventory-tracking handheld computers from a competitor of systems integrator tekservePOS. But through teamwork with data-capture solutions vendor CipherLab and multiple meetings with the customer, tekservePOS persuaded the retailer to change course. The result was a $100,000 installation to manage inventory processes at the retailer’s 100 locations.

  7. Can Enterprises Trust The Cloud?
    5/2/2013

    Despite the growing popularity of SaaS and its undeniable business benefits, one out of every four companies wouldn’t dream of turning to the cloud for anything – much less mission-critical functions.

  8. World Vision's LMMS Advances Aid With Intermec CN50, FieldWorker
    5/2/2013

    World Vision, a global Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, their families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice throughout the world, administers aid distributions to approximately 12-15 million people each year through relief assistance.

  9. Rochester Police Department Cuts Crime By 80% With Help From Serverless Computing
    4/15/2013

    Rochester Police Department cuts crime by 80% with help from Pivot3 serverless computing.

  10. Steering The Way To More Reliable Storage For In-Car Video Systems
    4/15/2013

    Placer County purchased three Pivot3 DataBanks with 36 terabytes of capacity. The DataBanks reside in a single rack, together with two switches and a server running the Pivot3 storage management software.

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