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  1. Five Tips For Selecting The Best Mobile Printer

    Mobile printers have proven that they can increase productivity, reduce operating costs, improve cash flow and revenues, and enhance customer retention in a competitive market.

  2. WFM Of The Future

    Your time clocks might just keep ticking, but the future of WFM hardware is in open architecture, highly configurable, application-driven terminals like Accu-Time’s new Universal Series.

  3. MobileDemand And PeopleNet Streamline Operations For Heniff Transporation Systems Saving Them $1m+ Per Year

    This case study from MobileDemand takes a look at Heniff Transportation Systems, one of the top 20 liquid bulk carriers in the United States. Heniff is experiencing problems with the older fixed mounted fleet management system they utilize for onboard computing and mobile communications.

  4. Smartphones As Bar Code Scanners? Not So Fast.

    This white paper from Datalogic ADC discusses the introduction of digital imaging technology and the spread of smartphones which has led to the use of these consumer devices in data capture.

  5. Power Monitoring 101

    Data center managers have a lot to keep them awake at night. The servers that once could be powered for say, $4,800 a year are now consuming $28,000 or more in energy a year. Power now represents the single largest component of operating cost. Yet, rarely is energy as closely managed as it should be.

    By Jim Tessier and Ed Spears, product managers, Eaton Electrical Power Quality Division

  6. Utilities And Mobile Computing: Leveraging Real-Time Visibility To Drive Customer Engagement

    This white paper from Motion Computing covers the need in this service-driven economy to strategically equip frontline workers with mobile solutions to streamline performance and drive customer interactions according to a study from VDC Research Group.

  7. Logistics And Transportation Need Rugged Tablet PCs

    From passenger services to commodities transport, transportation and logistics organizations require devices that confront all-weather conditions, perform in airspace or on back roads, provide GPS location and sustain long-term battery power.

  8. Just The Ticket - Sand Springs Police Department Implements Handheld Mobile Computers To Improve Officer Productivity And Safety

    To serve and protect is just one of the many things the Sand Springs Police Department (SSPD) is tasked with on a daily basis. As the department’s officers report to work each day, citations are just one of the many ways they keep their population of 19,000 safe.

  9. Automating The Fleet - Earhart Petroleum Improves Visibility Into Its Fleet Operations With Vehicle Mount Computers And Rugged Handhelds

    Earhart Petroleum had several goals they hoped to achieve as a result of the technology investment. They looked to improve delivery efficiency (as measured by gallons delivered per truck/per day) by 20 percent, minimize inventory shrinkage, reduce staff overtime and improve invoice turnaround time by three business days.

  10. Five Things To Consider When Using Tablet Computers In Forklift Applications

    This white paper reviews some of the important differences between tablets and purpose-built computers for forklifts, and presents the five key issues that must be considered when assessing tablet computers for forklift operators.