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Research report: Consumer versus rugged (part one)

Apr 28, 2016 • FeaturesHardwareResearchXplore Technologieshardwarerugged

In our latest research project we’ve teamed up with rugged tablet manufacturer Xplore Technologies to find out what are the tools field service companies are investing in to ensure that they are giving their field service engineers every chance...

Getac unveils next-generation S400 notebook

Apr 20, 2016 • HardwareNewsMobile computersGetacruggedrugged notebook

Getac's new-generation S400 series notebook has the footprint of a business notebook, the features of a full-rugged device and incorporates Intel's latest Skylake micro-architecture to boost performance.

Fit for purpose: Editorial Leader - Field Service News issue 11

Apr 19, 2016 • FeaturesHardwareMagazine (digital editions)resourcesDigital IssueruggedSLAsoftware and apps

Field Service News Editor-in-Chief Kris Oldland looks asks whether too many field service companies are taking the easier short term options that will ultimately lead to greater costs in the longer term...

CUSTOM FIT MOBILITY TOOLS TRANSFORM FIELD SERVICE WORKER EFFICIENCY

Mar 09, 2016 • FeaturesHardwarefuture of field serviceZebra Technologiescloudfield service management

Wider access to custom-fit mobility tools is driving new efficiencies for field service workers, says  Alison Clark,  Product Manager  for RhoMobile Suite, the app development platform from Zebra Technologies.

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 Hands On: Janam XM5 rugged handheld computer

Mar 03, 2016 • FeaturesHardwarehands onreviewjanamrugged

Enabling our field engineers with the right tools for the job is critical to success for any field service organisation. To help you find the right device for your mobile workers, Field Service News is road-testing a number of the leading devices...

Rugged Decoded: Is rugged always the best option?

Feb 10, 2016 • FeaturesHardwarefit-for-purposeruggedRugged DecodedTCO

In this new series we’ll be exploring mobile device specifications, helping organisations decide what’s essential for their field service operations and what’s “nice-to-have-but-not-critical”. In this first article, we ask: is rugged best?

TALKING TOUGH: FOCUS ON TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP

Jan 28, 2016 • FeaturesHardwareConsumerisation of ITGetachardwarerugged mobile devicesTotal Cost of Ownership

Field service companies tempted by low-priced consumer mobile devices should focus on Total Cost of Ownership, says Peter Molyneux, UK President, Getac, the  rugged laptop, tablets and handheld manufacturer.

HANDS ON: XPLORE TECHNOLOGIES XSLATE B10

Jan 06, 2016 • FeaturesHardwareXplore TechnologiesBobcathardwarerugged tablets

Next up in our Hands On series reviewing some of the  key contenders in the rugged device sector is Xplore Technologies’ X Slate B10 rugged tablet.

GETAC unveils rugged convertible notebook

Dec 16, 2015 • HardwareNewsGetachardwareRugged computers

Getac, the rugged device manufacturer, has released the V110  computer which can be used as a conventional notebook or as a tablet. 

Hands On: Xplore Bobcat rugged tablet review

Nov 09, 2015 • FeaturesHardwarereviewhardwarerugged tablets

As we continue our new series reviewing some of the key rugged hardware we now turn our attention to the Xplore’s rugged tablet the Bobcat…

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