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Two leading Brands. One company. One State. One Boss.

Mar 20, 2017 • FeaturesHardwareMark Holleranmotion computingXplore Technologieshardwarerugged tablets

The term closest competitors could have been coined for Xplore Technologies and Motion Computing. Whilst they both competed in the niche market place of rugged computing, physically they were even closer - both being based on the same stretch of...

Rugged country: Motion and Xplore join forces

Aug 21, 2015 • FeaturesHardwaremotion computingXplore TechnologieshardwareInterviewRugged computersrugged tablets

Texas is home to two of the biggest names in rugged computing and earlier this year they came together when Xplore Technologies acquired Motion Computing. It's good news for field service companies, says Ian Davies, Country Manager, Northern...

Xplore Technologies expands UK portfolio with Motion Computing acquisition

Jul 20, 2015 • HardwareNewsmotion computingXplore Technologieshardwarerugged tabletultra-rugged tablet pcs

Xplore Technologies Corporation, the rugged tablet computer manufacturer, has expanded its presence in the UK with the acquisition of Motion Computing Inc. and its subsidiaries. The acquisition broadens Xplore's product portfolio to encompass...

Taking the tablets, saving lives.

Jul 07, 2015 • Newsambulance servicesmotion computingrugged tabletstablet computers

The Danish Ambulance service is to deploy almost 600 Motion C5 tablet computers as part of an innovative “Intelligent Ambulance” project that has been proven to save lives, Xplore Technologies Corporation has announced. The C5 units, which will...

Hands on: Motion F5m rugged tablet

Jun 29, 2015 • FeaturesHardwaremotion computinghardwarerugged tablets

The debate around which devices are best suited to a field service engineer is a long, complex and ever changing one...

Too much of a good thing? The dangers of excessive protection for rugged tablet PCs

Apr 01, 2015 • FeaturesHardwaremotion computinghardwarerugged

Motion Computing's Ian Davies asks whether we can get too obsessed with specs when it comes to selecting a rugged device and why it's important to get the balance right...

What is in a name? Part 2: The hallmarks of field service

Feb 23, 2015 • FeaturesHardwaremotion computinghardwareian davies

Motion Computing's Ian Davies returns to the question of what defines field service...

Of horses and carts - ruggedness and reliability in tablet PC selection in the utilities sector

Oct 30, 2014 • FeaturesHardwaremotion computing

Recent independent research conducted by VDC found that the top criteria for evaluating mobile devices to support applications in the utilities sector are reliability / quality. Ian Davies of Motion Computing explains more...

What is in a name? Field service management vs. enterprise mobility

Jul 22, 2014 • FeaturesHardwaremobile enterprise managementmotion computinghardware

It is practically a given in technology that for every new trend, application and problem solved, somebody somewhere will coin a name to label the solution and market beyond its original boundaries. But this is more than just a matter of...

Damages must be paid for: why it pays to opt for ruggedised tablets

May 27, 2014 • FeaturesHardwaremotion computinghardwareian daviesrugged

Motion Computing's Ian Davies looks at the true value of rugged computing and why going for the cheaper option is a false economy...

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