Industrial Tablets vs Off-the-Shelf in the Field

Since 2010, Apple has seen tremendous success after the corporation released it's first iPad tablet, launching a new market and being the trendsetter in a new line of mobile technology products. As recent as 2016, Apple's global market share has reached 25 percent for tablets, leading Samsung by…


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Extending the Life of Medical Equipment with Medical Grade PCs

The IT challenges and needs for a healthcare facility are far different than those of a traditional enterprise. Mobility, EMR compatibility, 24/7 operability as well as the need to mitigate the transfer of germs and disease must all be factored in. But even within the healthcare space, needs can…


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Multiple Hardware Vendors vs 1—Weighing the Pros and Cons of Both Approaches

In a business setting, it's not always clear what the best decisions are. Discounts often drive who is chosen for hardware implementation. Unfortunately for many, the largest discount might mean the fattest payout in the long run, and it's the clairvoyance IT professionals need to see how extensive…


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4 Reasons Why All-in-One Space Saving Computers are Best for the Enterprise Setting

The enterprise setting is not easily defined; multiple dictionaries define the enterprise as merely a business organization, a particular project, a systematic, purposeful activity, or other generic definitions. That doesn't define how an enterprise functions. It may function as a handful of…


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3 Reasons Why End of Life Matters for Medical Equipment Manufacturers

The end of life (EoL) or PC life cycle is an important topic in the medical device manufacturing world. A PC life cycle can be defined as a cycle that describes the usefulness of a desktop or laptop computer to an agency, from its initial acquisition through its ultimate disposal—a fitting…


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3 Reasons Why Industrial Grade Components Matter in a Manufacturing Setting

A computer's build is just as important as its function; without sufficient industrial grade components for a particular setting, a computer's TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) could be higher than expected. That's an important consideration on customization for a full corporation project—how should a…


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3 Ways Patient Infotainment is Improving Patient Health

Credence Research, a worldwide market research and counseling firm, reports that increasing demands across the US, UK, and other nations for patient infotainment systems have prompted large investments from hospitals, making patient infotainment one of the largest markets in the world. The last…


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How Companies are Automating the Warehouse with Industrial Tablets

Now that eCommerce has blossomed into the giant industry it is today, online retailers find automation is a more pressing need. Supply Chain Brief reports that Amazon hired over 120,000 workers one holiday season just to fulfill the influx of online orders—not a light expense! Automating the…


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How Two-Factor Authentication is a Small-Scale Standard for Protecting Information

This year is no stranger to cyber-security attacks. One need only to refer to the Equifax data leak to recall security mishaps or the ransomware culprit "WannaCry" that holds protected information "ransom" unless victims pay to have the compromised files released. These and other attacks hit…


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For Medical Device Manufacturers, Compliance Can Hinge on your Technology Partner

There are constant revisions to compliance in the medical field; Wikipedia cites that the FDA recently released several regulations to medical devices and how they handle sensitive patient data. Cleanliness, compatibility, safety, and cyber-security standards are ever-changing. It can be maddening…


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