|Striking It Rich
April 1, 2006
To great success, a gas and oil management company has automated its other natural resource—its employees.
- By Adam Brickman
February 01, 2006
Company X is a package delivery company. To remain competitive, it not only needs to ensure accurate, on-time deliveries but also provide its customers with real-time information about delivery status.
|On the Right Road
The transportation industry takes mobile technology to the highway.
|Safety in Numbers
Greater focus on security and an increase in funding are sparking new, and higher-tech, public safety initiatives.
|Lighting the Way
Lighting the Way
A new field service solution helps ESA’s electrical safety inspectors increase productivity while boosting morale.
|Location, Location, Location!
GPS and GIS help provide more than just coordinates for the mobile enterprise.
Two coasts use one solution for more efficient fieldwork.
|MVNO a No No?
Do MVNOs make sense for enterprise deployments?
|All In a Day’s Work
Safelite’s well-equipped techs offer at-your-office service.
|Acts of Utility
Friday, July 01, 2005
In an industry where service is paramount, the heat is on to up performance.
|High Seas Service
Reception out on the big drink changes the way a company communicates.
Closing the scheduling loop on field force automation.
When you need to print in the field, you’ve no choice but to carry a printer. Luckily, today’s mobile printer choices abound.
|The Newer “New Guy”
Maytag’s Lonely Repairman has a new tool in his (mostly unused) toolkit.
|The Softer Side of Rugged
Traditionally employed for their rough-
and-tumble exteriors, rugged laptops
are beginning to show a more
|Rugged to the Rescue
Ready to handle rain, snow, rough handling
|Building Better Wireless
There’s a new breed of nuts and bolts in the construction industry’s toolkit today.
|The “Cool” Factor
When purchasing hardware devices, “cool” can go way beyond first impressions.
A telecommunications company finds a high-speed solution to success.
|Reaching New Heights
Long lines, lost luggage, delayed flights and bomb scares. Such are the hurdles of the modern airport. Behind the scenes, however, mobile and wireless technology is working to minimize them. Moving cargo and passengers through the airport in a timely and efficient manner while tracking them from arrival through departure is one of the key applications of mobile technology in the airline industry. Few passengers even realize this is happening, but it’s precisely what they don’t see that benefits them the most.