This article describes the savings our clients have gotten by using the BlueFletch Enterprise Launcher. The data for this post is based on one specific retailer that we recently helped roll out thousands of new devices. The cost savings we have seen across different retailers ranges based on factors such as shifts, apps, and usage patterns.
Is your organization rolling out a new Android devices or replacing legacy devices with updated hardware? If so, check out our latest whitepaper where we highlight 10 fundamental steps that will ensure a smooth and successful transition into modern mobility.
Our team reviewed the Memor 20 Device from Datalogic.
Passwords – the bain of users and help desks everywhere If you’ve ever spent time working as a help desk support engineer, you know that
Enterprises are moving to Android. Over that last nine years, Android has gone from being perceived as a “cheap half-baked mobile platform” to being the
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Read why we usually end up advising most clients to go with rugged Android over iOS after running device evaluations and pilots.
I recently had the opportunity to participate in Zebra’s Developer podcast hosted by Dan Quagliana and Mark Jolley from Zebra. I spoke a bit about some of our experiences dealing with deploying Software and OS Patches on Android devices in the Enterprise. Here are some of the highlights and notes from the questions that I covered during the discussion.
I recently stopped by the Elliot Bay Book Store in Seattle and was impressed with the amount of personal reviews their team had hand-written for book titles. I ended up picking up a lot more books than I would have at a regular book store where I would browse covers or spines of books. In this era of fake internet product reviews, it was refreshing to see a handwritten review from someone who read the text… additionally some of the reviews got a good chuckle out of me (see below). Could this well executed strategy of telling stories about products be applied to more than just a bookstore?
Lots of buttons means it’s awesome… right? I had a recent Uber ride in a Ford Explorer and was incredibly overwhelmed by the quantity of