With a growing events schedule, the Fun Center wanted to generate paper tickets on demand. The facility initially tried printers from a leading provider, but poor support and slow turnaround times left the company looking for other options.
Millions of American workers are setting up the office wherever and whenever they can find an internet connection. But what devices do they use and who owns them? Are workers being reimbursed, and if so, for how much? Are there security risks?
This quarterly report of enterprise mobility practices is based on aggregate data from Citrix customers who have deployed enterprise mobility management in the cloud.
Sears needed an integrated total solution to meet its retail distribution bar-code labeling needs. To keep distribution lines flowing, it was mission-critical that Sears implement a solution ensuring 100-percent bar code accuracy. By Printronix Inc.
Gerawan Farms was experiencing a bottleneck at the tallying of packed boxes out in the fields, with data being recorded manually on paper, and then later entered into the host application.
This white paper from Honeywell examines the strengths and weaknesses of the different connectivity options both inside and outside the four walls. It looks at 802.11, WWAN, and Satellite.
Planet Aid is a non-profit organization headquartered in Massachusetts dedicated to improving the lives of people in developing countries through its clothing collection and recycling program across the United States.
The ability to remotely manage an install base of devices running the Android™ OS is the foundation of Honeywell’s approach to solving the associated business concerns. Currently, there are multiple third party companies that focus on building remote management and security solutions for Android™.
This case study from Brother Mobile Solutions takes a look at Auto-Chlor System, a market leader in the production, service, and maintenance of commercial dishwashing machines as aging printers in their service vehicles began to require more resources and maintenance budget while hindering delivery driver efficiency.
Midwest CareCenter has a staff of nearly 300 professionals that work to deliver medical and hospice care to a broad network of patients at numerous locations. Midwest CareCenter operates a large clinical workforce with complex route considerations and mobile printing has become a major part of their compliance, patient safety, and education process.