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Rugged Tablets for Enterprise: A Realistic Overview

By Supply Chain Services
April 26, 2012

With all the hype around tablet computers, you may be wondering if and how a tablet computer fits within your business. Can a tablet computer really meet the unique challenges of your business applications? DAP Technologies and Supply Chain Services, leaders in the rugged mobile computing market, discuss the truth about tablets for enterprise in the white paper:
Rugged Tablets for Enterprise: A Realistic Overview.

This white paper discusses:

  • Trends in mobile computing technology such as ZigBee and Wireless USB, and what part these technologies will play in your business.

  • Benefits of the tablet form factor and why a rugged tablet makes sense for supply chain, field service, and transportation applications.

  • Factors to consider to future-proof your mobile technology investment.

Download this white paper to see the real story about tablets for enterprise.

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