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The importance of testing rugged devices in your business’ environment

Buying rugged devices means investing in reliable IT equipment that improves a business’s daily operations and productivity. To achieve that, an important step to take before buying is testing the units in the working environment they will be used in. Trying out the devices ensures that you get a solution tailored to each specific business condition in your workplace. Christian Funk, Director Business Development at JLT Mobile Computers explains more.  

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GMS vs. NON-GMS and other Android topics

Richard Andersen, JLT Development Engineer

Interested in the Android realm but not sure what’s best? Watch our free webinar on topics such as GMS vs. NON-GMS, learn about the new JLT6012A and why you should care, and hear the answers to some common Android questions answered directly by a JLT rugged product development engineer.

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Getting the most from your rugged computers

Matt Meersman talking about increasing productivity with rugged computers

How to buy the best for your business: The right rugged computers will help you tackle your business challenges, boost workforce productivity and fulfil your objectives. But how do you make sure you get the optimal rugged computers for your business? In this webinar, Matt Meersman, VP of sales Americas at JLT Mobile Computers, will…

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What to consider when migrating your rugged IT to Android

Android rugged vehicle mount tablets JLT Mobile Computers

More and more companies within the industrial space are looking into the possibilities of choosing Android OS for their rugged devices. But when is it the right move to make? Let’s take a closer look at some of the main considerations before and during the process of going Android. End-of-life for Windows OS – opportunity…

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Buying rugged computers – five ways to get it right

Buying rugged computers – five ways to get it right

Ever bought a shirt in a rush and regretted it later? You bought it from the nearest store because it was cheap and easy. But later you realise it doesn’t suit you, it’s too big and it’s made from cheap fabric. It’s a suboptimal shirt. Well, it’s the same when you purchase a piece of…

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Common mistakes in rugged computer RFPs

Common mistakes in rugged computer RFPs

RFPs are designed to result in the most cost-competitive solution for a business. However, sometimes an ineffective process can lead to ineffective solutions. In this blog, we’ll look at three ways RFP processes can fail – planning, documentation and decision criteria. Pitfall one – insufficient or bad planning You need to put out a RFP…

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Choose the right supplier for reliable rugged computers in ports

Port container terminals keep the world’s supply chain moving. Each one is a carefully choreographed operation and any chink in their armor or break in the chain can cause costly delays and unhappy customers. Ports depend on reliability, especially from their rugged computers. How reliable rugged computers boost productivity Unreliable rugged computers can lead to…

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Windows versus Android – the battle of the OS

Rugged computers generally come with one of two operating systems (OS) – Windows or Android. But it’s not a case of choosing one or the other for your operation. Each has their place in a warehouse. So, what do you use when? Experience is your guide You probably use a laptop for the bulk of…

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Choose the right solution provider

Today we base our purchasing decisions on much more than just the product. A list of features is no longer enough to convince us to buy. Discover some key questions you should ask rugged manufacturers to find the right one for your business in this short video with Eric Miller, CEO of JLT USA.

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What to think about before you buy new rugged computers

Buying rugged computers, whether it’s your first step into digitalization or you’re upgrading your current solution, is often a big decision and a significant investment. It’s not like buying a pair of socks – you grab the first pair and you’re done. You need to plan.   I’ve been in the computer business for over…

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