Could the difficult challenges we have been forced to deal with in 2020, make us rethink the way we use technology in our work and social lives? Kevin Jones, Managing Director at Panasonic’s Mobile Solutions Business, considers the implications.
To unleash the full potential of mobile computing in business, organisations need applications, as well as devices that meet the needs of the workforce. Fortunately, application development and managing those apps is becoming a lot easier.
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The latest research reports that two thirds of frontline workers experience mobile computing issues each month, which negatively impact their ability to do their jobs - a rise of 16% from last year. So just what can businesses do?
Google says the desire for digital is outpacing reality and many more organisations will be rolling out mobile computing to enable digital transformation. So, it’s been investing heavily in Android Enterprise. Read more about its latest developments
Business uses for rugged mobile computing devices are expanding rapidly and always driven by customer challenges. Panasonic’s Concept in a Day approach shows how much can be quickly achieved when you have design capabilities at your fingertips.
We are about to witness the next big technology inflection point and it’s being driven by AI at the edge of the network. We examine how this exciting innovation might transform mobile computing and applications.