It’s no secret that today’s manufacturing landscape is in the midst of global upheaval. What may seem surprising to some is that the tablet is poised to become every smart manufacturer’s secret weapon in the battle to regain dominance and market share.
When Mark Rankin needs to review specifications and plans before a construction project starts, he doesn’t reach for a stack of blueprints, flip through a binder, or even wait for his laptop to boot up. He reaches for his iPad.
Who says you can’t teach businesses a new thing or two about streamlining costs using tablet computers? Executives at West Paw Design say deploying the iPad in their business allows them to innovate on their eco-friendly pet products while saving hundreds of thousands in operational costs each year.
System integrator Transoft expects an increasing number of companies to get their legacy systems to play nicer with their business mobile applications next year, but claims that many of these firms are still figuring out what to do with smartphones and tablets.
Airport food and beverage operator OTG has already deployed a thousand iPad-based kiosks at restaurants in New York’s JFK International and LaGuardia and plans to grow that number to 7,000 by the end of 2013 with additional deployments planned for Minneapolis-St. Paul International and Toronto Pearson International airports.
Your email is out of control. Folders can help, but managing yet another filing system is cumbersome—and takes time. SaneBox automatically filters your messages, moving less important stuff to the side, and making sure your important messages stay front and center.
Most database forms are rarely glamorous or good-looking, but that’s a view which Apple subsidiary FileMaker is hoping to change with its latest database software, FileMaker 12, which launched yesterday. Here's a closer look.
TabTimes spoke to Peter Marsh, EVP of Global Product Management at software provider Atex, to shed light on the firm’s Tablet Publishing suite, and to understand the current state of tablet advertising and news aggregation.
This whitepaper profiles the Panasonic Toughpad, and how its unique and durable features, combined with mobile business solutions, are allowing field workers in rugged conditions to get more done: view it now.
In the world of rugged mobile devices, words like MIL-STD and IP ratings are frequently used without explanation. This whitepaper will help you navigate the terms and acronyms so you can make informed decisions: view it now.