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September 30, 2013

Acadian Ambulance updates first responders with rugged Motion tablets

Acadian Ambulance, which is headquartered out of Lafayette, Louisiana, announced recently that it is deploying F5t rugged tablet computers from Motion Computing across their fleet for mobile dispatch and electronic patient care recording.

The company’s fleet includes more than 400 ambulances, eight medical transport helicopters and five fixed-wing aircraft. The company and its subsidiaries provide service to a multitude of Louisiana parishes; Jackson County, Mississippi; and parts of Texas. Having a portable patient information system that could stand the rigors of first responders was critical, say Acadian officials.

“When we began looking for an electronic [...]

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September 10, 2012

Boston Children’s Hospital relies on two different tablets to take care of its kids

First up is the prestigious Boston Children's Hospital. This Harvard Medical School teaching affiliate is using tablets for paitent exam reports and to create greater efficiencies.

Talk about a multi-use facility. The Boston Children’s Hospital’s tablet program uses not one, but two different brands of tablets in its program.

“We have a staff of around 30 audiologists and 10 of them use Lenovo tablets, Dr. Brian J. Fligor ScD, told TabTimes. Dr. Fligor is the director of diagnostic audiology at the teaching hospital.

The tablet is used to help record findings from an electronic audiogram, he explained. “Documentations are done within [...]

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February 6, 2012

Fujitsu re-launches Android tablet for businesses in Asia

The7-inch Stylistic M350/CA2 tablet has a 1024 x 600 resolution display, a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM and 8GB of Flash storage, and runs the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) operating system. The WiFi-connected tablet has connections for a mini HDMI port and a Micro SD slot, and its battery can last for up to six hours.

The tablet was first launched in Thailand in September of last year, but is now due to come to Japan in mid-February for ¥34,800 (approximately $455).

Fujitsu has a heritage of providing work-orientated Windows tablets, and is planning to upgrade the Stylistic Q550 from Windows 7 Professional to Windows 8, when the new operating system is launched later [...]

 
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November 16, 2011

Fujitsu adds encryption software to Stylistic Q550

The tablet in question is the Stylistic Q550, a Windows 7-based model which has been combined with Becrypt’s DISK Protect Baseline full disk encryption software to protect information and files saved locally up to ‘Impact Level 3’ (restricted access, top secret).

The software, which is CESG certified, has been modified for use with the Stylistic Q550, and Fujitsu claims that this allows local government, NHS and central government departments to deploy the tablet with confidence.

The combination of Fujitsu hardware with Becrypt software means that sensitive data is protected in the event that the tablet is lost or stolen. The software includes an [...]

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October 13, 2011

NFC will come to tablets in retail, says panel

IT Europa’s Tablet in Enterprise conference held a panel discussion on the issues facing tablet adoption in business yesterday. The panel consisted of Endeavor’s Louis Jouanny, Fujitsu’s Paul Hoey, Tony Speakman of FileMaker, Michael Stephens of Filesize and Tigerspike’s Nic Newman. Topics ranged from the ideal tablet form factor and operating system to device deployment and security risks, but it was the discussion on payment technologies which generated the most interest.

Louis Jouanny said that an independent toy store in Paris is already taking payments on tablets in an effort to reduce customer queues, while FileMaker’s Tony Speakman said [...]

 
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October 13, 2011

Fujitsu owes tablet revival to Apple’s iPad

Hoey said that the iPad made the consumer conscious of how tablets can be used to improve general lifestyle and business, removing barriers that have previously prevented such devices from succeeding in the past. “Tablet computing was very niche and while it was a business, there were not many customers. The iPad has removed these barriers, resulting in an explosion of interest in tablet computing”, said Hoey.

Fujistu has been in the tablet business for over 20 years and has offered 26 different varieties of tablet devices. The firm recently launched the Stylistic Q550 tablet and showed the tablet at the Tablet in Enterprise event. Despite this, Hoey said that the [...]

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