Mobile Solutions Whitepapers

We’re constantly working in partnership with renowned institutes and industry experts to generate insight into IT in today’s commercial world. Based on direct customer contact and in-depth analysis of the market, our research is an ideal source of information when you’re making your IT purchasing decisions.

You’ll find all of our reports and research below.

  • Time to do more

    In the workplace, we often find there are too many things on our “To Do list” and not enough time to do them. The pressures can cause mental stress and strain and mean that for much of the time we are burdened with repetitive tasks. At its worst, technology can also often add to that burden with constant connectivity leading to multiple demands and distractions. But what if the right technology, the right mobile device, could help you find the time to do more?

  • Handheld Troubles

    Mobile computing promises to free-up the workforce from labour intensive and repetitive activities and improve productivity but there can be no doubt that mobile workers are feeling the frustrations of working with their current handheld mobile computing devices.

  • Tablet Troubles

    The fact that tablets have failed for almost half of all workers in the past two years and those experiencing problems have had an average of three issues during this period and had to wait two weeks for a repair or replacement, says that business and their employees are currently paying too high a price for tablet deployment...

  • Gemba Process Innovation whitepaper
  • Mobile computing as a service

    Breaking the traditional cycle of mobile technology refreshes

  • Future Technologies and the Impact on Mobile Workforces and their Devices

    Although a wide range of exciting future technologies are being watched closely, there is clear evidence from this research that businesses are adopting and looking to capitalise on the benefits of Big Data, the Internet of Things and Sensor technology for their mobile workforces.

  • Android on the March

    The march of Android mobile devices into the business world continues at pace, according to technology buyers in our latest research. The flexibility and functionality of Android devices remain very attractive to organisations looking to equip their mobile workers with computing tools that can boost their productivity. But how IT departments effectively manage and secure these devices remains a challenge.

  • MOBILE DATA NETWORKS – PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE

    The rapid adoption of mobile devices and the increasing use of rich social media on those platforms by consumers is placing increasing bandwidth requirements on carrier networks. How do we plan for the future?

  • Sustainable Mobile Device Strategies Deliver Significant Savings for Business, 2017

    Businesses still waiting to implement a sustainable mobile device strategy are missing out on significant savings – on average 30% of their annual mobile device budget. These savings are primarily driven by the ability to extend the life of notebooks, hybrids, tablets and handhelds by an average of two years.

  • Built to Deliver

    Our own commissioned independent research3 has shown that 60% of workers from the delivery, warehouse and logistics industry feel their mobile barcode scanner device is only fairly effective or not effective at all.

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