Your people trust in our technology – from nurses scanning test samples, to couriers collecting signatures, to warehouse teams tracking items – our mobile devices, printers, and tracking technology must work reliably all day, every day. That’s why our design teams work in the field alongside our customers. They shiver in cold stores, watch clinicians at work, help refuse teams collect rubbish, assist delivery drivers deliver the goods – and much more.
Topics: Touch computing
The workforce mobility revolution is here to stay. And its beating heart is AndroidTM.
With the revolution in workforce mobility the idea of having a single workplace is rapidly disappearing. Today, more and more of us don’t just have one workplace, but many. In fact, at least part of the time, 6 in 10 workers1 now work outside the office.
AndroidTM is the world’s most popular mobile operating system, with a market share that tops 75% in Europe’s largest markets1. So naturally it’s everywhere, from wearables to TVs and of course smartphones, where it’s found in four in every five consumer handhelds2
Are you exposed to security risks?
Security has never been a bigger priority.
As we’ve seen all too vividly of late, a cyberattack can cause major damage to reputation, customer trust, and, your bottom line. Outdated IT systems leave the door open for hackers and cyber criminals. And the mobile space could be the next target.
Enterprises need to be proactive to understand the security risk and take the appropriate proactive and defensive measures that protect your data, your devices and gives you peace of mind.
LifeGuard™ for Android™ is Zebra’s software security solution that extends the lifecycle of Zebra Android enterprise mobile computers. It adds years of OS security support to bring your devices into line with the enterprise hardware lifecycle, helping your business significantly lower total cost of ownership.
The debate over whether to use consumer devices in retail’s been going on for years.
Topics: Enterprise Mobility
Wi-Fi is one of those things that a business simply cannot have enough of: whether it’s running applications on professional mobile devices or offering free public access to customers, from the hotel, to retail store, to warehouse, Wi-Fi is a ‘must-have’ with employees and guests relying on fast and uninterrupted services.
Home delivery has made shopping far more convenient – unless, that is, you’re out when the courier calls. While missed first-time drops are a nuisance for consumers, for courier companies they’re a serious issue as delivery costs sky-rocket. And with internet sales growing – warehouses believe they’ll ship 83% more items by 2020 – delivery firms are looking for new ways to get orders into people’s hands more quickly and cost-efficiently.
We all need to get rid of our household rubbish, relying on our local authorities to clear this away for us.
Companies that provide security guards face common issues: how do they protect their lone workers and how do they prove that walk-arounds have been completed and staff have conducted safety checks?