Energy industry, oil industry, natural gas companies and mobile data collection devices are becoming attached at the hip as companies try to boost productivity, create jobs and reduce costs. As seen in Rigzone’s recent article, there is a political debate going on right now – especially surrounding the oil industry and energy industry. [Read more…]
Archives for September 2012
The ever-evolving physical security market is showing a number of trends in 2012, including the convergence of the Internet, physical access, network access and mobile phones; an increase in workforce mobility; the rise of “bring your own device to work,” or BYOD; and the significant growth of cloud computing.
The world of healthcare information technology is changing as the world moves towards electronic medical records and a digital age in healthcare.
Personal mobile devices are becoming a fixture in healthcare as 85% of hospital IT departments allow doctors and staff to use personal devices at work, according to a new survey of digital trends in healthcare.
Automated practice management, electronic health records (EHR), electronic medical records (EMR), computerized physician entry (CPE) and peer intelligence are just some of the emerging concepts and capabilities in healthcare. [Read more…]
Interestingly, mobile technology usage is growing rapidly among farmers and farm communities.
With the growing use of mobile apps and devices for data collection and communication, rural farmers are able to gather information from the field and connect in real-time with buyers and relevant markets that otherwise would not have been accessible had it not been for new data collection methods and devices. [Read more…]
Home and Building Inspections – Using mobile data collection for inspections is becoming a cutting-edge tool due to its power and efficiency. With the new data collection tools, inspectors have all the forms and checklists that they need right in one place – their mobile device. Say “goodbye” to the clipboard! [Read more…]