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  1. Service In 2012: The Continued Search For Revenue
    2/17/2012
    For the previous 24 months, service revenue has topped the agenda of Chief Service Officers (CSOs) polled by Aberdeen. The 2010 State of Service Management research survey, and polls conducted at the 2010 CSO Summit, both found that service revenue was the top goal for CSOs to attain in 2011.
  2. Networked Field Services
    2/15/2012
    One of the most important capabilities that mobile solutions offer organizations today is the ability to provide better visibility, in near real time, into the activities and events taking place in the field.
  3. Standard Gain Horn Antennas
    2/7/2012

    Corry Micronics' Gain Horn Antennas operate in the sub-gigahertz to over 100 GHz frequency range. These antennas can be custom manufactured for different applications, including but not limited to aerospace, military, wireless communications, and medical.

  4. Standard Gain Horn Antennas
    2/7/2012

    Corry Micronics' Gain Horn Antennas operate in the sub-gigahertz to over 100 GHz frequency range. These antennas can be custom manufactured for different applications, including but not limited to aerospace, military, wireless communications, and medical.        

  5. Two Roads To Mobile Workforce Management: Choosing Between On-Premises And Cloud Delivery
    2/1/2012
    Companies with mobile workforces face two important technology trends. One is the use of mobile workforce management solutions that can add critical support to business strategies. The other is the growth of cloud-based solutions as an alternative to traditional on-premises deployment. Combining the two through cloud-based mobile workforce management can make sense, depending on the specific circumstances and goals of a company. By taking into account the technical market drivers and strategic considerations, a company can decide whether a cloud or traditional onpremises solution is the best fit.
  6. Federal Government Could Save $1B Through Print Management And ECM
    1/24/2012
    While print management could save federal agencies $1 billion, coupling in ECM technology that eliminates the paper can transform them. By Eric Palmer, Perceptive Software
  7. Evaluating Handheld Computing Devices For Support Of DoD Operations
    11/10/2011
    The U.S. military was one of the earliest adopters of handheld computers, and is today one of the largest users of the devices. DoD personnel all over the world use wireless handheld computers to take inventory of supplies and equipment, record inspection and maintenance data, manage shipments and support other military operations. Many of these activities take place in remote locations that require specialized, ruggedized mobile computers.
  8. New York State Department Of Health Implements An Award-Winning Solution For Freedom Of Information Compliance
    9/29/2011
    Learn how New York State Department of Health’s implementation of EMC Captiva intelligent enterprise capture cut response times of processing Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) by half, bringing the agency into compliance, saw a 95 percent reduction in the ordering of paper and printing supplies, and reduced the amount of hardcopy FOIL responses by 75 percent.
  9. Ottawa County Courts Rule In Favor Of ECM
    8/11/2011
    Ottawa County was drowning in volumes of paperwork. The county’s manual business practices created a backlog of document processing throughout the county government and in its courts, which were housed in four physical locations. In the shuffle from court to court, documents would frequently become misplaced or lost. With document volumes and inefficiencies increasing, Ottawa County needed to find a successful cost-saving automated solution.
  10. Imaging Moves Into The Mainstream
    7/28/2011

    Misperceptions about 2-D imagers are changing fast, which is why 2-D imagers are the fastest-growing category of bar code readers. Only a few years ago, 2-D imagers were (wrongly) considered a niche technology mostly used for reading 2-D bar codes. Now they are becoming the technology of choice for most bar code applications, and lasers are on the way to becoming a niche technology. By Intermec