The ‘front end’ of a ruggedized mobile device is the tier the user sees and interacts with, such as an application (app) or website. The apps themselves can live remotely in the “back end” of the computing model or on the device, in the “middle” layer.
Organizations have been discussing digital transformation for years but that has often been interpreted as relevant to enterprises with office-based workforces. However, changes in embedded computing power, connectivity, and other areas will have huge impacts to ruggedized mobile devices and cause a
Consumer-grade computers are less expensive and easier to find than industrial computers. But, for many organizations, only industrial-grade edge computers will meet their needs. How are industrial-grade computers different and what does that mean for organizations who are considering using them? Building
Microsoft has ended support for Windows 7, which was released a decade ago, and extended security updates will end in 2023*. Microsoft advises IoT devices be migrated to Windows 10. The Comark Customer Success Team is reaching out to clients to provide
Because of COVID-19, many organizations have increased their efforts to keep employees safe. However, cleaning and sanitizing ruggedized mobile devices presents a challenge in that you need to balance safety with operability. The consensus view on how to handle this challenge is