The Four Critical Updates You’ve Been Postponing in Your Warehouse

Posted by Advanced Mobile Group on May 22, 2019 7:25:57 PM

“Warehouse modernization” is an evergreen term that businesses use regularly as a reference to their intentions. However, intentions don’t necessarily equate to serious action. While incremental improvements are easily embraced, there are four major improvements that many businesses are less enthusiastic about. These updates aren’t glamorous, but they’re essential for operation continuity and profitability.

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Topics: Warehouse Managment, OS, 3PL




Rugged Device Strategy as Part of Your Android Migration

Posted by Advanced Mobile Group on May 17, 2018 8:15:00 AM

As we all know by now it’s past time for everyone to migrate off your Windows OS into an Android environment. (Click here to know why.)

While devising a plan for replacing most of the more common devices is straightforward, there are a couple of additional factors to consider regarding your rugged devices when making your transition to Android.

A Gartner Report from last year is a good guide that we will summarize today.

If you are somehow NOT yet planning your migration to Android, please read this article before continuing!

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Topics: OS, Technology Trends, Microsoft




The Migration to Android OS as Support Ends for Windows on Handheld Devices

Posted by Advanced Mobile Group on Nov 21, 2017 11:11:00 AM

Within the next five years, companies using handheld devices, will move from Windows to Android Operating System in one of the biggest industry platform shifts ever. Windows Embedded CE version 6, debuted in 2006, represents a majority of all embedded devices’ operating systems. There are millions of handheld devices that delivery people, store clerks, and warehouse workers often carry to manage inventory, process orders, and verify delivery. These devices are most commonly found in:

  • Warehouses
  • Manufacturing Industries
  • Transport and Logistics Companies
  • Retail and Healthcare.

Microsoft's coming end of support for Windows Embedded is forcing the industry to look elsewhere.

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Topics: OS, Handheld Computer, Technology Trends, Microsoft




How to Transition Your Windows Mobile and Windows CE Devices to Android

Posted by on Jul 5, 2016 5:28:18 PM

Enterprises will face a major decision in 2020 when Microsoft cuts support for their Windows Mobile and Windows CE OS. Savvy businesses will use this as an opportunity to rebuild their applications in a more optimal platform. No matter what you choose you must go through the challenge of this transition. Not to fear, we put together an easy to follow guide on how to make the transition quick and painless and potentially very beneficial for your company. 

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Topics: OS

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