Special Report

The government market for rugged IT was thrown for a loop by the recent recession. Although demand is trickling back, deciphering the market's direction, prices and costs remains a murky process.
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Smart phones are leading the rush to mobile computing and communications, and as users shape their expectations based on their experience with handheld devices, rugged IT will not be left untouched.
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The military is increasingly turning to commercial technology for its IT needs, and rugged systems need to deliver high-level performance in smaller and lighter packages to deployed forces and dismounted soldiers.
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Solid-state drives, flexible displays, and new generations of computer processors and cards are just some of the technologies that foreshadow the next generation of rugged IT systems.
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Rugged IT systems are expensive, which might tempt organizations with tight budgets to live without them, often to their disadvantage. Business rugged IT could be an affordable alternative.
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