Federal employees who work in the field and rely on mobile technology to collect and manage data have learned a hard lesson in the IT era: Rugged conditions demand rugged equipment. From the Geological Survey and the Ag Department to Customs and Border Protection, federal workers have concluded that commercial, off-the-shelf mobile devices don’t cut it. That segment of the workforce that measures office conditions in terms of heat and humidity, rainfall and wind shear, values mobile equipment for its physical durability. Agencies value the lower total cost of ownership.
Mobile technology has made it possible for federal employees to work almost anywhere. Rugged mobile devices make it possible to do that work without fail – in the harshest conditions and at lower cost.
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