The Global Positioning System, usually called GPS, is the only fully-functional satellite navigation system. A constellation of more than two dozen GPS satellites broadcasts precise timing signals by radio, allowing any GPS receiver (abbreviated to GPSr) to accurately determine its location (longitude, latitude, and altitude) in any weather, day or night, anywhere on Earth.
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By:     Published Date: Oct 09, 2012
Employee focus has quickly become an issue for more and more companies as social networking popularity continues to rise, but this problem isn't just found in the office.
Tags : gps, fleet tracking, global positioning system, equipment, electronics
By:     Published Date: Oct 09, 2012
The use of GPS tracking devices in fleet vehicles helps reduce fuel costs, increase employee productivity, and improve your company's safety profile. In this guide, we'll cover how and why GPS fleet tracking can save your business money.
Tags : gps. fleet tracking, saving, costs, lowering costs, gps
By: HP     Published Date: Nov 14, 2011
Read this whitepaper to learn the 3 key factors that IT managers need to consider when designing a scalable network for today's mobile workforce.
Tags : networks, mobile, mobile workers, worforce, scalable, wi-fi, text, social networks, budgets, architecture, architect, infrastructure, ip networks, local area networking, migration, network architecture, network management, 802.11, bluetooth, cdma
By: SAP     Published Date: Mar 24, 2011
In spite of the growth of virtual business activities performed via the World Wide Web, every business transaction or operation is performed at a physical place. And as handheld GPS devices drive a growing awareness of the concept of "location," people are increasingly looking for operational efficiencies, revenue growth, or more effective management as a result of geographic data services and location-based intelligence. In this white paper, David Loshin, president of Knowledge Integrity, Inc., introduces geographic data services (such as geocoding and proximity matching) and discusses how they are employed in both operational and analytical business applications. The paper also reviews analytical techniques applied across many types of organizations and examines a number of industry-specific usage scenarios.
Tags : location-based bi, business value, geographic enhancement, gps, mobile data systems, mobile workers, business intelligence
By: Avaya     Published Date: Feb 03, 2011
Every small business strives for it: the ability to make their people more productive and responsive - to customers, vendors and each other - while keeping costs in check. To do more, with less. Maximizing productivity is critical to operating efficiently and profitably in today's challenging business climate. And small and medium size businesses often overlook one innovative technology that is proven to deliver results: IP Telephony.
Tags : avaya, gps, wireless communications, wireless phones, call center management, call center software, customer satisfaction, customer service, voice over ip
By: iPass     Published Date: Sep 16, 2009
Thanks to new mobile technologies, work happens everywhere today. It might be responding to email on the morning train or uploading a customer contract during a cross-town cab ride. Your workers need this level of connectivity to compete. At the same time, you likely face unprecedented budgetary challenges.
Tags : wireless, wifi, smartphones, pda, security, smartphone, personal devices, nokia, gps, data, ipass, ipass connect, connect, windows mobile, mobility, mobile data systems, smart phones, wireless application software, wireless communications, wireless infrastructure
By: VMware AirWatch     Published Date: Oct 02, 2015
Tags : mobile empowerment, airwatch, mobile, cloud, gps, mobile computing, mobile data systems, mobile workers, best practices
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By: Intermec     Published Date: Sep 08, 2011
This white paper identifies best practices for workforce optimization, resource management, revenue assurance and performance control, explains how technology supports these processes, provides leveraging current mobile and wireless technology to enhance processes to improve productivity and profitability.
Tags : intermec, mobile technology, workforce optimization, data management, revenue assurance, asset tracking, gps, mobile data systems, business management, customer satisfaction, customer service, application integration, data quality, payroll software
By: Kingston     Published Date: Feb 15, 2011
Learn how to balance the positive and negative effects of memory utilization in virtual infrastructures to better handle system workload and priority--while improving server utilization
Tags : virtualization, memory overcommitment, memory performance, memory reclamation, vmware, memory utilization, consolidation ratios, server memory, server utilization, memory ballooning, vmkernal swapping, capacity planning, vmware esx 4.0, active directory, bandwidth management, convergence, distributed computing, ethernet networking, fibre channel, gigabit networking
By: Quocirca     Published Date: Feb 23, 2009
Network Centric Operations (NCO) recognises the demand for pervasive decision-making in the modern battlespace. NCO provides the ability to leverage information networks to generate a more dynamic and agile decision-making space. An important dimension of this approach is the technological flexibility to quickly move the decision-making authority hierarchically or geographically as the situation demands. A fundamental enabler to this approach is the concept of a services orientated architecture (SOA). The use of industry-standard IT architectures provides the means of ensuring that systems can be provisioned rapidly, can be shared as appropriate, and can give the flexibility and response times required within such challenging environments.
Tags : quocirca, network centric operations, agile decision-making, services orientated architecture, soa, enterprise service bus, esb, non-governmental organizations, ngos, network centric warfare, ncw, standardized battlespace, common operating picture, cop, access points, networking, security, wireless, bluetooth, gps
By: Quocirca     Published Date: Oct 05, 2007
Knowledge of the location of customers, property, products or any other asset is invaluable intelligence for improving competitive advantage and operational efficiency.  However, despite the proliferation of data that businesses generate today, the potential value of this location dimension is often overlooked in the business intelligence process.
Tags : business intelligence, business analytics, historical data, data analysis, gis, geospacial, geographic information system, geocoding, geocode, location, quocirca, gps, business activity monitoring, business management, data mining
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