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TABLETS: Fire District Outfits Vehicles with Tablets
VDI: Customizable Profiles, High Security
REVIEW: Fujitsu PalmSecure Sensor
MOBILE: 5 Tips for Deploying Tablets

November 2011  

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Case Study  

Tablets to the Rescue
Lacey Fire District 3 trades in Toughbooks for tablets

Faced with an aging set of Panasonic Toughbooks, the Lacey Fire District 3 in Washington opts for ASUS Eee Slate EP121 tablets instead of a new batch of notebooks. The switch has allowed the department to meet its requirements while saving money.

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Tech Trends  

Client Virtualization Fosters Flexibility
The virtual desktop infrastructure is a perfect fit for the multiuser, on-the-go nature of public safety

Public safety personnel from Connecticut and Kansas are no longer tied to a particular computer thanks to client virtualization. Such solutions also extend the lifecycle of their workstations.

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Product Review  

Fujitsu PalmSecure Sensor
This biometric sensor uses palm vein authentication

The Fujitsu PalmSecure Sensor is a contact-free biometric device that's suited for hygienic authentication. Scanning the vein pattern of the palm is a remarkably reliable way of authenticating identity and one that's difficult for impostors to imitate.

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Tech Tips  

5 Tips for Deploying Tablets
Tablets can be configured for nearly any environment with the right adjustments

Users are eager to put the hottest computing trend to work in their professional lives. With these five tips, any IT department can roll out an optimized and secure tablet deployment.

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Reference Guide

Client Computing: Centralizing computing resources can improve security, speed application availability and reduce support costs.


Case Study

Streamlining EMS: Rugged mobile devices speed and improve patient care while helping emergency teams reduce their reliance on paper.


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Mobility: The collaboration and communication advantages of mobile technology.


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