Advantages of Using an Industrial Touch Computer: Zebra’s TC56

Since the advent of industrial mobile computing, companies have traditionally used rugged, handheld mobile computers with built-in keypads. But the smartphone revolution has led to new industrial touch screen computers with smartphone-style form factors that enable greater mobile productivity. In this article, we take a look at one of the latest industrial touch mobile computers from Zebra Technologies, and the advantages this type of device can bring to the improvement of enterprise workflows.

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The Advantage of Software-as-a-Service Solutions

There’s a lot to be said for the popularity of SaaS (software-as-a-service) today. Growing popularity of cloud-based apps opens doors for many users who otherwise would not have the bandwidth, resource or financial means to invest in servers, IT personnel, and real estate to establish a system on their own. For medical couriers, a cloud-based, automated tracking solution is exactly what they’ve been waiting for to establish accountability.

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These 5 Features Can Be Yours with the MCE API for Integration

Have you read about the features and benefits of our MCE (Medical Courier Elite) software and wished it was something you could integrate with your existing system? Well, the good news is that it’s very likely you can easily include MCE as your courier and specimen tracking software app using our application programming interface (API).

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Top 5 Features Every Lab Logistics Team Needs

If you’re in the business of specimen collection and delivery, then you have probably encountered a number of issues that go along with the tracking and accountability aspects of the application. Many couriers in this business are using a manual process – pen and clipboard – to keep track of the daily route of client pick-ups. The trouble with a manual process, however, is accuracy. We’re only human, after all, and mistakes happen. But when medical specimens are involved, it could mean a matter of life or death if a specimen is not tested in a timely manner, or if the specimen needs to get collected again if the original is lost.

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User Preference: Touchscreen Keypad or Physical Keys?

Change is often difficult to accept. Particularly when you’ve been doing something the same way for more than a decade. Fortunately, most of the time these changes ultimately end up saving us time and money (fax machine vs. email?). When it comes to data entry, we’ve been using keys for hundreds of years – so the touchscreen was probably a little foreign to us at first. But then we came to realize how much easier it can be – for most applications.

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Bringing Greater Efficiency to the Laboratory

As it pertains to slide labeling, Honeywell offers a complete solution that offers reliable, quality output to further ensure the accuracy and processing of patient specimens. Along with durable labels, a desktop direct thermal printer and handheld barcode scanner designed specifically for a healthcare environment enables efficient disposition of patient specimens. Fast, quality printing produces superior barcode identification.

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Barcode Automation: Labeling Inside the Laboratory

When it comes to healthcare and medical laboratory work, nothing is more important than patient safety. In a study published by Johns Hopkins, researchers estimated that in the U.S., more than 250,000 deaths per year result from medical errors. Despite advances in safety procedures and laboratory technology, preventable errors still happen. Most of these errors are a result of lack of barcode automation.

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Moving to 4G – Verizon non-LTE EOL

Mobile carriers such as Verizon are always working to improve their technology, especially when it comes to speed and security. As far back as 2012, Verizon began phasing out its 3G networks for consumer devices in favor of 4G and the upcoming 5G.

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An Industry Approach to Android

Recently, Microsoft announced that it is discontinuing support for its Windows CE and Windows Handheld mobile operating systems. While this news has been disconcerting, there is no need to panic. Microsoft has given plenty of advanced warning, so its customers can find and deploy alternatives.

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