In this issue: DHS Worldwide announces the release of Total Recall SQL 8.7 / Total Recall Envision 4.7 which focuses on security, productivity, and visibility; Opens Registration for their 9th Educational Webinar installment of 2020; announces an all-new Customer Growth Center and more.
Companies are increasingly turning to mobile technology to help drive the next level of productivity, efficiency, and service in their organizations. Yet, as these same companies rush to embrace mobility for critical line-of-business applications, they increasingly run the risk of sabotaging their own efforts.
In this special issue: To help our valued customers through the impacts of the Coronavirus, DHS reviews best practices for helping to protect your customers and staff, proven methods for strong customer communication and new/creative methods for servicing customers.
At DHS Worldwide, we design solutions using enterprise-grade mobility that are more rugged and better suited for real-world enterprise use than their consumer-grade counter parts. And, when you look at the total overall costs, rugged mobility comes out on top every time.
If you read the title of this article, then you’ve probably already guessed that we plan on making the argument for ruggedized enterprise-grade mobile devices. However, in an attempt to offer a truly transparent argument, we will first spell out the attraction of considering consumer-grade devices.
In this issue: DHS Worldwide Software Solutions Celebrates 25 Years at the 2019 Total Recall International Users Conference in Orlando, FL, Announces the upcoming major release of Total Recall Software Version 8.6, Makes Plans for the 2020 iSIGMA and more.