The clock is ticking for Windows Embedded
We can help with your move to other platforms and hardware as you replace your older rugged handhelds still running Windows Embedded systems. Depending on the number of devices in your organisation, we can advise on your upgrade strategy to ensure there is a smooth roll-out, as the final deadline in 2020 isn’t that far off. When you switch away from Windows Embedded, your apps will need to be rewritten in order for them to work on Android. It is here that the clock is really ticking, your apps may have taken years to develop, design, and test, and technical teams will need enough time to reproduce them.
Want to discuss your migration requirements? Speak to our expert mobile enterprise team.
Should you switch to Android?
Whether you’re using rugged devices in the retail, healthcare, manufacturing, logistics, field services, government or another industry, Android is likely to be a frontrunner when planning your upgrade strategy. Users familiar with Android’s UI on mobile phones will find the transition to a new Android-powered device less painful and with touchscreen technology a part of everyday life, most operators can intuitively use an Android enabled device with little additional instruction. Leading hardware manufacturers are undertaking a major push to put current versions of Android onto rugged devices and handhelds. This is reflected in the latest rugged mobile devices – many resemble a robust Android smartphone.
If you want to explore how Android is right for your mobile enterprise apps, contact us today