To provide users with complete ruggedized solutions, devices powered by Intel® Core™ processors need much more than extremely reliable performance in harsh working conditions. They need security, manageability, support and, when required, readily available service. That way, remote workers can stay productive no matter where they are, what they're doing or the conditions they face.
As state and local governments increase infrastructure and public safety expenditures in response to broader technological changes, public safety organizations have an opportunity to modernize in ways that make communities and the first responders who serve them safer, smarter and better prepared to respond to unanticipated challenges.
Rugged PCs are designed to meet certain stability and reliability standards in harsh environments, including extreme temperatures, dust, moisture, water, shock, and vibration. Deployed more like infrastructure than traditional commercial PCs in fields like law enforcement, fire and rescue, rugged PCs are mission critical. However, the complexity, testing, and development costs needed to meet rugged user industry standards create a scarcity of major players and choice in the market. With two of the three main OEMs lacking the scale needed to drive down costs and effectively bring out new technologies.
People accomplish more with digital tools and workflows, and workforce transformation puts this concept into action by making sure employees have seamless, reliable access to the right IT - anytime, anywhere.
You can ensure each one of your workers has the right device to stay efficient regardless of their workflows and environments by engaging Dell. It provides some of the world's top PCs, laptops, notebooks and 2-in-1s - plus rugged and rugged extreme tablets and laptops powered by 8th Generation Intel® Core™ processors.