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Project Informatica Demonstrates Mobile Technology ExpertiseCompanyProject Informatica is a system integrator that has offered advice, expertise and support to customers across Italy since 1990. Its services cover information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure design, development and implementation as well as providing consultancy on issues such as fleet management, unified communications and disaster recovery. It offers solutions covering cloud computing, mobility, client/server virtualization and digital signage.ChallengeAs an ICT specialist, Project Informatica must have the latest technologies at its disposal. It must show its own use of innovative technologies to demonstrate its expertise to its clients and act as an example for best practices.The sales team spends a lot of its time on the move and meeting with clients. These employees, therefore, need the latest mobile computing devices that combine all the best elements of performance, security and usability for them to show off to their customers. They also need to ensure they stay as effective as possible even when out of the office, and they rely on their mobile devices to do this.SolutionAfter testing various mobile devices, Project Informatica chose to go with the Samsung Slate* 700T, a tablet based on the second-generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor and Windows 8* operating system.Read the full Project Informatica Demonstrates Mobile Technology Expertise Solution Brief.
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