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#GeekTankTuesday: “How to Start Modernizing Your Mobile Computing Applications”

Oct 15, 2019
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Today, we are sharing the second installment of a new series here on the Barcoding Blog called Geek Tank Tuesdays, looking back at our Android in the Enterprise workshop series and sharing an interview between some of our #SupplyChainGeeks. If you missed last week’s post, you can check it out here. Keep reading for more and stay tuned for next week’s post on the benefits of mobile device management!

This Week’s Speakers
This interview is called “How to Start Modernizing Your Mobile Computing Applications.” Our featured speakers are Greg Henry, Vice-President of Client Solutions, Martin Jack, CIO of Barcoding, Inc. and Levi Lynch, Systems Engineer at Barcoding, Inc.

Android Migration
With the Windows End of Life date approaching, 100% of your Windows CE applications will need to be replaced. There is one big plus to Android migration, however. Starting from scratch gives you the opportunity to completely customize your applications and ensure that you are getting a product that works best for your business. Making investments in new technology can be expensive and time-consuming, so it is important to consider all of the factors that go into migration.

The question is, how do you know when it’s time to make the switch? It may take some time to develop before you reach deployment. Martin Jack recommends that you “give yourself enough runway to take a look at your Window CE applications. Start from scratch, focus on what Android has to offer the new platform, and start with a fresh look at your applications.”

Keep Reading
To learn more about how to maximize your mobile applications, read the full transcript from this interview and the rest of the series here. Contact us for all of your mobile computing needs!

Learn More
To stay in the loop about everything new in the supply chain world, check back for more posts on the Barcoding Blog. You can also keep up with us and our fellow #SupplyChainGeeks through our social media pages on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram!

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