Where To Begin When Migrating to Android: Modern & Mobile Mondays

Welcome to another installment of our series, “Modern & Mobile Mondays!” Each week, we are sharing a new way to help your business stay connected and on-the-go. Keep reading to learn tips when migrating to Android.

Where Do I Start?
Now that Windows End of Life has passed, it is up to you to create a plan of action. Android is a popular option for the enterprise, expected to become ‘the new normal’. However, making the switch smoothly requires planning and preparation so that you can stay operational.

The first step is simple: take stock of where you are now. What are your everyday needs? What needs to be improved? Which devices are affected? By assessing your current status, you can make sure that every area that needs attention can be addressed. The next step is to categorize all devices into one of the following: migrate to Android, discontinue, or update. Now, you can invest wisely in upgrades for your organization and explore new possibilities for improvement.

“Similar to the challenge of a new or downsized home, the pain you endure in the short term typically pays off over time with an improved quality of life — and that’s something that’s always worth your time,” says Barcoding CTO Martin Jack.

We’re Here to Help
Our Android Resource Center can help you navigate the transition to Android. You can also contact us to find out how we can work together to identify any gaps in your mobile platform. From looking for process improvements, to selecting the right hardware, to developing custom applications, to deployment and everything in between, Barcoding offers all of the services to help you achieve your goals while reducing risk and capital expenditures. Let’s create a supply chain that is more efficient, accurate, and connected with innovative technology solutions, together.

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