The case for laptops versus in-vehicle gateways

If you rely on a laptop as your primary communications device to manage your mobile workforce, you may be missing out…

Traditional portable laptop computers work fine in an office setting, but they deliver less than stellar performance when wireless signal strength is low. In a vehicle environment, signal strength, like everything else, is changing from moment to moment. Some devices in and around the vehicle can connect to the laptop, usually via USB.

This approach has some benefit – but, as Information Technology (IT) teams and field workers have discovered, laptops are not designed to be routers for other devices, and using them this way can be fraught with challenges.

Want to learn why you should choose an In-Vehicle Gateway over a Laptop?

3. Sierra Laptops_Gateways ThumbnailDownload this Whitepaper to discover how departments can achieve the best connectivity, security and reliability in the simplest, most manageable way. Learn about the limitations of laptops and data card connectivity, and the top 10 reasons to consider using in-vehicle gateways to manage your mobile workforce.

Get the Whitepaper