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Management of specialized mobile computers in the enterprise with special consideration to thin clients, abstraction and the physical security of the system

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2 Author(s)
Roslak, T.K. ; Motorola Enterprise Mobility Bus., Holtsville, NY ; Raju, V.

Mobile computing is challenged by the fact that the device is not physically connected to network resources and is self contained. This creates a series of problems that must be solved to achieve a working system. This paper identifies a group of problems, the theoretical solutions and the reduction in practice as achieved in actual implementations.

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Systems, Applications and Technology Conference, 2008 IEEE Long Island

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2-2 May 2008

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