In 2014, Havis released the DS-DELL-400 series docking station, designed to offer notebook charging, security and connection to peripherals in medical, enterprise and in-vehicle workplaces.
We’ve spent the years since its release reviewing product feedback, which has allowed us to relaunch this docking station series with some key improvements.
Continue reading Havis Unveils the DS-Dell 410 Series
Working with a tablet can make your job easier in ways that would have been unimaginable a generation ago.
Yet for all their amazing features, tablets need to withstand rough environments. That’s why we’ve created the new Havis Rugged Tablet Docking Solutions. Continue reading Protect Your Devices with the New Havis Rugged Tablet Docking Stations
We ask a lot of our tablets and laptops.
We expect them to work wonders, to hold countless pieces of information, to communicate with people all over the world.
And sometimes, we need them to keep doing their jobs in harsh environments.
That’s where Havis’ new docking stations for the Getac K120 Rugged Tablet and Getac K120 Versatile Laptop can help.
These docking stations offer computer charging, security and connection to peripherals for enterprise, medical and in-vehicle workplaces.
Maximize your productivity with the help of this rugged yet still lightweight Getac K120 tablet docking station and Getac K120 laptop docking station, which have been built with an eye towards deterring theft, improved stability and overall longevity.
Continue reading Havis Offers New Docking Solution for Getac K120 Products
There are a lot of jobs that require electronic devices, yet not every work environment is really appropriate for delicate pieces of equipment.
That’s why Havis is proud to unveil the DS-GTC-210 series docking station for GETAC tablets, as outlined in our new Getac docking station video. Continue reading Video: DS-GTC-210 Series Docking Station for Getac Tablets
You’ve just set up a mobile office, a move that will allow you to better utilize manpower and resources. And with this move toward fleet mobility comes a host of considerations: Continue reading Reliable Power: A Critical Consideration for Fleet Mobility
While many of us need computers to do our jobs, not every job is the ideal environment for delicate computing devices.
That’s why Havis is pleased to introduce its new universal rugged cradle to protect 7-inch to 9-inch computing devices. Continue reading VIDEO: Introducing Our Universal Rugged Cradle For 7-9″ Computing Devices
As we write this, a potential delay of the ELD mandate is in legislative limbo.
The ELD (electronic logging device) mandate is a regulation that – according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration – is designed to create a safer work environment for drivers, and to make it easier to track, manage and share records of duty data.
Under the ELD mandate, fleets have until December 18 of this year to implement certified ELDs to log those hours. Continue reading ELD Mandate Delay or Not, Total Mobility Solution is Still a Good Idea
Maintaining the reliability of mobile computing systems in the field is one of the biggest challenges facing today’s fleet professionals.
These devices must perform vital jobs and maintain data flow in tough operating conditions.
While there are several keys to a total mobility solution – software, hardware, connectivity, docking and mounting, and professional installation — having a reliable continuous power supply is the most critical factor to ensure productivity on the job site. Having an effective, in-vehicle power supply solution is many times more beneficial than simply drawing power from a vehicle’s system. Continue reading Introducing the Havis Critical Power Guide for Fleet Mobility
The world’s workers are going mobile.
By 2020, nearly three quarters of the American workforce – 105 million people – will be mobile employees. Worldwide, 1.87 billion people will be deskless workers by 2022.
How do companies make sure these workers still have the tools to perform their jobs?
That’s a question Keith Steidle, Havis’ director of business development and marketing, tackles in July’s edition of Field Technology Magazine. Continue reading Maximizing the Productivity of Today’s Mobile Office
With this year’s electronic logging devices mandate looming, it’s important for fleets to understand how it will affect them, and how to implement the new standards.
This goes beyond choosing eligible devices and software to track, manage and share data. Fleets also need to consider how to secure those devices inside a vehicle.
Good in-vehicle docking and mounting solutions for devices protect the fleet’s investment in equipment, ensure driver safety and comfort, reduce distraction and increase productivity.
The ELD mandate might seem confusing and the December 18 deadline might be overwhelming. But try to think of it as an opportunity to do better, through a total mobility solution. Continue reading How Will the ELD (Electronic Logging Device) Mandate Affect Your Fleet?