Choosing the right operating system for your mobile fleet is no easy task. Luckily, Honeywell recently created a whitepaper entitled, “Strategic Insights into Selecting the Operating System that Best Meets Your Long-Term Business Vision” to help you make an informed decision.
The most used and widely supported mobile operating system for enterprice devices is Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 (WEH 6.5). However, there are now other options, such as Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS platforms that have notable advantages for certain enterprise work processes. In addition, there are much less barriers in leaving Windows than three were in the past.
These factors are setting the stage for a potential migration in the world of enterprise mobility. Each operating system can be effective for enterprises and have a place in the enterprise mobile market. Honeywell sees the value in all three mobile operating systems and takes pride in allowing its customers to have a choice in their OS—enterprises should not be forced into a certain software because of the hardware.
Take a look at the whitepaper from Honeywell to receive and overview of the advantages and disadvantages to each OS, in addition to guidance on how organizations can identify the most important selection criteria for their next-generation mobile OS decision.