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DataXoom to Exhibit at the New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show

DataXoom to showcase its Enterprise Mobility Integration (EMI) Platform, supporting mobility in home healthcare

WALNUT CREEK, CA - (PRWEB) - MAY 3, 2017

DataXoom, the nation’s first value-added wholesaler of mobile data services for medium- and large-sized businesses, announced today that it will be exhibiting at the New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Tradeshow (NEHCC) on May 16-18 in Manchester, NH at Booth #7. During the event, DataXoom will showcase its Enterprise Mobility Integration (EMI) Platform, which enables organizations to manage all its mobile devices, data plans, software applications and other services within one, easy-to-use platform.

What Makes a Mobile Device Rugged?

Whether you’re wielding a sledgehammer on a construction site or just have a teenager who can’t go 24-hours without his cell phone slamming onto the driveway, the right resilient, rugged mobile technology isn’t a luxury — it’s a necessity.

Updates on Microsoft Office for Mac

Updates on Microsoft Office for Mac

Microsoft has just announced plans to bring support for add-ins for the Mac version of Microsoft Office. Despite being in the initial testing stages, this development is still exciting nonetheless. This marks another step forward in Microsoft’s efforts to bring the Mac version of the Office Suite closer to its Windows counterpart.

Chromebooks: new home for Android apps

Chromebooks: new home for Android apps

Windows and Apple apps available on laptops and Macs, respectively, are more than enough to keep their devoted users happy. But wouldn’t it be great if Android apps, which are most popular for mobile devices, could be used with laptops? 2017 could be the year Android becomes a staple in laptops when Chromebooks, Google Chrome OS-backed notebooks, adopt Google Play.

2017 HIPAA forecast: 3 important reminders

2017 HIPAA forecast: 3 important reminders

Although totally necessary, data privacy regulations are often a gigantic headache. And king among the various compliance standards is HIPAA. Despite the legislation’s enactment back in 2003, the rules governing electronic medical records and protected health information continue to change and evolve every year.