5 myths busted: Why your police department can afford a rugged PC upgrade

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Post by NHGF [Feed] » Tue Sep 22, 2020 12:19 pm

Sponsored by Dell By Police1 BrandFocus Staff Rugged computers are necessary tools for modern law enforcement agencies. They bring the department’s full range of data resources right into patrol cars, and onto the tablets toted by officers on foot. Image Image Image[embedded content] MYTH 5: IT’S TOO HARD TO CONNECT RUGGED TECH TO FIRSTNET Wireless broadband connectivity is an absolute must for today’s law enforcement agencies. So when you buy rugged laptops and tablets, you need to know that these devices will connect easily to FirstNet and other public safety-centric wireless data services. Look for a supplier that will help get your department get connected to FirstNet or the provider of your choice. They should have the know-how to assess your agency’s specific data transfer requirements, interact with FirstNet or other wireless platforms to set up the necessary connections and then implement the overall system and troubleshoot to make sure it works. Dell offers assistance in setting up public safety customers, and its “FirstNet Ready” rugged laptops and tablets, as well as select commercial grade Dell laptops, are among those specifically cited by FirstNet as recommended equipment purchases. It is now possible for law enforcement agencies of all sizes to afford rugged laptops and tablets that are capable, compatible, affordable, military-tough and easily connected to FirstNet (and other broadband networks). Don’t let the common misconceptions described above stop your agency from getting the tech tools you need. Visit Dell for more information. Read Next: Be ready to take FirstNet Into the field

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