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The ultimate guide to going mobile for fire/emergency medical services

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Mobile devices and applications can transform how fire and emergency services operate, improving access to real-time data at incident scenes, field communications and compliance.

This comprehensive guide provides a roadmap for fire departments and EMS providers to take advantage of new capabilities offered by deploying smartphones, tablets and wearable devices. 

Download it now to learn more about: 

  • The ten top benefits of going mobile
  • The pitfalls of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) for going mobile
  • The capabilities of Samsung’s field-ready portfolio

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