Becrypt and Motion Computing have signed an agreement to develop a new portfolio of robust PC tablet solutions aimed specifically at the healthcare, police and emergency services where security and mobility are critical. Becrypt DISK Protect encryption has been certified to run on Motion’s latest Microsoft Windows 8 models, the Motion F5te and Motion C5te, with the Motion J3600 to follow soon. The partnership also serves to strengthen the long-standing collaboration between the two companies that goes back several years.
Motion’s F5te and J3600 are lightweight and rugged tablet solutions that streamline the processes and increase the productivity of mobile workers in harsh environments. The Motion F5te is integrated with an extensive range of features such as digital cameras, a barcode scanner and an RFID reader to link seamlessly with a variety of documentation and collaboration applications, and provides superior connectivity to wireless technologies including Bluetooth, WiFi 3G and GPS. The Motion J3600 offers a larger display format option with high levels of security, power and manageability and delivers virtually unlimited productivity with twin hot swap batteries.
Ian Davies, Country Manager, Northern Europe at Motion Computing said: “Offering the latest PC tablet technology is not enough. Blending our hardware and peripherals with software that is highly configurable and robust is the way forward. The police and emergency services all require carefully tailored solutions that offer the highest levels of mobility and security. Our agreement with Becrypt will strengthen our portfolio with tried and tested encryption capabilities that add real value to these field operations.”
Dr Bernard Parsons, CEO at Becrypt, said: “As tablet adoption continues to grow in tough, mobile and increasingly security-conscious industry sectors, we are delighted to bring this joint offering with Motion to market through the channel. Organisations operating remotely and often in difficult or harsh environments need software that can protect their confidential and sensitive data and drive productivity and performance. We look forward to working with Motion to deliver further product innovations across the UK and beyond.”
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