Expand OEM Work With Mobile Devices My name is Brian and I work with Dell. To learn more about OEM Manufacturer visit Dell.com Windows 8 expands OEM Options With the release of Windows 8 the enterprise capabilities of of the tablet market is opening a new door to the OEM industry. With advanced cloud communication these devices can communicate efficiently with Embedded Systems, store data and increase productivity for mobile work. 1. Car Dealerships Empowering Sales and Service Departments 2. Manage Inventory Quickly with Touch Screen Verification 3. Enterprise security with consumer convenience 4. Extensive data collection Traditional Embedded Systems Utilize 1. Non mobile environments or housing 2, Expansive software suites normally limited to computers 3. Bulky Industrial Embedded Systems Tied To Single Locations Advancement Explore Mobile Options 1. Develop UI Into mobile compatible formats to utilize technology. 2. Develop extensive integration with current installations to build upon current successes. 3. Expand Capabilities and open new profit centers. Empower Your Workforce Conclusion The advancement of touch capability integrated into the enterprise class work environments will enable OEMs to develop and expand their products to reach more users via mobile applications and extensive testing. The development of Mobile options will figuratively unplug the OEM marketplace and give it a strong mobile presence. Imagine the possibility of Doctors securely accessing patient information via cloud patient information right to a smart touch application that will help them diagnose and quickly record all procedures to be done and then that information being transferred to surgeons, family doctors and more with just few simple touch gestures.