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Anyone have experience with the HP Elite x3 Mobile Device?

How well (easy) is it managed by System Center and how do the various accessories stack up?

I work for a small Critical Access Hospital (25 beds) with 4 Clinics, trying to keep all the mobile people connected with iPhones, iPads, Android, Laptops, Desktops and more, the idea of getting all our mobile staff on a single platform with our Enterprise Office 365 subscriptions looks very promising from a workflow and a technology support viewpoint.

Our existing Verizon Corporate account even has the 4G LTE SIM Cards for this device so we don't even have to change carriers for this change.

Let me know if you LIKE, DISLIKE or have recommendations on management of these products.

Thanks in advance.

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I would go with the old saying, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it".  Are there any current problems that would require some type of new "management" software?
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I ain't seen the device.

I have seen what eHealth is trying to do for the HSE (our health service IT provider to our national health service) and I have to say its kinda cool.

They are using Surface Pro Devices.
They are looking to have a single common platform for all health care professionals, using one solution from one provider.

And it kinda makes sense when I heard Richard Corbridge, the CIO speak about it.

And the HSE is liked even less than political discussion in the US right now.




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So far the x3 seems very usefull but doesn't have a keyboard/folio option and the "LabBox" adds another $600 in order to function like a laptop. The x2 is like the Surface Pro (much less expensive) but doesn't have a 4G LTE option....

I have MS Intune with System Center but haven't learned all the operations or functions on the Android/iOS platforms...Wondering of the Windows Mobile devices are managed similar to Windows Desktops.

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