Posted 05/02/2018 by
As the internet and mobile computing become more and more powerful, businesses are looking for ways to become more and more efficient. With faster LTE now more ubiquitous and 5G service on the horizon, it’s becoming too expensive for carriers to continue supporting 2G and 3G networks. For that reason, Verizon will stop service for products on those networks when its service ends December 31, 2019, and devices using 2G and 3G will stop working wirelessly on that date. That means as your customers begin 2020, they need to have a plan already in place to deal with this change—to avoid disruption of their service and their business.
Posted 01/18/2018 by
ScanSource Chief Technology Officer Greg Dixon shared his predictions with Channel Executives magazine to discuss where the Internet of Things, or IoT as it’s more fondly called, is heading into 2018.
Posted 11/02/2017 by
Tagging substandard food while it’s in transit, so it can be removed from the supply chain before it causes illness. Pushing buttons to restock your pantry. Pickup, packaging, and shipping without a trip to the post office. Complete all of these tasks, and more, thanks to the IoT (Internet of Things). But, is your company ready to tackle the changes caused by the IoT, which some are calling the next internet revolution?
Posted 09/16/2017 by
There are several trends in warehouse environments that can be seen as disruptive by some, but also augment and streamline operations for those in the distribution center environment. ScanSource POS and Barcode outlines seven of these trends below, with some here to stay and others on the horizon. Read below for potential investment opportunities to implement into your daily operations.
Posted 08/25/2017 by
Managing and maintaining a fleet of printers across a wide area can be a daunting task for any IT team. And in the past, it was a manual, in-person process that was costly and time consuming. But now, the opportunity to find printers in a network remotely, create printer files without having to learn the command language, and monitor printers for events is all possible with Zebra Technologies’ printer management solutions.