It’s no surprise that the Internet of Things will continue to shape our daily lives. However, it’s important to remember that location acts as a critical, binding principle in IoT.
Thanks to advancing technology, machines are increasingly complex, which emphasizes even greater need for a mobile management system and strong customer service.
The year 2015 has been big for technology and its methods for helping businesses grow, evolve, and discover new levels of success. And as 2016 begins, it’s clear that business intelligence is going to benefit more than ever before.
The year 2016 will be challenging as mobile and cloud force CIOs to adopt a more agile model of information security, policy design, technology evaluation, and lifecycle management. This new approach overturns 30 years of legacy process and mindset but it can no longer be avoided.
Unified security management solutions are valuable in helping cities collect and analyze important data to deliver actionable intelligence and greater situational awareness.
Predictive analytics eliminate the guesswork from staff scheduling.
Compared with the coming IoT networks, wireless and computer networks are relatively straightforward, and yet their performance is routinely hobbled by haphazard deployment. IoT networks are more complex, heterogeneous, and intraoperative than their predecessors. Deployment experts, whether in-house or on contract, need to be involved early in the planning process to help optimize device testing, physical placement, data security, power consumption, and efficient bandwidth usage.
If there is a single, defining issue for the 2015 holiday shopping season, it’s whether retailers were able to provide a more cohesive shopping experience regardless of channels. Here are the major trends reshaping retail that resellers should pay close attention to, and which will be on the minds of your customer base in the weeks and months ahead.
As SMBs look for faster and easier access to social and mobile analytics and more processing power and storage, cloud adoption has boomed. According to The SMB Group, cloud is the new IT infrastructure for SMBs, with 92 percent using at least one cloud business solution and 87 percent using at least one cloud infrastructure solution.
There are a number of reasons why the use of inventory management software, along with bar codes will not only improve day-to-day operations, but boost your clients’ bottom line in the long run.