The Business Solutions Retail IT VAR Of The Future conference on April 4-5 at the DoubleTree Orlando at SeaWorld featured 21 solutions provider executives, consultants, and channel thought leaders sharing insights on sales best practices, security trends, preparing your business for a successful exit, scaling to nationwide growth, KPIs for solutions providers, and the transition to managed services.
Three experts explain how ISVs continue to shape the retail and restaurant verticals. Are VARs ready?
This electronic article surveillance (EAS) provider is taking its business to the cloud and giving retailers a lot more actionable data to help them thwart theft.
We compare the certifications, pricing structures, and support of 10 business continuity solutions.
Simply put, the bad guys are constantly searching for any possible point of entry that can be exploited by viruses and malware.
The global IT channel have proven to be remarkable change-agents, both in front of their customers and inside their own businesses. Thinking about the amount of churn over the past 35 years can be downright dizzying.
Many states have laws and regulations that took effect January 1. In some instances, such as minimum wage, even cities have instituted new requirements. Often forgotten among the tasks to be accomplished in in light of these changes is updating your Employee Policy and Procedure Manual.
Brian Krebs’ post on Krebs on Security, “DNI: Putin Led Cyber, Propaganda Effort to Elect Trump, Denigrate Clinton,” is not only an excellent piece of analysis, it also contains important cybersecurity lessons.
Value-added resellers (VARs) in the food and beverage sector know that, while restaurants vary drastically in their menu offerings and ambience, they all share one goal: the pursuit of total efficiency. That pursuit must be managed carefully, because an overt focus on efficiency can detract from the leisurely experience restaurant goers frequently expect.
Epson America, Inc., a leading supplier of value-added Point of Sale (POS) solutions, recently announced that PnP Loyalty, a loyalty, CRM and digital rewards solution provider for convenience stores and chain restaurants, will leverage Epson’s OmniLink Merchant Services (OMS) platform for its new restaurant customer engagement platform.
The LS6100 is an enhanced version of the time proven compact LS6000 and Logic Net kitchen display station controller with improvement in speed of operation and network connectivity. The LS6100 continues to be the most cost effective and most reliable KDS hardware on the market with heavy-duty die cast case, snap-to-lock connectors, low power, no moving mechanical parts and no internal cables. The controller is designed and manufactured for reliable uninterrupted operations in the harsh kitchen environment.
The KB9000 is a fully programmable bump bar keypad with touch operations. With the advanced projected capacitive touch technology, the KB9000 provides reliable and durable touch operations that cannot be achieved with resistive contacts. The user friendly programming software helps users to customize the bump bar layouts to desired number of keys, key locations, key dimensions, and key codes that meet the unique requirement of each application and maximize operation efficiency.
Bemacash is an innovative Point-of-Sale solution that runs on an Android tablet or Bematech’s SB8010A Android All-in-One. Secure cloud based system - access your business data from anywhere!
The Late-June 2017 Petya-based cyberattack has already assaulted companies in critical economic sectors across the globe. This comes just after the WannaCry incident, the largest ransomware attack in history that shut down businesses across 150 countries and infected hundreds of thousands of machines. Watch this on-demand webinar to get a closer look at the ins and outs of these ransomware attacks and learn how you can keep your clients safe.
While the number of malware executable files and potentially unwanted applications has dropped, plenty of other threats continue to multiply. Report after report warns businesses, government and consumers of increasingly sophisticated attacks. We’ve seen zero-day phishing URLs grow steadily through 2016, with almost twice as many detected in the fourth quarter as in the first quarter.
The latest news about threats can't wait. To help you stay ahead of modern threats, we’ve compiled our observations on the cybersecurity landscape and malware trends throughout the last year, as well as insights on how to stay secure, in our Quarterly Threat Report.
Today, there are well over 50 vendors who offer some form of endpoint security. Some of them are old familiar names, like Symantec, McAfee, Sophos, and Trend Micro, while others are “next-gen” up-and-comers, such as Cylance, Sentinel One, Tanium, Bromium, and Carbon Black.