It’s probably safe to say that for many, this is their first time living through a Global Pandemic, so it’s not like we were really prepared on what to do. With COVID-19’s incubation period lasting up to 14 days, before symptoms kick in and how easily it spreads from person to person, this is no …

Mobile

Millennials and members of Generation Z aren’t strangers to the ways of mobile payments processed on their smartphones and mobile devices. Whether by a digital wallet or a brand’s loyalty program/consumer-facing app, 42.2% of people prefer to make their payments via mobile device. With the general public operating so comfortably on their mobile devices, are …

Carry Out

Sunday, March 15th marked the day that Ohio Governor Mike DeWine ordered the shutdown of all dine-in patronage of restaurants and bars. Ohio was the first state to take such a measure, causing businesses who previously didn’t offer carry out or delivery options to act fast in finding a way to serve customers. Following suit, …

Traditionally speaking, we can’t live without our physical Brick and Mortar retail stores; it’s just not possible. The typical cashier scanning items, while customers wait in lines is old news and everyone knows that for sure. Many of the largest US/Global brands are setting integrative experiences for their customers to be immersed into. From live …

Factories

Sensors and IoT are working to make shop floors and factories smarter for everyone…

How to Help Your Customers Select the Right Ruggedized Device for Their Environments Advances in technology have put the power of desktop computing into smaller mobile devices like notebook computers, tablets and smartphones. These advances have pushed computing power out into the warehouse and the factory floor, allowing the warehousing, distribution and manufacturing industries to …

Data Governance

Learn the ABCs of Data Governance with insightful terms and explanations…

Field Service

The Future of Field Service Management work is evolving as we speak, with simpler devices and capabilities to get the job done.

The rise of Governments as a Platform and equally as a service is all around us citizens, especially in the midst of how government-related processes are evolving. Tim O’Reilly’s Government-As-A-Platform (GaaP) can look like a toolkit for civil servants, an open platform to build upon, a new public infrastructure, and even the ability to pave …