Restaurant POS Systems Streamline Guest Experiences

The restaurant industry is making the switch to a tablet as a replacement for their point of sale (POS) systems. The tablet becomes a cash register, menu, and special board among other helpful tools to make a restaurant run more efficiently.


What Can You Learn from your Organization’s Data Map?

    An organization’s data map is the equivalent of the card catalog in a library. It is where you can find all of your user content based on specific criteria including who owns which items, when were they last modified or accessed, where it is located and much more.   An organization’s data map … Continue reading What Can You Learn from your Organization’s Data Map?

Improving the Efficiency Big Data

In today’s business environment, which has been impacted by reproducing data, shrinking budgets, and rising customer demands, companies that can make the correct decisions at the right time have a competitive advantage. There has been a business paradigm shift over the past several years. It is no longer acceptable for business leaders to only rely … Continue reading Improving the Efficiency Big Data

The FDA Approves the Country’s First RFID Tags to be Implanted in Humans

In October the Food and Drug Administration approved the implantation of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags into humans. According to VeriChip Corp., a subsidiary of Applied Digital Solutions Inc., the 134.2-kHz chips could save lives and possibly limit injuries from errors in medical treatments. It is believed the chips could provide easy access to medical … Continue reading The FDA Approves the Country’s First RFID Tags to be Implanted in Humans

RFID (Gen 2) Explained

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is the wireless non-contact use of radio-frequency electromagnetic fields to transfer data, for the purposes of automatically identifying and tracking tags attached to objects. RFID tags contain electronically stored information, some of these tags are powered by and read at short distances by magnetic fields. Others are powered by a battery, or … Continue reading RFID (Gen 2) Explained