Data Capture, AIDC & RFID

IT Reseller news on Automatic Identification (AIDC), Data Capture and data capture devices. These include barcodes, biometrics, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), id card printers, chipped passports, magnetic stripes, smart cards, OCR (Optical Character Recognition) and voice recognition. 

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Frontline workers frequently turn to unapproved messaging apps for work-related communications, unbeknownst to HR

Frontline workers frequently turn to unapproved messaging apps for work-related communications, unbeknownst to HR

Internal communications is a tough nut to crack, especially when companies employ a globally dispersed workforce of non-desk employees. The need to stay informed, cut out irrelevant messages and empower staff to be more efficient is greater than ever. But more often than not, frontline workers in the retail, hospitality and entertainment industries are turning to unapproved messaging apps and social media sites for work-related communications, without HR’s knowledge.....

Datalogic announces the new Gryphon 4500 Series

Datalogic announces the new Gryphon 4500 Series

Datalogic, the automatic data capture and process automation solutions provider, has announced the new Gryphon 4500 series of wireless scanners, a premium level of 2D hand held readers for general purpose applications, that now offers both wireless communications and new wireless battery charging models.

Memor 10 rugged mobile computer by Datalogic: Dare to be smart

Memor 10 rugged mobile computer by Datalogic: Dare to be smart

Datalogic, the automatic data capture and process automation solutions provider, has introduced the Memor 10 rugged mobile computer, one of the few rugged devices validated by the ‘Android Enterprise Recommended’ program from Google.

34% of UK consumers disappointed by availability of flexible finance

34% of UK consumers disappointed by availability of flexible finance

More than a third of consumers feel let down by the lack of flexible finance products offered by UK businesses, according to a research study.

Introducing the HERE OLP Marketplace for simplified and secure data exchange and enrichment

Introducing the HERE OLP Marketplace for simplified and secure data exchange and enrichment

HERE Technologies, the mapping and location platform services provider, has introduced the HERE OLP Marketplace, a new hub for global location data exchange and enrichment across industries.

The new Matrix 220 imager by Datalogic - One model for any scanning requirement

The new Matrix 220 imager by Datalogic - One model for any scanning requirement

Datalogic, the automatic data capture and process automation solutions provider, has introduced the new Matrix 220 imager, a highly compact image-based barcode reader capable of providing top performance with the highest flexibility.

When smart is not smart enough: Why Handheld devices are superior to Smartphones

When smart is not smart enough: Why Handheld devices are superior to Smartphones

DENSO, part of the Toyota group and inventor of the QR Code, launched the first CCD scanner more than 30 years ago and since then has continuously evolved technologically. “Consumer smartphones are increasingly used in industries such as retail and logistics.

Gen Z driving retail’s cashierless future

Gen Z driving retail’s cashierless future

To borrow that famous quote from the great American author Mark Twain, reports of the death of the physical retail store have been greatly exaggerated.

Manufacturing: The surprising leader in the global datasphere – new IDC research

Manufacturing: The surprising leader in the global datasphere – new IDC research

The global datasphere¹ could grow to 175 zettabytes by 2025, and industries such as Financial Services, Manufacturing, Healthcare, and Media and Entertainment are helping to define this new era of data growth.

New research reports businesses will pivot to a ‘Voice First’ strategy within five years

New research reports businesses will pivot to a ‘Voice First’ strategy within five years

Red Box, the platform for voice, has announced the results of a global survey of CIOs, general C-suite and IT management enterprise employees into their views of voice capture in the enterprise, showing the majority of businesses are capturing only partial voice data sets and are not able to make the most of this highly valuable data set as it is largely inaccessible.

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