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  1. Leveraging Streaming Video In Field Service

    Field service professionals can reap the benefits of advances in video communication in tech-to-tech collaborations and in providing assistance for diagnoses.

  2. Telemedicine: A New Benefit For Your Clients

    Your clients may not be reimbursed for telemedicine offerings today, but that stands to change.

  3. Are Your Customers Using the Right Consumables?

    According to a recent article, it might be time to reassess the consumables used by your clients. Published on Integrated Solutions for Retailers “The Modest, Yet Essential, Thermal Consumable” from SATO America, points out thermal labels, tags, and ribbons offer great return for every step of the consumer market from identifying and tracking inventory to marketing to the consumer, but they are often taken for granted.

  4. Travel Companies Need To Keep Up With Mobile Purchases, Bookings Trends

    The travel market is an excellent market for digital solutions. The revolution that took place in the travel industry with the advent of the Internet and PC is now occurring again as mobile technology use continues to grow. The number of Internet-connected mobile devices worldwide will increase by 16 percent per year, led by strong growth in developing countries, according to Ovum.

  5. NRF IT Security Council Educates, Advocates To Combat Data Theft

    Data breeches at large chain stores have spurred technology leaders to form the National Retail Federation (NRF) IT Security Council.

  6. Signal Boosters Can Keep Mobile Workforces Connected

    Interruptions in cellular connectivity cause delays and reduce productivity for mobile workforces, particularly in rural areas. According to a recent Field Technologies report, “Field Mobility 2014,” 72 percent of survey respondents communicating in realtime experience disruptions in wireless connectivity in the field.

  7. Emphasizing The “Overall” In OEE Could Be A Mistake For Manufacturers

    For your manufacturing customers concerned with making data-based decisions, Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) is probably a top concern. Dan Miklovic explains in a blog for LSN Research that OEE is simply “a measure of a piece of equipment’s effectiveness calculated by taking the product of the availability of the equipment, the quality of the product produced on the equipment, and the performance as compared to theoretical maximum capacity.”

  8. Healthcare IT End Users To Share Expertise At Smart VAR Summit

    Healthcare IT experts will present insider information for solutions providers at the Smart VAR Healthcare Summit, powered by ScanSource and Business Solutions, on August 21 at the Westin Chicago Northwest in Chicago, IL.

  9. The ONC’s Plan To Achieve Interoperable Health IT: Input Welcome

    While data lakes have been heralded as the end to many of the complications around interoperability difficulties, the reality remains that, interoperability will, and should be a priority for healthcare entities and the businesses that support them for the foreseeable future.

  10. Almost One-Fifth Of Higher Education IT Purchases Are Made Outside Of Central IT

    U.S. campuses are spending $4 billion annually on unmanaged, unmeasured investments.

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