White Papers & Case Studies

  1. Rochester Police Department Cuts Crime By 80% With Help From Serverless Computing
    4/15/2013

    Rochester Police Department cuts crime by 80% with help from Pivot3 serverless computing.

  2. Steering The Way To More Reliable Storage For In-Car Video Systems
    4/15/2013

    Placer County purchased three Pivot3 DataBanks with 36 terabytes of capacity. The DataBanks reside in a single rack, together with two switches and a server running the Pivot3 storage management software.

  3. Sea-Tac Airport Reduces Power And Cooling With Serverless Computing
    4/15/2013

    Pivot3® reduces power and cooling to help the Sea-Tac Airport fulfill its mission: “Where a Sustainable World Is Headed.”

  4. Retail Chain Manages Liability With IP Security
    4/15/2013

    Spec’s Wine, Spirits and Finer Foods manages liability with IP security—high availability system relies on virtualization from Pivot3®.

  5. The Creek Nation Casino Meets Strict Surveillance Gaming Regulation With IP Video
    4/15/2013

    Pivot3® deals out high-performance to meet strict surveillance gaming regulations.

  6. Pivot3 Ensures Video Evidence Is Admissible In Court To Reduce Crime
    4/15/2013

    Pivot3® ensures video evidence is admissible in court to reduce crime.

  7. Software Developers Gain Unique Value-Add Tied To Merchant Processing
    4/4/2013

    DonateWiseNOW is a first-to-market technology enabling micro-donations during card transactions at the POS for SMB merchants. For software developers, this functionality is a way to differentiate and earn additional recurring revenue from donations made.

     

     

     
  8. 14 Tips For Speeding Up Your POS System
    2/15/2013

    In the Feb. 2013 issue of Business Solutions magazine, we worked with Greg Nelson, VP and CTO of GENESIS POS to test all-in-one POS terminals. During his speed tests, Nelson found that some units had performance issues not based on the hardware, but the settings in the operating system and drivers. After spending some time making tweaks to the systems, Nelson found the units performed on par with the speediest in the roundup.

    Manufacturers involved in the testing and readers have contacted us to learn exactly what changes Nelson made to improve the performance of the systems. Following are his notes.

    Warning
    If you are an end-user (store or restaurant owner, employee, manager, etc.) or someone not technologically adept, you should consult with your technology provider before making any of these changes. Additionally, you should speak with your software provider to ensure you’re not changing things that will adversely affect their software.

  9. Using Mobile Point Of Sale Solutions To Enhance The Customer Experience
    1/22/2013

    The process of checking out in a store hasn’t changed much since the 1950s: Shoppers choose the merchandise they want to purchase and then approach fixed counters and store associates to pay for the items.

  10. The Emergence & Implications Of EMV
    1/14/2013

    This white paper by Marc Castrechini, Director of Software Development at Merchant Warehouse takes a look at EMV – an acronym for Europay, MasterCard, and Visa – a chip-based standard for consumer payment systems.