Data Collection & Mobility Articles

  1. Your Healthcare IT Clients Employees: Surprisingly Open To Workplace Wearables
    2/5/2015

    Your clients are likely inundated with exciting new advances and growth in the healthcare arena. It can be difficult for them to decide which technologies and initiatives would have real impact on their businesses, but thankfully, employee feedback can help get them going in a productive direction.

  2. Manufacturing And Warehousing IT News For VARs 2-4-15: IoT Opportunities
    2/4/2015

    In the news, your manufacturing IT clients could be seeking solutions that help control energy costs this year, and the IoT has potential for manufacturing, but it also creates a potential market for IT solutions providers to sell security solutions.

  3. How Will Tech Transform The Future For Your Law Enforcement Clients?
    2/4/2015

    Government Technology offers a list of law enforcement technology, stating, “From drones to flexible adaptive computing solutions, these are the top 10 trends you need to be prepared for …” VARs, too, should prepare for the technology their clients in law enforcement will be demanding.

  4. Can Biometric Technology Fight Back From Hacks With Fingerprint Photos?
    2/4/2015

    It turns out that hackers have figured out how to get past biometric fingerprint authentication by using photographs of a subject’s fingers and fingerprint identification software, according to Tech News World. But does this mean the idea of using the technology for secure authentication is over?

  5. AAFP Looks For Less Burden With Healthcare Solution Interoperability
    2/4/2015

    The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) is going to bat for its members and using commentary requested by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) to push for less of a burden from interoperability on providers.

  6. Will The Telemedicine Draft Bill Mean A Growing Market For VARs?
    2/4/2015

    Telemedicine is addressed in a draft bill being circulated by a working group of House Energy And Commerce Committee members, according to HIMSS.

  7. What Could YODA Mean For How IT Solutions Providers Sell Technology?
    2/4/2015

    In the fall, Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-Texas) introduced a bill that could have a universal impact regarding the resale of technology.  Called the You Own Devices Act (YODA), the bill addresses embedded software that is increasingly prevalent in telecommunications and technology.

  8. GS1 Performance Protocol Aims To Standardize Tagged-Item Requirements
    2/4/2015

    Standards group GS1 US has issued a new protocol outlining tagged-item requirements that assigns grades to EPC (electronic product code) ultrahigh-frequency UHF RFID tag specification and that standardizes testing.

  9. Government IT News For VARs 2-4-15: Enterprise Cloud Email, Cybersecurity Strategy And Education
    2/4/2015

    In the news, the U. S. Defense Department (DoD) is looking for a commercial enterprise email provider, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is serious about Wi-Fi blocking, and the Coast Guard is set to release an all-encompassing cybersecurity strategy. Also, Pennsylvania is set to open a cybersecurity training center.

  10. Field Service IT News For VARs 2-4-15: The Benefits Of Context-Aware Solutions, Rugged Devices, And GPS Tracking
    2/4/2015

    This week’s Field Service Roundup spotlights how a Phoenix company used GPS to help coordinate and track personnel at the Super Bowl, six rugged mobile device features that field service technicians feel they need, and how to increase the value of your fleet through social media.

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