The Barcode Warehouse deploys ServiceNow to streamline managed services

Computer Weekly

Customisation of cloud-based tool has enabled ruggedised mobile devices company to streamline its business processes

How Smartphones Help With Physical Inventory Count

IT Toolbox

Use smartphones, barcode scanning and back-end cloud software to make physical inventory counts and stocktaking fast and error free

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IDG Contributor Network: Amazon Go has tremendous potential — once it fixes a few things

ComputerWorld IT Management

There's no scanning labels or barcodes and absolutely nothing resembling a checkout lane. Amazon last week introduced a new approach to in-store technology and strategy, with its Amazon Go experiment. On the plus side, it offers a vision of the possible, with shoppers taking a few seconds to check in to a store on their phone and then they grab what they want off the shelves and exit the store.

Stealing payment card data and PINs from POS systems is dead easy

Network World

They typically run Windows and have peripherals like keyboards, touch screens, barcode scanners and card readers with PIN pads. Many of the large payment card breaches that hit retail and hospitality businesses in recent years were the result of attackers infecting point-of-sale systems with memory-scraping malware. But there are easier ways to steal this sort of data, due to a lack of authentication and encryption between card readers and the POS payment applications.

IDG Contributor Network: Apple stands alone in controlling the in-store experience

Computerworld Vertical IT

Its mobile payment app simply displays a picture of the Starbucks card barcode. When it comes to redefining the brick-and-mortar shopping experience, no major retailer even approaches what Apple has done with the Apple Store. The Apple Store had real mobile payments long before anyone else, as well as in-aisle payments, long before anyone else. (To To this day, Starbucks, which often proclaims itself as a mobile payments leader, offers neither.

Traveling (Part 2) - A Screw's Loose

A Screw's Loose

No matter where I am, it becomes much easier to find the numbers from the app (which will display the barcode if there is one to be scanned) then to have a keychain or wallet filled with all the different cards. About. Standard Disclaimer. A Screw's Loose. Traveling (Part 2).