Effortlessly manage your fleet of thermal barcode printers for tighter control and greater outcomes. This paper covers challenges like problematic provisioning, security headaches and muddled monitoring.
Stay ahead of risks inherent in modern connectivity, mobile integration and securing thermal barcode printers. This paper helps you leverage your IT know-how, by evaluating common security risks and tightening control with remote device management systems.
Mantenha-se à frente dos riscos inerentes à conectividade moderna, à integração móvel e à segurança das impressoras térmicas de código de barras. Este documento ajuda você a aproveitar seu know-how de TI, avaliando riscos comuns de segurança e aumentando o controle com sistemas de gerenciamento remoto de dispositivos.
Gerencie sem esforço sua frota de impressoras de código de barras térmicas para maior controle e melhores resultados. Este documento aborda desafios como provisionamento problemático, dores de cabeça de segurança e monitoramento confuso.
Gestione sin esfuerzo su flota de impresoras térmicas de códigos de barras para un control más estricto y mayores resultados. Este artículo cubre desafíos como aprovisionamiento problemático, dolores de cabeza de seguridad y monitoreo confuso.
Manténgase a la vanguardia de los riesgos inherentes a la conectividad moderna, la integración móvil y la seguridad de las impresoras térmicas de códigos de barras. Este documento le ayuda a aprovechar sus conocimientos técnicos de TI, evaluando los riesgos comunes de seguridad y reforzando el control con los sistemas de administración de dispositivos remotos.
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In the age of evolving shopper expectations and technology advancements, the global retail industry is in the midst of a profound shift in retail operations. To gain a deeper understanding of retailers’ focus, concerns and investment plans, Zebra conducted a global research study across a wide spectrum of retail segments, including: specialty stores, department stores, apparel merchants, supermarkets, electronics, home improvement and drugstore chains. The results of this study are shared in this 2017 Retail Vision Study.
Founded in 1898, the department store chain The Bon-Ton Stores has a long history of innovation. One of the largest regional department store operators in the United States, the retailer is constantly implementing new strategies and technologies to improve customer service in all of its sales channels – beginning with enhancing the customer’s experience on the sales floor.
Higher education has come under increasing scrutiny as never before due to rising costs, changes in future job requirements, and new forms of learning opportunities offered by non-traditional companies and institutions. Students and parents are rightfully questioning the value of higher education based on perceived outcomes as well as staggering student loans that in some cases could take a lifetime to pay back. While the value equation debate rages on, there is another phenomenon taking place. It is nothing short of a revolution regarding the advances in technology and how institutions of higher learning along with nontraditional organizations are utilizing these powerful new tools. These new tools include new mobile devices, enhanced and feature-rich learning management systems, data-feeding sensors, 3D printers, smart classrooms, smart buildings, and collaboration tools allowing students and faculty to collaborate just about anywhere face-to-face, virtually.
Enterprise mobility management suites enable organizations to integrate and manage mobile devices in their IT infrastructures. End-user computing leaders must act amid rapid market changes to reach both short-term and long-term enterprise mobility objectives.
UEM is not limited to PCs, tablets and smartphones. Smart devices, broadly grouped as part of the IoT, will increasingly become included in UEM. Devices such as Apple TVs, printers and smartwatches are identifiable examples of IoT devices managed by EMM tools. However, not all IoT objects will fall under the realm of EMM tools. Some devices may be managed directly by manufacturers. Other types of devices will have proprietary management tools. And many devices will not need to be managed at all. However, it is clear that the diversity and number of devices will continue to grow, and IT organizations must be ready.