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What is Compliance Labeling?

Compliance labels are those with printed information, logos, and/or barcoding for a product with specific standards based on its respective industry. In some cases, these labels must meet specifications or regulations set by applicable government agencies like the USDA or universal safety organizations like OSHA. These standards have been created to ensure safety, quality and efficiency, and found to be prevalent in the food, drug and automotive industries.

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Light Industrial Duty, Superior Durability: The ScanPal EDA60K

Honeywell recently launched a great new mobile computer for light-duty industrial applications in back-end retail environments, distribution centers, e-commerce and other inventory warehouse applications. The ScanPal™ EDA60K Handheld Computer is the latest model in Honeywell’s ScanPal family, with next generation technology to provide longevity and ease-of-use in demanding applications.

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Is RFID the right choice for my warehouse?

In order to determine whether or not RFID is right for your environment, the first step is to understand what RFID is and what it can do for you. In a nutshell, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology operates in a similar way to barcode technology. RFID automatically captures and stores data on virtually anything – inventory, finished goods, company assets, and more.

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3 Reasons Why Connected Workers are Productive Workers

The secret to success in warehousing is improving worker productivity. Technology innovations in barcode scanning, industrial printing and mobile computing over the last two decades have enabled businesses to speed up transactions, increase accuracy, and make more informed decisions. Here are the top three reasons why workers who are connected through their technology have become more competitive in their market, increasingly profitable, and able to satisfy customer requirements more readily.

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Moving to 4G – Verizon non-LTE EOL

Mobile carriers such as Verizon are always working to improve their technology, especially when it comes to speed and security. As far back as 2012, Verizon began phasing out its 3G networks for consumer devices in favor of 4G and the upcoming 5G.

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An Industry Approach to Android

Recently, Microsoft announced that it is discontinuing support for its Windows CE and Windows Handheld mobile operating systems. While this news has been disconcerting, there is no need to panic. Microsoft has given plenty of advanced warning, so its customers can find and deploy alternatives.

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Making IT More Manageable

Is your IT department overwhelmed by equipment maintenance, upgrades and service tickets? Are they struggling to manage immediate priorities of the business due to time spent supporting network, hardware and software issues?

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Mobility Edge — Your Mobility Next Best Friend

In more recent years, the value of using mobile devices in the enterprise has become crystal clear. The ability to carry out business operations at the point of work is extremely effective from a cost, productivity and safety standpoint.

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5 Tips for Choosing a Mobile Computer

Choosing the right industrial mobile computer for your business is a particularly important task, since the right device can provide efficient operations and high productivity—while the wrong one may result in excessive downtime, high costs and endless frustration. Making the best selection for rugged mobile computer revolves around 5 key factors…

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