Taylor Data Systems

Superior Solutions. Proven Results.

(877) 331-7427 ASK A QUESTION
  YouTube TDS|MCE


Advantages of Using an Industrial Touch Computer: Zebra’s TC56

Since the advent of industrial mobile computing, companies have traditionally used rugged, handheld mobile computers with built-in keypads. But the smartphone revolution has led to new industrial touch screen computers with smartphone-style form factors that enable greater mobile productivity. In this article, we take a look at one of the latest industrial touch mobile computers from Zebra Technologies, and the advantages this type of device can bring to the improvement of enterprise workflows.

read more

4 Tips to Prevent Cyber Attacks

October is National Cyber Security Awareness month, so it’s a good time to plan and evaluate the level of protection on your network, and hardware connected to the network like smartphones and mobile computing devices, to protect your data from possible threats. The number of attacks is alarming and affecting massive numbers of consumers and businesses alike. The use of malware is growing rapidly year after year. And it seems as we work harder to detect and prevent attacks, the malware programs get more and more sophisticated.

read more

3 Benefits of Mobile Device Management

When dealing with a fleet of mobile devices – large or small – the IT department’s goal is to simplify as much of the management of the fleet as possible. This means finding a solution that will aid in resolving user issues quickly, track whereabouts of a remote device, and make it easy to maintain them (think software upgrades, device configuration, regular maintenance, and so on). It’s also a convenient and secure way to keep track of resources users access and locating/securing lost devices.

read more

Migrating from 3G to LTE with Zebra’s TC56 Touch Computer

Many businesses are still relying on 3G networks for voice and data communications on their handheld mobile computers, but soon that’s going to change. Major wireless network service providers are starting to shut down their support for 3G networks and devices, and that means companies need to have a strategy for upgrading their devices and switching to 4G LTE networks.

read more

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.

read more

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.

read more

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.

read more

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.

read more

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.

read more

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.

read more