According to aSacbee article, state and local agencies just aren’t ready for the mobile environment. The study revealed that people just don’t have the tools or systems in place in order to support a mobile environment. Not being prepared for mobile technology puts them at risk when it comes to natural disasters or a potential pandemic, so agencies have every right to be concerned about their unpreparedness. [Read more…]
Small businesses are relying increasingly on mobile devices due to the wide array of work apps on the market. Some organizations use Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies, allowing workers to use their personal technology for work purposes. Other organizations prefer to keep their data and hardware in house. Both options present a variety of challenges to companies that are trying to protect their data while maintaining a budget. Here are four considerations to make before your move forward with your data management strategies. [Read more…]
It seems like there are endless mobile point-of-sale options appearing in digital app marketplaces. From the tried-and-true Square app to professional rigs like LightSpeed, new businesses have countless options to choose from.
However, the startup app company known as Flint is creating ripples in the mobile point-of-sale world, with its quiet but innovative launch on October 17. Flint was able to raise a hefty $6 million in funding before the release of the Android app, and it looks like Flint may be on the rise as a mobile payment star in the app arena. [Read more…]