Someone wise once said that life only moves forward, and this also applies to technology. The landscape changes quicker than ever, and will only continue to do so. That requires us to be constantly on our feet and embrace the change, so we have a chance to grow too.
Resco.next 2018 is over and as the photos can prove, it was an eventful two days. We hope you enjoyed yourself and will join us next time, when we come to Rome. But for the time being, how did we perceive the event? Who were some of the new faces you could have seen at the event, and what did they think about it?
We’ve already discussed audience demographics and topic blocks for this year’s resco.next. We strive to make the event bigger and better every year, making sure our attendees leave with practical knowledge about implementing mobility (and good networking memories). To help us make this happen, the following speakers have kindly agreed to share their experiences with Resco.
With increasing internet coverage and the growing need for remote workers, Bring-Your-Own-Device programs naturally became the next step in the technological landscape. In this article, we will look at the state of BYOD today, address one of its biggest challenges, security, and provide you with concrete tips on how to improve security of your BYOD program, with the help of Resco.
Barcode scanning speeds up the ordering and search process while minimizing the possibility of human error. These advantages already make it a widely used feature, but there may still be room for finding more possibilities to utilize it. We have prepared a few scenarios where barcode scanning could prove beneficial to you. Continue reading