The Death of RFID
 – Part 1

Two important anticipated updates coming in iOS 11
 may spell the end for RFID technologies used for print. History The roots of RFID technologies can be traced back to 1945 with the core commercial technology being developed in the 1970’s. RFID For Print For decades, print environments have leveraged employee issued RFID cards and 3rd party card…
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Mobile Printing Primer # 3: The Diagnosis Is Painful

Companies have spent the last decade trying to solve the mobile printing problem, producing multiple products. Despite the rush to enable mobile functionality for the enterprise, these products fall short of being flexible, secure, and scalable, and have ultimately created a confused and frustrated marketplace that is still looking for a single, integrated solution. Some…
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Doc Management and Easy Printing at East Haven Public Schools

East Haven Public Schools in Connecticut educates 5,500 students, preschool through high school, as well as an adult learning center. Since 2014, East Haven staff and students have been using Google Chromebooks to promote Common Core State Standards and technological literacy. Teachers are integrating technology into their students’ daily lives in order to foster problem-solving…
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