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Restaurants today are more and more dependent on network connectivity to conduct operations. Here’s how two fast-growing operators met the challenge.
A host of technologies including the Internet of Things, Smart Shelves, beacons and others are converging in the retail space to create the store of the future. Network connectivity is the glue that holds it all together.
Network architecture is leveraging 4G LTE, the cloud and SD-WAN to create a new way of managing the enterprise.
Software-defined networks, cloud management and LTE offer the ability to adapt a network to the changing workforce. Future Look: New Way to WAN for Enterprise People, Places & Things.
Parallel Networks allow retailers, financial institutions and branch offices to incorporate digital signage into their marketing efforts without risking sensitive customer information.
Far from becoming irrelevant, the brick-and-mortar store is increasingly serving as the stage on which a brand displays its identity. Key to putting on that display is a reliable connectivity solution.
The delivery of healthcare is changing rapidly. Organizations that delay in implementing new technologies, or make poor IT investments, might find themselves left in the dust.
High-end retail gas stations embrace Cradlepoint solutions to cut costs and optimize customer experience
PANDORA, an international jewelry retailer, was almost delayed opening one of its unique concept stores in Lancaster, PA because of an ISP strike. However, its outsourced IT expert, eMazzanti Technologies, packaged a technology solution that allowed the store to open on time.
Cradlepoint IBR600 and MBR1200 provide quick and easy deployment and ensure kiosks remain up and running.
Cradlepoint devices provide wireless backup of wired Internet connections for retail superstores in the Blinds To Go system.
Trends in Pop-up Retail: Innovative Merchandising Driven by Flexible, Dependable Mobile Connectivity
This paper explores the pop-up retail phenomenon, outlines the challenges and obstacles to successful implementation, and discusses existing, rapid-deployment solutions for connecting pop-up locations with mission-critical retail applications and the cloud.
Jackson-Hewitt Franchisee Speeds In-Store Retail Kiosk Deployment with Cradlepoint Network Solutions
During tax season, Jackson-Hewitt of northern Georgia offers tax preparation services in retail locations like Walmart and K-Mart. They set up temporary kiosks in these retail locations that require Internet access and phone service.
Commercial wireless networks RAN capacity and business considerations.
Internet-connected devices allow businesses to gather detailed information about their operations in real time, enabling them to make decisions that can benefit the bottom line.
Successful restaurant operators typically are skilled at serving great food, not managing IT infrastructure. A 4G LTE network can make the task of managing a restaurant's digital devices a breeze.
For businesses that rely on the Internet whether for point-of-sale (POS) and credit card processing, or for cloud-based business and productivity applications, or both non-stop availability is essential.
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