This is the sixth part in a series of blog posts looking at integrating Zebra Android devices as IoT clients in a public cloud infrastructure. For other posts in this series, please see the links below:
Hi Everyone, I’m back with another installment of Printing for Dummies. Week after week we get questions about how to print data from a webpage to a local printer. Over the course of time, we've come up with a number of solutions and I thought I would take the opportunity to share them.
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RFID has been around for a while and Zebra has always been at the forefront of this technology. Despite it's great promise, it's been a very slow technology to take off. Now that IoT has jumped the gap, RFID technology is catching up as a good, inexpensive way to enable unique locationing, a critical part of IoT. Zebra has recently announced a few new RFID encoding products to market that we thought might fit your solutions.
News of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency's leaked security documents sent Android and iOS developers scrambling this week, and both groups have responded. Almost lost in the shuffle was IBM's big-data array, which boasts 200,000 hard drives.
While Apple is looking to beef up its menu of red meat for the enterprise, Google wants to cleave off a section of the messaging market that Apple has been hogging for years. Microsoft, meanwhile, is patching a major hole in its browser code while prepping for a major Visual Studio launch.