After weeks of pandemic fear, unfathomable sickness and death, social...
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No one knows where the staggering unemployment figures will top out, how much the economy will plunge, or when it will recover, but there are some strategies businesses can employ to weather the storm.
In the age of social distancing and restricted retail, anything that reduces customer contact and helps shoppers avoid checkout lines is a winner. That’s why mPOS – mobile point of sale solutions – is transforming brick-and-mortar retail.
Given the current state of society during the coronavirus outbreak, it’s easy to imagine life...
If you need to find a way to keep the cash registers ringing and your business running during the health and economic crisis, using strategies like BOPIS and local delivery can keep a business alive.
Businesses running on Windows 7 have until January 14 to upgrade their operating systems to maintain security and payment card compliance.
Retail theft, fraud and cybercrime added up to $50.6 billion last year. Point of sale and video analytics can cut your losses. Is it time to upgrade your loss prevention technology?
Amazon’s delivery services have changed shopper’s expectations. Independent stores can use local deliver to boost business and earn new customers.
Although expansion is the goal of most businesses, knowing when it’s time is hard to recognize. Here are a few questions entrepreneurs need to ask before considering a second location.
Windows 7 is at its end of life. Microsoft will no longer update or support the operating system after January 14, 2020. While it may not seem like such a life-altering event for a 10-year-old software, consider that April 2019 figures from NetMarketShare, which tracks usage of web technologies, show that 36.43% of desktops and laptops still use the platform. For those users, it’s time to consider how you’ll do business after Windows 7 passes away.
When most people think of a cyberattack, they picture malicious malware or ransomware coming from...
E-commerce companies opening brick-and-mortar stores. Walmart and Target trying to become chic....