When you have a POS Software in your stores, it comes with the complexity of having to deal with the new system in your stores. Apart from this, you will also have to make sure that all POS you have I the stores stays updated with all the necessary data it has. You will also have to update the software whenever it’s available or just upgrade it so as to ensure that your system keeps running correctly throughout its operation.
The web-based system software offers the people with the pos machines an excellent platform that eliminates the issue of having to cross-platform compatibility. You won’t have to deal with the risk of deploying each and every POS system in every of the POS that you are planning to upgrade. Read the rest of this entry »
Linquet (pronounced Linket) is the easiest and most comprehensive anti-loss solution. All you need is to install our Free App and link Linquets to your Smartphone through Bluetooth. Hands down one of the smartest and coolest new inventions going. When your phone or any Linquet goes out-of-range (e.g. leaving home without your wallet) Both your phone and your valuable will alarm, preventing you from forgetting or losing your stuff. Additionally, in rare cases where you donâ€™t hear the alarm, Linquet uploads both time and location to the cloud, giving you the power to find your phone and valuables afterwards. Read the rest of this entry »
Last week, I reviewed some Firefox tips and tricks. Due to popular demand, today I’m going to outline some must have extensions for Google’s rising superstar: Google Chrome.
1. AdBlock: Like the one on Firefox, my favorite extension is available on Chrome. All modern browsers have built-in pop up blockers. That’s fine and all, but how about getting just the web content itself. No stupid banner ads. No offerings to lure your kids’ small attention spans (if you have kids). It’s almost like a “stupid” blocker. You won’t get in trouble by clicking on a link with huge tits flashing because you won’t ever see it.
2. Google Translate: Scouring the web for relevant information is usually like a treasure hunt. You find some good things and some shitty things. When you land on a page that’s in another language, you’re all like “Oh fuck” and plan to leave. But wait, don’t leave just yet. In the tech world, leaks are always coming out of China or Russia or some obscure forum somewhere. Use Google Translate to help you out. After setting your default language, Google Translate will automatically pop up in a little unobtrusive bar at the top of your browser when you visit a page that is not in your default language. It’ll ask you if you want to translate the page, and you can pick from many different languages. It’s perfect for the language-challenged. I once used it to translate a page about a dog and a bunny. It turns out the dog and bunny were, like, lovers or something… Read the rest of this entry »