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iPad is being adapted for use in Buffalo Wild Wings Restaurants
Added by John Poole of Computer Assistant
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Rapid tablet adaptation by restaurants creates hundreds of new technician installation jobs nationwide. Computerassistant is actively pursuing tablet installation projects from nationwide restaurant chains. From ComputerWorld: Ever since the iPad was introduced two years ago, its potential to revolutionize the restaurant industry has been widely touted, with some restaurants already moving to replace their traditional point-of-sale devices with iPads and companies such as Square seeking to fill that need. And while iPads in restaurants have been catching on here and there, the concept could be ripe for major expansion if a pilot program from restaurant chain Buffalo Wild Wings proves worthwhile. As detailed ... View More
Added by Michael Cummins of Computer Assistant
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
App47, a Northern Virginia-based provider of advanced enterprise mobile application management services, recently announced its partnership with CloudLink, an Austin, Texas, company that connects Android tablets to strategic applications and cloud services. The two companies have collaborated to equip tablets with innovative content and capabilities at the manufacturing level by preloading the devices with a customized toolbox featuring best-of-breed applications and cloud solutions. “We’re looking forward to launching the solution platform within the next few weeks,” said CloudLink founder Brandon Frye. “CloudLink empowers our tablet partners with the ability to differentiate in a competitive marketplace, ... View More
A Tablet in Every Room
Added by Michael Cummins of Computer Assistant
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
One of Apple’s most interesting marketing slogans was “Think Different.” Steve Jobs purposely used this phrase to get people’s attention (some have questioned whether it uses correct grammar or not) and drive home a message about looking at the world from a different perspective. In this case, Jobs was pushing one of Apple’s key ideas that people can change the world. And if you know anything about Apple’s history, you know that Jobs and his team believed Apple’s own mission was to use technology to change the world. To Apple’s credit, their technology has been world-changing in the sense that products like the iPod, iPhone and more recently, the iPad, have made technology easier ... View More