SDG Systems Enhances EPX Barcode Framework for Android, Adding Code Reader Driver Support

Scanners may be connected to and controlled from the USB port of the Poynt payment terminal. Developers can integrate with the Poynt terminal using a licensed driver and free SDK from SDG Systems. For un-tethered convenience, support for Bluetooth-connected Code Scanners, like the CR2300, is planned. The driver is expected to support full bi-directional communication.


Thin Client news – IGEL appoints Michael Murphy to grow thin client business in Scotland – Newscom

New Regional Manager looks to appoint new Scottish reseller specialists with Public Sector and Oil & Gas expertise Reading, UK. June 2nd, 2015 – IGEL Technology today announced the appointment of Michael Murphy to grow its thin client business in Scotland. Michael, with more than 12 years of Scottish and international IT industry experience, will(…)

Source: – Infor Announces Industry Application Suites in the Cloud

Infor Announces Industry Application Suites in the Cloud


Infor, a leading provider of business application software serving more than 70,000 customers, today announced Infor CloudSuiteTM, the first group of industry-specific application suites available on Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) cloud. Infor CloudSuite provides beautiful software with deep industry functionality and a flexible, subscription-based delivery model that significantly reduces upfront IT expenditure. – See more at:

Learn How a School in The Netherlands Built a Digital Signage Network with Limited Resources and a Great Partner – Rise Vision

Two years ago Jeroen, a school principal in a Dutch school district, introduced the idea of switching to the Google cloud, and getting students to use Chromebooks. Today he and a colleague are able to keep 300 Chromebook devices up to date in less than a half hour per week. Jeroen, continued to lead improving…


Thin Client – Will Microsoft Ever Let DaaS Out of the Box? Maybe — Redmond Channel Partner

Michael Fraser laid out the case in these pages a year ago for how Microsoft could shift its licensing to enable Desktop as a Service in the next year or two. We caught up with Fraser for a largely discouraging update on progress in the last year.


“Microsoft should understand that if they were to offer the ability to do a Windows client OS on SPLA, it’s not going to hurt them. Hopefully, they’ll make that change. If something isn’t done within the next 12 to 18 months, people are going to move on past the desktop.”

Michael Fraser, Founder and CEO, VDI Space Inc.

digital sign – Learn how Kamado Grille brought the fun of an outdoor cookout inside, and used technology to create a whole new dining experience. – Rise Vision

What is a Kamado grill? “A traditional Japanese wood- or charcoal-fired earthen vessel used as a stove or oven.” -Wikipedia Photo source: Kamado Grille is a restaurant based in Raleigh North Carolina founded by two…


The U.S. computer industry is dying and I’ll tell you exactly who is killing it and why – I, Cringely

We’ve lost consumer electronics, half of the automotive industry, millions of manufacturing jobs, and we’re about to lose our computer industry, too.


The biggest problem being transformation by ibm and hp hasn’t been able to capitalize on smaller appliance lower margin computing.

Thin client – Activist hedge fund sends open letter to Citrix, claims their execution is “terribly poor.”

Yesterday Elliott Management, a hedge fund firm that owns 7.1% of Citrix’s stock, sent an open letter to Citrix’s board of directors claiming that Citrix is inefficient and lacks focus.


Yesterday Elliott Management, a hedge fund firm that owns 7.1% of Citrix’s stock, sent an open letter to Citrix’s board of directors claiming that Citrix is inefficient and lacks focus.

Light Client Biometric Payment – Google’s Android Fingerprint Sensor Comes With Swedish Touch

Last week, during its yearly and awaited developer conference in San Francisco, Google unveiled Android M, which will be available to the public next


Android M’s fingerprint sensors were developed in cooperation with Swedish Fingerprint Card (FPC). The fingerprint sensor will enable app developers to take advantage of fingerprint sensors securely, eliminating the need for PIN codes or passwords to identify and verify the user.

According to Reuters, Fingerprint shares jumped to a record high at 5.1 percent by 0724 GMT last Friday. Jörgen Lantto, President and Chief Executive Officer of FPC, mentioned during the conference that Fingerprint’s forecast of revenue exceeds $177 million in 2015. Morevoer, he is convinced that the launch of Android M will contribute to the fingerprint sensors’ market growth in 2016, possibly even earlier.

Light Client Biometric Payment – Chase Bank Embraces TouchID |

Across the payments and banking space, there’s been one type of tech that is becoming almost second nature for consumers: fingerprint TouchID. Now, Chase has


As for other notable card networks that have embraced TouchID, American Express already had updated its app to accept the tech last December, when it announced Touch ID was now supported for Amex commercial cards as well as personal account

Google Will Launch Android Pay At I/O Developer Conference |

In two days, thousands of developers, tech enthusiasts, journalists will converge for Google’s annual I/O developer conference. This event is where everyone’s


Android Pay will allow businesses to add mobile payments as an option to their apps, to which users can upload credit card or debit card information with the goal of making transactions single-tap affairs.  The Android Pay API will also allow firms that adopt it to include tap-to-pay transactions in brick-and-mortar stores – leveraging Google’s Host Card Emulation (HCE), which makes it easier for third-party apps to take advantage of Android phones’ Near Field Communications (NFC) chips.

Testing The 12-inch MacBook’s Performance with Windows 10 – Alex King


So maybe it’s ironic that in some regards, the new MacBook runs Windows 10 (a prerelease version, at that) better than it runs OS X. But it’s a testament to two things: Apple’s fantastic MacBook hardware, which is forward-thinking yet surprisingly agile; and Microsoft’s excellent Windows software, which entices and excites with its beautiful interface, useful new features, and rock-solid UI transitions. I’m excited to keep Windows 10 installed on this machine, both now as a preview, and later once the final version is installed. Even hardened OS X diehards owe it to themselves to give it a try.

thin client computing