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The subject of working smarter with LP technology was addressed at the Retail Council of Canada’s annual Loss Prevention Forum, held virtually April 12.
It might be surprising, but the original purpose of the cash register was to stop theft. The inventor was James Ritty, a saloonkeeper in Dayton, Ohio.
If you’re debating a technology change because of underperformance, end of life, cybersecurity concerns, or availability, the first decision you’ll need to make is choosing the right platform.
Let’s continue this exploration of the past to discover the success of the future. In Part 2, we review e-commerce, smartphones, and robots. Now ubiquitous in our lives, how did they get their start and what can we expect in the future?
Three years after the last regularly scheduled ISC West, the massive physical security conference returned to Las Vegas last week, March 22-25, bigger and better than ever.
Agilence announced a new case management application designed to streamline, simplify, and speed up incident investigations and accident inquiries.
Today’s barcode started out as a finger drawing on Miami Beach by inventor John Woodland in the late 1940s. The inspiration was a frustrated supermarket manager.
ISC West is right around the corner—March 22-25 in Las Vegas—and as the first regularly scheduled version of the conference in three years, excitement is at an all-time high.
Through a sleek new dashboard, SecureStat 360 tracks, manages, and reports on a product’s full spectrum of records, from deployment to replacement.
As the obstacles that retail environments face become more complex, the solutions used to secure those environments need to follow suit.