Published By: Fujitsu
Published Date: Feb 01, 2018
Communities rely on their local policemen and policewomen to keep them safe, protect their property and preserve the peace. But few citizens really understand the dangers that officers face every day, especially patrolling and answering calls in vehicles or on foot. While their training provides them with tactics and procedures, situations and individuals are unpredictable. Devices such as computers and tablets make these tactics possible.
From accidents to health emergencies, domestic violence to theft and assaults, police must perform in high-stress, volatile environments and make the right decisions in seconds. And in today’s digital world, everything they do may be recorded and posted online.
Intel inside, powerful productivity outside.
Even with the rise of digital payments, cash is still a popular form of payment. According to the Federal Reserve, consumers use cash to pay for nearly one-third of all retail transactions.
For many retailers, a completely "cashless society" is nowhere in sight. Cash management remains one of the most important aspects of managing a retail operation, particularly at quick service restaurants (QSRs) and convenience stores, where transactions are smaller and cash is a preferred method of payment. This white paper, Boost Profitability by Automating Cash, sponsored by Fiserv and Fast Casual, details the steps to manage cash properly and boost profit for your business.
Uncover the top reasons and flexible options to automate your cash management.
• Time savings
• Theft deterrence
• Higher accuracy
• Better customer service
• Real-time data
In an age of constant cyber threat, security for financial services firms must go beyond playing defense. Experts from IBM and the Federal Reserve explain what a culture of Digital Trust looks like and how to build it.
Published By: Dell EMEA
Published Date: Aug 28, 2019
When it comes to longevity, nobody can hold a candle to Dell. Not only do our machines have the capability, manageability and security features that are trusted by IT, but they are designed for long lifecycles, thereby reducing waste and recycling costs. Small wonder they’ve been around for so long.
That’s the past, but what about the futuristic features? Latitude 7400 2-in-1 uses Dell’s new ExpressSign-in to detect users’ presence, wake the system in about one second, and scan for facial recognition to log them in with Windows Hello. Users can just sit down at their desk and start working – without control-alt-delete or even reaching for the power button. In fact, it is the world’s first PC to use a proximity sensor enabled by Intel® Context Sensing Technology. When users step away for a break, Latitude will recognize they’ve left and lock itself to preserve battery life and maintain security.
Download this whitepaper to learn more about Dell solutions powered by Intel®.
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