There is a shift in how businesses use technology. New applications, including Voice over IP VoIP phone systems, Cloud Based Email, File Sync & Sharing all require solid network infrastructure. According to a recent report from the Enterprise Strategy Group, Demonstrating SD-WAN Business Value: Rethinking WAN for a Modern Age, distributed organizations with multiple Remote Office/Branch Office (ROBO) locations may need to reduce unnecessary deployment and management of network infrastructure.
The market for Cloud Computing is maturing. According to Trends in Cloud Computing, a recent research report by the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), 90 percent claim using some form of Cloud Computing. In fact, the report provides insights that 43 percent of the Companies using Cloud Computing are migrating from one Public Cloud Provider to another for a variety of reasons including security, cost and open standards. Here are a few considerations for Cloud migration gleaned from the report.
It’s the end of an era in payment processing. Effective May 2017, NCR will no longer sell new large remittance processing scanners and will discontinue the manufacture of the iTran. Support will be made available on existing scanners until May 2022.
This follows the recent decision by Burroughs to discontinue the large Quantum scanners, which will be supported until March of 2020. With the loss of NCR and Burroughs the choice for large – high speed check scanners is significantly reduced, but you do have viable options.
The OPEX Falcon, a One Touch Opener/Extractor/Scanner is one and on the other end of the spectrum are desk top scanners for lower volumes manufactured by Canon and Digital Check.