Barcodes and RFID
2:20
4 Dec

inAni unveils VAR programme

inAni, a division of the Printer Distribution Company, will give the VAR a starter range of backup and demo equipment, depending on the verticals being targeted.

1:40

Star Micronics unveils omni-channel POS printing solutions

The point of sale printer includes five traditional and unique interfaces and multiple hub functionality. [Local rep: The Printer Distribution Company]

2:10

Newland ID and Tactile Technologies part ways

The time has come for Newland ID to go it alone, says Mauro Mercuri, group director.

6:30
22 Nov

Antalis optimises Embrace for growth, competitive advantage

Embrace lets Antalis create load schedules, delivery manifests, route and stop sequences, itemising the number of parcels and weight per invoice.

4:40

Gauteng turns to tech to stop public works corruption

The provincial infrastructure department unveils a biometrics system to reduce fraud and corruption in the Expanded Public Works Programme.

2:30

Arch Mobile makes receiving stock simple

To address challenges faced in goods receiving, Spinnaker has developed the Arch Mobile application, an extension of Arch Retail.

1:30

Ekurhuleni urges residents to collect smart IDs

The city calls on residents to collect their identity documents, as over 19 000 microchip-embedded cards gather dust at its home affairs office.

2:40

SA's fleet telematics firms eye massive gains

South Africa is a relatively mature telematics market and the penetration is comparably high, says Berg Insight.

3:20

Netskope report reveals top concern for I/PaaS deployments

The report reveals 71.5% of CIS Benchmark violations in AWS occur in the Identity and Access Management category.

3:50

Forcepoint reveals cyber security predictions for 2019

Fifty-eight percent of Forcepoint customers are actively looking for trustworthy providers with a strong reputation for security.

2:20
Nov 6, 2018

E-tolls are pro-poor, says ETC

Electronic tolling in Gauteng is reserved for wealthier South Africans who can afford to drive private motor vehicles, says the company.