This year I ended up with several BestBuy gift cards that accumulated into real value — enough that I could buy something fun. I decided on a smartwatch. After researching the watches available at BestBuy, I narrowed it down to these two (based strictly on looks and Android-compatibility): Huawei Moto 360 Next, I researched general pros/cons online… Read More »
So, you want to print custom labels from an iPad (or Android tablet, phone, whatever)? We recently finished this exact project. Here’s how we did it… First, a little background: our custom labels are price labels we print for our customers. The labels must contain the following: The retail price (not the price we charge… Read More »
Today’s tech story is about do-it-yourself integration between a legacy system and a cloud application.There is no budget for this project. We are trying to migrate our sales reps away from their 7-year-old PDA infrastructure to something that works with their existing iPads. We found handshake-app.com and it appealed to us for several reasons…
I have a binary clock in my office. It was a Christmas gift from Dad (I come from a long line of geeks!). It’s a nice conversation starter. I’ve found that people either immediately love it or hate it. This post aims to explain the basics of binary, with the intent to teach you how to read a binary clock. If it works and you ever visit my office, please show off your knowledge by reading the clock!
I’ve never worked on a Sonicwall firewall, but we’ll be gaining one shortly. This weekend, we’re moving a data center from Vermont to PA and incorporating it into our existing data center. We have very little documentation — none really. So we don’t know the traffic requirements for the data center we are inheriting. The… Read More »
Wordpress memory error? Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 30720 bytes) in . . . wp-admin/includes/plugin.php on line 606. These tips may help.
Manhattan Associates Warehouse Management System (WMS) is listed as a “leader” in Gartner’s recent Magic Quadrant for warehouse management systems. I have brief (but INTENSE) experience with Manhattan WMS. One of the reasons it’s such a good WMS is that it keeps track of inventory throughout the warehouse. When a product is received, it’s “on… Read More »