The Problem With Email

Email used to be simple. You sent an email, it got there. But that was back before hackers, scammers and phishers got into the email game and ruined it for everyone. Thanks to the daily onslaught of unwanted emails, email service providers have become more aggressive in flagging emails as …

Upgrade Cycles

INFONETICS has developed a reputation for offering new hardware technology at reasonable pricing without the need to replace softwares or peripheral devices. This is due, in large part, to INFONETICS early adoption of standard PC hardware technology. Many customers report that their former software vendor required a near complete repurchase …

INFOPAGE Forms System

The INFOPAGE forms imaging system generates actual forms as it prints Quotes, Invoices, Rental Invoices, Purchase Orders and Statements on a laserjet-compatible page printer. INFOPAGE eliminates the need for pre-printed forms thereby reducing forms stocking problems. Here's how it works. First, we typeset the equivalent of your existing pre-printed forms …

INFONETICS Gets Mouse & Touch Enabled

INFONETICS "classic" keyboard-oriented software has always provided an ultra-easy to use, fast and efficient user interface. Screens are easy to navigate, compact, and optimally tuned for keyboard data entry. Admittedly, novice/first-time users accustomed to typical "graphical" mouse-oriented software sometimes experience culture shock as they come to know our classic approach. …

ERAM – A New Backup Media

For decades, the venerable 1/4" tape served information technology managers well by providing reliable, affordable media for backing up important data files. This media has now begun giving way to the new kid on the block - ERAM. ERAM - Electronic Random Access Memory, also known as "Memory Sticks", has …

INFOPADs in the Pits

One of the very first deployments of the new INFOPAD mobile computer was not out in a warehouse doing physical inventory. It wasn't on the rear deck of a truck recording cylinder serial number barcodes or UPC barcodes off hardgoods as the driver made a delivery. It wasn't even on …