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Main Benefits of Adopting E-Citation

by The Source July 28, 2011 Government

Guest Contributor: Dan Bodnar, Director of Product Management, Intermec Intermec has long been helping public sector organizations do more with less. With declining budgets and increasing demand for services, public sector organizations are under more pressure to tighten processes and spend tax dollars wisely. Police are among a growing list of public sector organizations that are […]

A Proud Moment for ScanSource – Wireless in Education

by The Source July 26, 2011 Government

Government Source has done several blog posts and tweets and even hosted a web seminar a few weeks back all about Wireless Infrastructure in Education.  You’ve heard about new installations across the US and we all know the benefits to learning when students have a wireless environment.  Wireless in Education is not going to be […]

7 questions to ask customers when selling wireless to the education market

by The Source July 22, 2011 Government
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On June 28th, Government Source collaborated with Motorola Solutions to host a web seminar called Motorola’s Wireless Solutions for 21st Century Learning.  Our presenter, Brandon Williams from Motorola, was a wonderful speaker and was so helpful and informative.  Please take some time to watch this presentation if you have any interest in selling to education […]

Improve DoD asset management efficiency by adopting IUIDs

by The Source July 14, 2011 Government

Guest Contributor: Zebra Technologies Improve DoD Asset Management Efficiency The adoption of item unique identification numbers (IUIDs) is moving slower than expected. Since 2004, the Department of Defense (DoD) required that all newly requisitioned government furnished property be marked with IUID. The DoD’s 60,000-plus suppliers must mark their products, but only a small number are […]

New York City provides free wireless internet in public parks

by The Source June 30, 2011 Government
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New York City has teamed up with AT&T to provide free public WiFi in many of the city parks.  Park-goers will be able to enjoy the outdoors and relax at the park while connected to the internet.  I think this is a huge benefit to the residents and visitors of New York City.  As a visitor […]

It’s busy season for Public Sector. Is YOUR company ready to compete?

by Cory Patrick June 6, 2011 Government

Public sector’s busy season is here and ScanSource wants to make sure you have the resources you need to succeed in this highly budget and security-sensitive vertical. As an established leader in mobility, core network infrastructure, and network security, Cisco offers innovative, validated products that are highly scalable, secure, and easy to use. And as […]

3 Benefits of eCitation Solutions for Law Enforcement: Print Tickets, Deliver Efficiency

by The Source June 2, 2011 AIDC
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The Huntsville Times recently ran an article on how the Huntsville, AL Police department plans on using upwards of $862,000 in federal grant money on new equipment, technology, and training.  In conjunction with the Madison County Sheriffs and District Attorney’s office (with whom they will split a small percentage), the money will bring much needed […]

College Dorm Rooms are Going High-Tech

by The Source May 9, 2011 Government

Motorola’s AP6511 provides a reliable and affordable wi-fi option for college dorm rooms These days college students expect to have internet connectivity in their dorm rooms as much as they expect to have cable television. Many dorm rooms are equipped with two network drops per room. This is an OK option for students using a […]

Do I need a GSA schedule? Helpful information about selling to the government.

by The Source April 28, 2011 Government

GSA is the General Services Administration.  Many government offices buy products off of a GSA schedule.  You  may be wondering, “Do I need to get a GSA schedule?”  We have hosted a web seminar to help you answer that question.  There are several details that go into making that decision about whether getting GSA schedule […]

Safe Carpool Line Pickup With RFID and Digital Signage

by The Source April 21, 2011 Digital Signage

Children are one of America’s most precious resources and we want to keep them safe. With recent budget cuts to schools, there are fewer teachers and the teacher to child ratio is askew. With fewer teachers and administrators and more students, the likelihood of mistakes in the carpool line is increased. It must be a […]