Brand New Cell Phone Point of Sale Solution https://youtu.be/m_nmNfHS9kM Cell Phone Point of sale - Optimize and Streamline your process and not only make the point of sale process quick and effortless but also error free. With one scan you can pull up the item and enter the cell phone IMEI#. NCR Counterpoint can provide you with an easy to use Point of Sale along with powerful Inventory control and Reporting you need to run your business efficiently. Give us a call or visit our office for a live demo to see how this solution can work you.
Burger King Guyana Once again, we’re in Guyana, completing yet another implementation of NCR Aloha, this time for Burger King the latest franchise by the Corum Group. We are delighted to have the honour of carrying out this installation. This installation will feature Aloha Quick Service and Aloha TakeOut. Read more about Burger King Guyana... Read more about NCR Aloha... NCR Terminals at Burger King Guyana. Opening day at Burger King Guyana.
Wagos Limited is pleased to announce our latest implementation of NCR Counterpoint retail software in Guyana at Foodmaxx Supermarket which is the newest addition to Giftland Mall. NCR Point of Sale equipment was also implemented among which included the state of the art XR5 POS Terminal. Earlier this year NCR Counterpoint was also implemented at the Giftronics electronics store at Giftland Mall. Read more about Foodmax and find out more about NCR Counterpoint
MELTDOWN AND SPECTRE BUGS What is the vulnerability? The vulnerability affects how systems isolate Data in memory (RAM). Exploiting this vulnerability could allow an attacker to gain access to data such as passwords, encryption keys, or potentially data from other virtual systems on the same server. Right now, there are two specific vulnerabilities being dubbed Meltdown and Spectre. Meltdown: This vulnerability is the easiest to exploit and the one getting the most attention. It primarily affects Intel Chipsets and is currently being addressed with operating system level patches from Microsoft, Apple and other companies. It works by using a method called "speculative execution" to infer values in protected memories. Spectre: This is a more generalized attack based on concepts like Meltdown and affect ARM and AMD processors in ways…