A Microspace Digital Signage Case Study

When your digital signage or kiosk application has network security, bandwidth, or infrastructure challenges, choosing the right networking technology and technology partner is critical. Eric Kriemelmeyer, owner of FASTSIGNS® of Waldorf, Maryland, had this exact challenge with a project being proposed by a Maryland State Committee.

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: Microspace Communication Corp.




Connectivity for Content Delivery

Connectivity is the ‘unsung hero’ of digital signage, enabling the inherent benefits of the medium, delivering the right message at the right time, in the right location, to the right audience. Media delivery, file forwarding and system monitoring all depend on taking a reliable, scalable and cost-effective approach to connectivity.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: Microspace Communication Corp.




The Official Guide: Choosing your Point of Sale

Owning a business is not easy. Business owners rely on efficient tools to help run every aspect of their business, from finances to operations. These business tools can start from simple paper and pen to cash registers to tablet-based Point of Sale (POS) systems.

Type: Guide

Sponsor: Revel Systems


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Food truck growth goes full throttle: Part 2 - costs and challenges

Businesses and individuals driven by a passion for serving all types of food are recognizing the opportunity to launch a food truck. While these entrepreneurs hail from a variety of backgrounds, they all face the challenges of having sufficient capital, defining their niche, establishing a solid business strategy and executing it.

Food truck growth goes full throttle: Part 1

This four-part series explores the successes and challenges of the food truck industry, which has grown by 12.4 percent over the past five years. It's now worth $650 million and should hit $2.7 billion this year.

A 'post mortem': Looking back at 2016's hard-learned lessons

Experts weigh in on the eight lessons they learned in 2016 about the fine art of running a restaurant.

Why the streets outside Los Angeles are suddenly bleeding pink ...

Irvine, California says "Hello Kitty" to Sanrio's first U.S. cafe. The company wants its famous kitty to take a bite of the U.S. food service market.

Part One: A new restaurant sector pokes its way out of the shell in California

In this first of a three-part series, we take a closer look at the chain that claims it's inventing a new restaurant sector that combines speed and quality into an idea that some industry analysts say the market is clamoring for.

Why 'locally sourced,' 'organic' aren't just buzzwords

QSRs need to pay heed to the increasing movement of consumers toward all things healthy and natural, and they need to be authentic about it.

Has the food truck bubble burst?

Operators need to be prepared for unique challenges such as staffing, weather, equipment — repair and maintenance — regulatory permitting fees, insurance and gasoline costs.

Common food truck execution mistakes

The guiding menu principle is always to sell fewer items at higher margins - which will allow you to spend more time on operations execution and customer interfaces.

How food trucks started a retail revolution

Citing the success of the food truck segment, numerous retailers have launched retail trucks, selling everything from shoes to flowers.

Digital menu boards showing up on food trucks

Digital display used to display menu items and keep customers entertained with trivia and games.

Pop-ups threaten food trucks

Pop-ups are morphing into a multipurpose tool, used to test concepts, market new brands, engage with a younger audience, or prove to landlords, lenders and investors that they are worth the risk.

Is your restaurant stuck in a monkey trap?

From switching out the décor to updating technology, restaurateurs must take chances to keep their business fresh.

Pizza Innovation: Small entrepreneurs and food trucks lead the way

Pizza cones, mobile wood-fired ovens are turning heads.

NRA 2011: Food Truck Spot doubles from inaugural year

Exhibitors discussed increase in leads and enthusiasm for the mobility segment.

Street food: Urban foraging

“Lilly, get over here – she just got that blue box from the garage, where are you?” Teddy yelled – she was always a bit bossy toward Lilly. And it wasn’t as if she had far to look as they lived together in a 24” x 30” space with a corner tarp for tunneling.

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