Growth is always the goal, and at SpeedLine we’ve seen a lot of it. Since the first SpeedLine release in 1997, we’ve made major changes that go beyond the SpeedLine software. With the latest wave of growth both in our staff and our customer base, we have made some strategic changes at the management level. Read on for more about recent management changes at SpeedLine, and how we’re positioning SpeedLine to support our customers through the next phase of growth.
This week, major news sites broke the news that a major security vulnerability affecting half a million websites and web applications may have been exposing users' personal information and passwords to hackers. Read on for more on the “Heartbleed bug” and the security release issued this week for SpeedLine users.
As we started discussing with customers last year, tomorrow—April 8, 2014—Microsoft will discontinue support for the Windows XP operating system. This means that future versions of most software applications, including SpeedLine POS, will not be compatible with XP. Like most software vendors, SpeedLine will also end technical support for issues involving XP. Read on for more about the security concerns with XP, and why you should upgrade if you haven’t already.
I started off the last morning of the International Pizza Expo by taking in a seminar by Jeff Mease of One World Enterprises, a multi-unit, multi-concept restaurant operator.
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Pizza Expo is all about pizza. And today, the pizza industry includes more than sauce and cheese. This show connects restaurant owners with food suppliers, oven manufacturers, and with an ever-growing selection of pizza and delivery technology solutions and providers.
Read on for a recap of the pizza and delivery restaurant technology seen around the show beyond the point of sale.
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