StayLinked Blog

StayLinked is traveling the US in the coming weeks: San Francisco, Seattle, and Niagara Falls

Posted by Randy Provence on Sep 14, 2017 11:15:00 AM

StayLinked on the Road with Zebra and ScanSource

We're excited to be a part of the continuing Zebra and ScanSource Roadshow that moves to the Bay Area and Pacific Northwest next week and are pleased to offer limited spaces for these events (see reseller registration links below). We are also sponsoring the SOTI SYNC 2017 event where we'll be on hand to demonstrate the latest in Terminal Emulation innovation from StayLinked. 

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Topics: Productivity, Partners, Zebra, development, SmartTE, SOTI, VARTECH, ScanSource

StayLinked: Modernizing TE Around the Globe

Posted by Randy Provence on Apr 6, 2017 3:55:00 PM

StayLinked Europe: Zebra Technologies Events in Paris and Madrid

This past week, StayLinked traveled the globe to promote the latest innovations in modernized Terminal Emulation. Beginning in Paris and Madrid, the StayLinked European team began a tour with Zebra Technologies that will stretch into the coming weeks and months. StayLinked has partnered with Zebra to show how innovative devices such as the Zebra TC8000 and the Zebra WT6000 can increase productivity when using the StayLinked SmartTE client. 

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Topics: Productivity, Partners, Zebra, development, SmartTE, Smart Keyboard

StayLinked + Zebra + Oracle: Get Things Done Faster!

Posted by Randy Provence on Mar 31, 2017 10:30:00 AM

COLLABORATE 2017: Staylinked + Zebra + Oracle

Next week in Las Vegas, StayLinked will be at COLLABORATE 2017, the Oracle Application Users Group (OAUG) forum. StayLinked CTO, Justin Griffith, will be presenting "Getting Things Done Faster" April 5 at 4:15pm at Mandalay Bay. Also on display at the show in the Zebra Technologies booth will be the StayLinked SmartTE solution, featuring the Smart Keyboard.

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Topics: Productivity, Partners, Zebra, development, SmartTE, Smart Keyboard

StayLinked at PROMAT in Chicago, April 3-6, 2017

Posted by Randy Provence on Mar 28, 2017 3:55:00 PM

PROMAT 2017: See the New StayLinked Smart Keyboard in Action

From April 3-6, 2017, you can see StayLinked in action at PROMAT in Chicago at the Strategic Mobility Group (SMG3) Booth. We will be showcasing the latest SmartTE client which includes our Smart Keyboard, StayLinked's innovative approach to data input on smaller touchscreen devices. 

Strategic Mobility Group (SMG3) are enterprise mobility and productivity experts who many Fortune 500 companies turn to for custom solutions. SMG3 consults, plans, integrates, deploys, trains, tracks, and supports the entire life cycle of enterprise mobility projects, and StayLinked is proud to be a partner in Chicago at PROMAT 2017.

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Topics: Productivity, Partners, Zebra, development, SmartTE, Smart Keyboard, SMG3

StayLinked and Zebra: From Rome to New Orleans

Posted by Randy Provence on Jan 26, 2017 11:15:00 AM

Zebra + StayLinked: Modern TE Solutions for Modern Touchscreen Devices

This past week StayLinked took part in Zebra Technolgy's 2017 EMEA Sales Kickoff in Rome, Italy. Starting next Monday, StayLinked will be sponsoring the Zebra North America and Latin America Sales Kickoff in New Orleans, Louisiana. We're proud to offer StayLinked on Zebra devices and we're pleased to announce that StayLinked is the industry's only Terminal Emulation solution for Windows 10. In addition, we'll be showing the latest features of SmartTE as well as discussing the upcoming release of StayLinked iQ, the premier business intelligence tool for Terminal Emulation environments.

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Topics: Productivity, Partners, Zebra, development, SmartTE

Young Robotics Teams are Configuring StayLinked!

Posted by Staff Writer on Sep 20, 2016 9:45:00 AM

The FIRST Robotics Competition Team

This past month, StayLinked invited local robotics team members from FRC Team 4322 to participate in a software development challenge at StayLinked Headquarters in Tustin, California. FRC, which stands for FIRST Robotics Competition, is, according to their website, "an intense six-week competition that challenges teams of 20 or more students to raise funds, design a team "brand," hone teamwork skills, and build and program industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game against like-minded competitors. It’s as close to real-world engineering as a student can get."

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Topics: Terminal Emulation, robotics, development

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