SiteKiosk 9.1 is now available with Windows 10 and Chrome support Miami, Florida (PRUnderground) December 23rd, 2015 The latest release of SiteKiosk Windows supports Windows 10 and features a Chrome-based browser with customizable browser toolbar, a content filter with top-level domain filtering, new onscreen keyboards with size-adjustment option and more. Free trial available at www.provisio.com PROVISIO’s kiosk software, SiteKiosk,… Read More »
Chrome Kiosk — Just two weeks after initial product release, KioWare has an update that adds support for fully customizable HTML virtual keyboards. It also allows users to restrict interaction on a second monitor (so the second monitor in a set up can be used as only digital signage, with no ability to interact). There is another feature… Read More »
Aberdeen, NC (PRWEB) August 07, 2015 — Self-service solutions provider unveils first product in a new roadmap of out of the box, complete solutions
KioWare Android Kiosk Lockdown KioWare has released a new version of KioWare for Android out (3.12) and it has a few great new features worth sharing. A new “Guided Setup” tool which allows new or existing users to configure KioWare by answering a few quick questions. Support for automatic actions. Kioware can now enable automatic log ins, redirects,… Read More »
An interactive tablet kiosk from the Kiosk Group serves as the centerpiece of a young man’s Eagle Scout Service Project. By Richard Slawsky contributor Alex Harrison, a 16-year-old in his junior year at Fairfax High School in Fairfax, Va., has been involved with the Boy Scouts since he was in the first grade. He’s worked his way through… Read More »
Kiosk Software – NEW to KioWare for Android – Improved Wi-Fi Management & Expanded Guided Setup Assistance Kiosk Software Version 3.13 of KioWare for Android is now available. New Guided Setup options have been added to make it easier to create a custom start page, set up your device to play videos, and add a start page for use with… Read More »
Editors note: This is excerpt from white paper series on Executing Tablet Deployments – Step 1 Deploying Tablets Step 1 — Establishing Project Goals The use of self-service kiosks continues to expand in nearly every part of our society. A March 2017 report issued by research firm Stratistics MRC predicted that the global kiosk market will reach $88.3 billion by 2022,… Read More »
Determining Your Budget Once you’ve defined the goals for your kiosk project, the second step is determining your budget. A kiosk deployment project is just like all major projects—there’s lots of areas to consider and even then, expenses can show up when least expected. Let’s talk about how you can avoid any budget surprises. Excerpts below. Read the… Read More »
Interactive HTML5 chart tracking revenue by category in digital signage industry
Kiosk Software KioWare for Android Version 3.7 of KioWare for Android is now available. The latest release of KioWare for Android continues to support EMV certified mobile payments via Credit Call’s newest release of the mPOS CardEaseMobile framework (1.11). KioWare for Android now also supports devices providing detection of user presence. Analytical Design Solutions Inc. (ADSI) has released… Read More »
Forget receipt surveys or email surveys, which only collect feedback well after the customer has left your store, and consider for a moment the advantages of capturing customer sentiment in the moment. Not only are customers more likely to remember the details of their experience, but you don’t have to rely on them to head home and plug in a survey URL.
Overall, the reasons to ditch receipt and email surveys and adopt kiosk surveys are plentiful. Kiosk surveys offer a more visually pleasing experience for the customer, and survey incentives like coupons or free gifts can be prominently promoted on the main screen.
It’s time to say goodbye to ugly web survey forms, and hello to beautiful iPad surveys. Your customers will thank you for it.
Thanks to current developments from Android-x86 and Remix OS, your hybrid tablet can now run Android. How does this affect the tablet landscape?
Because of this, Microsoft inadvertently built the best Android tablet hardware, in part because there is no such thing as “Android-only Hardware”. Android-x86 and Remix are bringing the Android experience to all sorts of computers, including full tower-desktops, laptops, ultrabooks, and of course, hybrid tablets. This last point is the most interesting one, I think, because of the hardware involved. If we look at tablet hybrids, they typically pack substantially more RAM than Android tablets do, and some flavors come with very-powerful x86 processors. I personally own a Surface Pro 3 with an i7 processor and 8GB of RAM, which is more than enough for a semi-desktop experience on-the-go and the things I bought this for (work and school). But when I boot into Android, the device feels even more versatile.
New York City residents and visitors can access the Internet and make phone calls for free at the sidewalk kiosks.
Prisons are finally getting a high-tech upgrade to whatever wherever.
The only hitch: everything comes at a cost, including emails, which require a paid virtual “stamp” to go through to recipients. Stamp pricing varies depending on the prison, but each one goes for about the same cost as a physical stamp.
The company’s various services are now offered at over 1,200 facilities in 34 states, ranging from low-security outfits to supermax prisons. In 2014, inmates sent over 14.2 million emails and 650,000 mobile payments through JPay’s systems. Over 40,000 JP4 Android tablets — the most up-to-date JPay tablet at the time — were purchased.