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Meet the new Software Support Analyst, Jacob Baker!

Meet the new Software Support Analyst, Jacob Baker!

SCLogic is happy to introduce our new Software Support Analyst, Jacob Baker. Jacob started at SCLogic in May of 2018 after previously working for Unleashed Technologies, LLC as a Network Engineer. He attended Stevenson University, earning a BS in Computer Information Systems in 2015 and a MS in Business and Technology Management in 2017. Jacob has experience with Windows, Windows Server, Exchange Server, IIS Server, Linux/Unix, Python, PuTTY, Cisco Packet Tracer, Cisco Routers/Switches, Access Points, SNORT, and Virtual Environments. In…

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Meet the new Software Support Analyst, Darian Lee!

Meet the new Software Support Analyst, Darian Lee!

SCLogic is happy to introduce our new Software Support Analyst, Darian Lee. Darian started at SCLogic on March 12, 2018 and previously completed internships at Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Exelon after attending University of Maryland Baltimore County, earning an BS in Information Technology in 2017. Born in Frederick, MD, Darian has lived in the DC/Baltimore area his entire life. In his spare time, he enjoys hanging out with friends, playing rugby and video games. Please join us in welcoming Darian to…

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FM 2 FM: A Virtual Sit-down with Facilities Subject Matter Expert Jon Burke

FM 2 FM: A Virtual Sit-down with Facilities Subject Matter Expert Jon Burke

SCLogic was fortunate enough to learn about Jon Burke via our amazing VP of Marketing, Ashley Cleveland. Mr. Burke is a distant relative by marriage, so she affectionately refers to him as “Uncle Jon” or “Non-Uncle Jon” as the actual case may be. Precise familial ties aside, Mr. Burke is the Facilities Subject Matter Expert for a major electronics company, so we were excited that he agreed to talk to us about his life in Facility Management, as well as…

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Meet the new Software Engineer, Jake Finamore

Meet the new Software Engineer, Jake Finamore

SCLogic is happy to introduce our new Software Engineer, Jake Finamore. Jake started at SCLogic in October of 2017 and previously worked for Catalyte.io for three years. He graduated from the College of Southern Maryland in the 2013, earning his Associates in Computer Science. Jake brings his valuable experience of software development to the SCLogic development team. Born in Virginia Beach, VA, Jake spent his childhood in Palestine. In his spare time, he enjoys playing board games, binge watching tv…

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Your 5-Minute ‘Food for Thought’ Coffee Break…Intelligent Enterprise Index

Your 5-Minute ‘Food for Thought’ Coffee Break…Intelligent Enterprise Index

Go on, get your afternoon cup of sweet life-giving nectar and we’ll meet you in the break room. We recently read an interesting article on barcode.com about a survey Zebra Technologies did on what where the average company stands on the “Intelligent Enterprise Index”, which is essentially their journey towards “connecting the physical and digital worlds to improve visibility, efficiencies and growth.” And what we found out was pretty cool! “The framework of an Intelligent Enterprise is based on technology…

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Meet the new Software Support Analyst, Tyler Blankenship!

Meet the new Software Support Analyst, Tyler Blankenship!

SCLogic is happy to introduce our new Software Support Analyst, Tyler Blankenship. Tyler started at SCLogic on August 7th of 2017 and previously worked for a catering company while attending Anne Arundel Community College, earning an AA in Information Assurance and Cyber Security. He graduated from Towson University in the Spring of 2017, earning his BS in Information Technology. Tyler brings his valuable experience of implementing backups, building developer sites and website redesign to the SCLogic support team. Born in Columbia,…

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Frequently Asked Questions: Types of Hardware for Typical Mailroom

Frequently Asked Questions: Types of Hardware for Typical Mailroom

This post is part of the Frequently Asked Questions section of my blog. I will pick a frequently asked question and then explain what it is, how it works and the benefits of using that component or feature. For this post, I’m going to answer a pretty common question: “What types of hardware are utilized with tracking systems in a typical mailroom set-up?” Intra Enterprise, along with most package tracking solutions, employs Zebra & Honeywell Enterprise Digital Assistants, handheld barcode…

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Frequently Asked Questions: Server Environment, Sync Service, and TCP Ports

Frequently Asked Questions: Server Environment, Sync Service, and TCP Ports

This post is part of the Frequently Asked Questions section of my blog. I will pick a frequently asked question and then explain what it is, how it works and the benefits of using that component or feature. For this post, I’m going to answer three quick questions, the first being: “Can the server components be installed in a virtual environment?” Yes. The server-side components of most newer tracking systems, including Intra Enterprise, do not have any physical hardware requirements….

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Frequently Asked Questions: Operating Systems

Frequently Asked Questions: Operating Systems

This post is part of the Frequently Asked Questions section of my blog. I will pick a frequently asked question and then explain what it is, how it works and the benefits of using that component or feature. For this post, I’m going to answer: “What server and client operating systems can be used with more recent tracking systems, including Intra Enterprise?” Most updated tracking systems, including Intra Enterprise, can utilize 64-bit compatible server operating systems that are Windows Server…

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National Postal Forum Recap

National Postal Forum Recap

Whenever I travel to tradeshows, I like to give a quick recap of the show as it pertains to SCLogic. In this post, I’m going to recall some of the highlights of the 2017 National Postal Forum. Tradeshow Turnout The turnout for the National Postal Forum was significantly higher than the past few years. It seems that people are traveling and continuing to see a benefit to tradeshows. The emphasis on education could be the reason tradeshows are making such…

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