Little white ‘data cube labels’ are appearing everywhere.
The problem is that few people really know what they really are, how to use them, why they would use them, or what types of business applications they have.
So what is a QR code?
In a nutshell, QR stands for “Quick Response” – it is a two dimensional square barcode that can be read by a variety of devices (camera phones, digital readers, etc)
A big advantage of the QR code compared to a regular barcode is that it can stores hundreds of digits worth of information, which allows it to provide website addresses or full contact information. Read more