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Cybersecurity

5 Ways to Keep Your Information Off the Dark Web

Juan Fernandez - VP of Managed IT Services
December 3, 2019 at 9:00 AM

Over the last few years, corporate and personal data breaches have become a common occurrence. The 2019 Cost of Data Breach Report found that the global average cost of a data breach totaled $3.92 million, with the average size of data breach totaling 25,757 records lost and a cost of $150 per record stolen. You’ve probably read nightmare scenarios of individuals and businesses who’ve had their sensitive data stolen and then released on the dark web. Unfortunately, this is no exaggeration. The dark web is a perilous place where hackers can buy and sell your personal information, like social security numbers, health records, and credit card numbers, to the highest bidder.

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4 Ways 3D Printing Helps Businesses Save Money

TJ Russell - Director of 3D Printing
November 26, 2019 at 9:45 AM

Additive manufacturing (3D printing) is a growing business. In fact, Deloitte's analysis shows a 12.5% growth year over year from 2017, with projected revenue at $3.1 billion by 2020. This growth is driven by commercial printers, which are capable of printing and finishing a wide variety of parts and products using virtually any material.

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Digital Displays

Will Robots Rule the Supply Chain?

Kerwin Everson, VP Visual Productivity Solutions
November 21, 2019 at 9:15 AM

Robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) are transforming industry as we know it. Robots already have a long-standing history with supply chain technology, with one of the earliest industrial robots inspiring modern day Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs.) No longer a plot point in science fiction dramas, these new technologies have presented real opportunities for improvements across supply chains. While the cost of implementing robotics into the supply chain may be an easy decision for industry giants like Amazon, for smaller businesses, implementing robotics into their supply chain is still in the distant future. 

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MIT

Windows 7 Support Ends in 2020 - Here's What You Need to Know

Juan Fernandez - VP of Managed IT Services
November 19, 2019 at 9:15 AM

Windows 7 users have been getting reminders all year from Microsoft. Why? Windows 7 product support is ending on January 14, 2020, leaving users scrambling to figure out what to do next. Thankfully, this isn’t a new phenomenon. It’s not unusual for an operating system (OS) to become obsolete.

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Four Ways to Keep Remote Employees Connected and Productive

Krista Wagner - Marketing Director
November 12, 2019 at 9:30 AM

Flexible work, including giving employees the ability to work remotely, is becoming the new norm. That’s the message from FlexJobs and Global Workplace Analytics’ 2019 research, which showed a 159% increase in remote work from 2005 -2017 and 44% growth over the last five years.

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Digital Displays

How to Effectively Manage Your Digital Signage

Jay Jershin - Digital Signage Sales Manager
November 5, 2019 at 9:15 AM

Digital signage is commonplace in modern business, and it's getting more sophisticated too. Fast-food chains, for example, have digital signage content running behind the counters and in drive-thru’s (McDonald's, Wendy’s, Starbucks) while customers order on large touchscreens on the self-service kiosks placed in dining areas.

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Managed Print Services

ImageNet is Using HP's Latest Software Innovations to Transform Managed Print Services

Matthew Schotten - VP of Managed Print Services
October 29, 2019 at 9:36 AM

HP continues to innovate and has announced its latest printing innovations, including 50 launch applications, that enable the digital & mobile workforce to seamlessly integrate paper and digital workstreams.  

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Printer Ink

What You Need to Know about Recycling Printer Cartridges

Krista Wagner - Marketing Director
October 22, 2019 at 9:15 AM

If recycling were readily available in more areas of our lives, we’d probably recycle most of our broken or unneeded products and used containers, right? Unfortunately, without a recycling program, many offices throw out their empty printer cartridges, or let them pile up in the office.

While it’s easy to throw those empty cartridges away, it’s also hazardous to the environment. Ink and toner cartridges have toxic chemicals in them, and there’s often ink left even when the printer determines the ink is low. Plus, ink cartridges can last in a landfill for over 400 years!

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Wide Format Printing

Four Best-in-Class Wide Format Printers for Architects

Krista Wagner - Marketing Director
October 15, 2019 at 9:15 AM

Architects need a reliable wide format printer. Each build requires multiple schematics that must be legible and accurate. Otherwise, the business could end up with a costly disaster mid-build. Government regulators also keep a close eye on standardization when processing paperwork and approving builds.

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Managed IT Services

How You Can Streamline Business Operations with Managed IT Services

Juan Fernandez - VP of Managed IT Services
October 8, 2019 at 9:15 AM

From the printing press to the electric lightbulb, innovations have driven the world into today’s increasingly tech-based arena. Business and the marketplace constantly push for better, faster, more secure technology. Recent research from CompTIA found 30% of businesses are focused on managed IT services, making it the number one business solution on the market. From e-commerce and customer services to backend operations like supply chain management, it’s clear that technology is the key to unlocking success.

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