Submitted by Walter Whal on Mon, 12/07/2015 - 16:49
As the end of this year draws closer, you’ve hopefully brought in a fair amount of profit. With some smart planning, you can use that money to set your business up for success both in the coming year and beyond.
In the blogs for this month, we’ll take a look at how you can invest in products and services that will help cut costs and increase your productivity in the future. The first step in that process is to assess your current expenses and practices.
Schedule Maintenance for Your Current Devices
If your Indiana office isn’t in order now, it’ll be harder to prepare for the future. Have your printers and other equipment serviced to ensure that they’re working at their peak capacity. You should also check your supplies and restock if you’re running low.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Tue, 12/01/2015 - 07:33
“Why do I need Managed Print Services? There’s nothing wrong with how people print in my office. It’s not like it’s some complicated procedure.”
These thoughts may run through your head when you hear about Xerox Managed Print Services. This line of thinking is certainly understandable. However, a lot more may go into your printing processes than you realize. And it could cost your business a lot of money and resources.
The Hidden Costs of Printing
For many companies, printing costs constitute one of the most neglected parts of their overhead. When you’re busy dealing with day-to-day tasks, you may not have time to think about:
Submitted by Walter Whal on Mon, 11/16/2015 - 12:56
These days, almost all public spaces -- especially coffee shops and restaurants -- offer free wireless access to customers. While free Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi hotspots may seem like little gifts from Internet heaven, it is important to be vigilant when using them.
Just as Wi-Fi hotspot use has increased, so have related cyber-security breaches and thefts. Criminals stay abreast of technology so they can steal your data without you even realizing it.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Mon, 11/09/2015 - 11:40
As technology continues to develop at a rapid rate, businesses must try and keep up with the latest offerings. But, part of upgrading to new equipment and software is properly disposing of your old systems. Here we want to offer helpful information to keep you safe and legal.
Shredding is not just for paper documents. Computer hard drives contain tons of proprietary information, which must be protected. Simply deleting files is not enough. Shredding is the most effective way to do this. The hard drive is shredded down into metal scraps ensuring that any data left on them cannot be recovered.