Printers are the overlooked security risk in your office. From hard copy print outs to hard drives with data, information saved to network connections, your printer is just as integrated in your office and your security needs as your computers, network, and software.
Once you establish your managed IT strategy, it might be hard to think about switching. But just like anything, if your managed IT isn't working out for you - or if you're questioning the investment - it's time to switch.
Managed IT should be a solid, reliable team of experts that helps you with security, monitoring, data information, accessibility, disaster recovery plans, software upgrades, and more. If you're not getting the best from your current vendor, it might be time to work with someone else.
With technology being a requirement for business efficiency in today’s world, it is natural to assume that companies should take the steps needed for digitization. This process allows you to improve document management, enhance security and boost overall productivity.
Save Time and Money
Documents and other business processes that are digital are just faster and easier. You can quickly locate information, input and store new information and organize all files. Since you are saving time, you are reducing overhead which saves money.
Have you ever heard the words "scanning" and "digitizing" used interchangeably? Well, the truth is that, although these terms are similar, there's a significant difference--so today, we're going to take a closer look at these two staples of document management.
One Big Difference
Document management is all about precision--in your habits, in your workflows, and your visibility and control of data. It only makes sense that document management would emphasize precise
definitions, too. Let's find out the real meaning of two crucial solutions: scanning and digitizing.
By 2020, it is appropriate that many businesses would have the goal of increasing sustainability across the organization.
Most customers expect that the companies they support care about their carbon footprint and make an effort toward increased sustainability – and because many companies have been outspoken about doing so, consumers are prepared to take their business elsewhere. More than ever, customers support companies that have a voice and take a stance, and sustainability is the leading cause that customers support.
Remote work is experiencing a boom due to social distancing and the global pandemic. Still, you may have also noticed that cybersecurity threats, hacks, and other issues are having another boom.
Hackers immediately recognized opportunities during the remote work boom, which changed the way that many people worked and how companies managed the effort. While there will always be the dark side of the cyber world, you can set up your remote working efforts for success and safety with a few simple tips and the right cybersecurity partner.
Managed IT is one of those solutions that can fit into any industry, flawlessly adapting to the unique requirements and challenges that you face. Manufacturing, of course, is no exception.
Let's find out what managed IT can do for companies in the manufacturing industry!
Why Managed IT?
There are all kinds of industry-specific business solutions out there, so why should you choose one that could technically work for any industry? When you select managed IT, are you signing up for some "one size fits all" solution that will only partially address your needs?
Printing documents is part of everyday business. While most of the time it is quick and easy, when there are snags, it wastes time and causes headaches. Keep things running smoothly with these four simple tips for fixing your printer.
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.
The terms "cloud" and "cloud storage" are ubiquitous with technology these days. Most people are familiar with iPhone's famous iCloud as well as other cloud-based storage options for data, such as DropBox. But what exactly is the cloud and how can it help your business?