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Choosing the Right Copiers and Printers for Your Requirements

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Are you planning to update your office copiers and printers soon? Finding the multifunction system or laser printer that works best for your office doesn't need to be complicated, but there are several decisions you'll need to make.

What Do You Need?

To narrow down your choices from the many options currently on the market, begin by listing your requirements. Consulting your team members and department managers can be extremely beneficial, especially if you're not sure what you need.

Protect Sensitive Information With Secure Print Solutions

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Networked copiers and printers are now commonplace in many business offices, and most organizations could not function without them. Features like scanning, emailing, mobile printing, and versatile professional finishing capabilities make them indispensable partners in the modern, technology-driven workplace.

Prepare for the Worst with Managed IT Services

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2017 was a year of unprecedented natural disasters. Hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, and record snowfalls left thousands dealing with the catastrophic aftermath.

Aside from the obvious human toll, thousands of businesses lost millions of dollars of tangible assets. Business offices, warehouses, and production facilities were rendered at least temporarily inaccessible, and some were destroyed completely.

Start the New Year Right with a Managed IT Services Assessment

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The beginning of a new year is an excellent time for reflection and goal setting. In today's technology-driven business environment, infrastructure is often high on the list of concerns on the minds of business leaders.

If you're worried about the state of your organization's technology, a Managed IT Services assessment can help put your fears to rest.

Ransomware – what is it and how do we prepare for it?

Ransomware is malware (“malicious software”) that is hostile and intrusive software that makes it way to your computer, and then network, in many different forms. Once it is in your network, it will encrypt your data so that it is unusable. They will then ask you for a “ransom” to unencrypt your software. You may also hear the terms worms, Trojan virus, scareware, and spyware. These also fall under the umbrella term “malware”. All are intended to cause problems and wreak havoc on legitimate computer networks.

How to prevent it:

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