Can document security ever truly be stress-free? Maybe not--but with the right tools and information, you can get a little bit closer. Here are three steps to make document security easier (and less stressful) than ever!
Print security is more critical--and more complicated--than ever. While it's important to pay attention to all the digital threats on the horizon, you also can't forget about offline, "real-world" threats that might be lurking around every corner in your workplace. Here's how managed print can help you beat all of them!
Scanning has proven itself to be an invaluable addition to businesses of all shapes, sizes, and industries--but is the medical field an exception? Read on to find out why scanning is an excellent call for healthcare organizations!
Xerox and HP, two big names in modern technology, are still locked in a sort of acquisition dance that may end up having a considerable impact on shareholders. Read on to find out everything you need to know!
The world may be moving toward digital workflows and paperless offices, but that doesn't mean physical files are obsolete. Today we'll help you create an efficient, effective routine for protecting those paper documents you're just not ready to part with.
Security in the Real World
Digital security and physical security are two very different things, but they share a lot of the same principles. Interestingly, the most important is also the simplest: to pay attention.
Are you looking to save money, boost efficiency, and cut out extra steps in your print environment? Or perhaps, you're hoping to go green without wasting the "green"? Here are a few significant ways to start printing smarter today!
Office equipment is one of the most commonly used tools in a bustling office environment. Yet, while most offices have the carpets vacuumed and the toilets scrubbed each day, copiers and printers are usually an afterthought for disinfection. That’s because office equipment typically only gets cleaned when it’s serviced by a technician, or a dust bunny shows up in a paper tray.
4.7 million people work from home in the United States [source]. The need for collaboration and meeting with co-workers does not go away when people transition to working from home, so it is no surprise that products like Zoom Meetings have realized huge growth.