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Can Your Company Afford to be Hacked?

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Are you doing enough to prevent a data breach? Read on to find out what's at stake if you're not prepared.

An Expensive Mistake

If you're not sure how well your company could fend off a security threat, it's a good idea to take a look at how much a data breach could cost you.

Streamline Your Processes with Document Management

Document Management

How does information flow through your business? If you don't have a comprehensive solution to answer this question, you're losing time and money. From processing invoices to collaborating on critical projects, there are a considerable number of steps and repetitive processes that could be streamlined with document management.

Here's a summary of how a document management system can reduce the number of steps your employees take to complete everyday tasks.

The How and Why of Scanning for the Healthcare Industry

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Today's scanning solutions have the potential to radically improve the way healthcare organizations manage records. As one of the most document-intensive industries, any solution that lessens the sheer volume of paperwork is a welcome relief for healthcare workers and their employers.

Here's a quick view of how advanced scanning solutions can help healthcare organizations digitize their record-keeping processes and why that's a very good idea.

Dealing With a Cranky Copier?

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Most of us take very little notice of the office copier when everything is working great. When something goes amiss, however, we realize how much we depend on our copier to keep everyday processes on track.

When You Can Fix It Yourself

Here's a look at some common copier issues and what you can do to get back to business ASAP.


Cybercrime. Why It's Too Soon to Let Your Guard Down


Data breaches have become a regular part of the news; so much so that businesses and individuals alike are in danger of growing complacent. The truth is, it's never a good time to let your guard down, and social engineering attacks are on the rise. From stricter government compliance mandates to new tactics from hackers, your need for a robust IT management solution is higher than ever.

Get Out of the Office More Often With Document Management

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Your up-and-coming workforce has some expectations your organization should be ready to meet. For starters, they don't expect to be tied to the home office, and you'll need a robust document management application that's up to the task.

Choosing a Scanning Solution

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If you're thinking about switching from paper-based processes to electronic document management (and you definitely should be!), then you'll need to take a look at scanning solutions. A multifunction system with a scanning feature is always a good option. However, if you're dealing with a lot of incoming documents or scanning years of archived files, a dedicated scanner can save time while leaving your multifunction system available for other tasks.

Copier? Printer? Multifunction System? What Are the Differences?


If you're a little fuzzy about the differences between copiers, printers, and multifunction systems, that's understandable. The terms are often used interchangeably, but there are significant differences between these three types of imaging technologies. Here's a look at the capabilities and features commonly found in devices from each category.


Choosing an IT Management Partner for Your Healthcare Facility

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Proactive IT management is essential for any organization, but for the healthcare industry, the well-being of your patients is at stake. When choosing a Managed IT Services partner, be sure the level of support they offer can meet your critical demands. Here's where to start.

Can Your Document Management System Provide Protection From Internal Threats?

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Most of us view threats to our saved information as originating from one source—cybercrime. Experience has taught us that not all threats are external, and employees regularly put data at risk. Internal threats to your information happen when employees unknowingly engage in risky behavior.

Employees may store information on unprotected mobile devices or save it in a public cloud platform without strong password protection. They may click on the wrong file and send sensitive information to employees in another department.

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