As businesses begin to recover from setbacks and disruptions that occurred during the coronavirus pandemic, many office managers and business owners are turning their attention to cultivating bottom-line health and cost-savings. One way to do this is to right-size your office technology, meaning to find the sweet spot that occurs when you have the right office equipment for the job at hand — and the number of staff served by that technology.
Like all industries, the medical services and healthcare industry was hard-hit by the coronavirus pandemic. As healthcare-oriented businesses struggle to return to normal, providers are turning to technology to help speed care and increase the quality of the patient experience.
Laser printers are office workhorses. They are exceptionally durable with duty cycles that can churn out mountains of pages for proposals, invoicing, marketing, and just about anything else you need faster and with steady reliability. Even today’s home offices can benefit from the addition of a laser printer, especially since there are some very low-profile models that will fit nicely into a smaller work area. Laser printers run using toner, which is more expensive initially than the ink used in inkjet printers, but over the long run, using toner can save you money.
Like many industries, the lawyers and legal professionals are turning to digital technology to streamline their workflows and simplify the litigation process. One of the primary tools in this process remains e-Discovery, which is short for electronic discovery. Electronic discovery comprises two disputing parties that are providing one another with information relevant to the case through electronically stored information (ESI). Types of ESI can include:
Disruption was the word of the year in 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic brought wide-ranging issues home to workplaces across the nation. From supply chain disruptions to constantly changing health and safety guidelines, many businesses worked hard to maintain status quo as the landscape quickly changes around them.
Managed print services (MPS) are a collection of services provided by a third party that is focused on optimizing or otherwise managing an organization’s output of documents. In general, these external providers offer an up-front assessment of needs, challenges, and current infrastructure; ongoing replacement of hardware; and ongoing maintenance, service, and other parts and supplies required for optimal function of the print environment.
MPS programs are typically initiated with the idea of cutting costs for an organization. Along with direct cost cutting that involves print devices and supplies, opportunities to improve workflows are often discovered. Sustainability is naturally improved by increasing the efficiency of document production and lifecycles.
While almost any industry can make use of increased productivity, better efficiency, and cost savings, for some industries that handle a high flow of data through paper-based documentation, even the smallest of changes can amount to a huge transformation in the way they conduct — and profit from — business.
As the ongoing pandemic continues to cause widespread disruption, hackers are taking advantage of companies’ distraction to evolve new, harder hitting cyberattack strategies. New research shows that more than 50% of organizations are dealing with insider threats and the loss of privileged credentials, and 21% of individuals targeted by hackers consisted of engineers and developers.
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