The holidays are coming soon, and it doesn't look like the COVID-19 coronavirus is going away. Living in the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic, how will the 2020 holiday season look – and how can businesses adapt to minimize the risk to their employees and customers?
With workers coming back to the office and customers coming back to stores, businesses face the challenge of protecting their staff and their workspaces from the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. The best way to protect against infection is to keep out potentially infected people – and the best way to do this is via thermal scanning.
The teaching experience has evolved through chalkboards to dry erase whiteboards to in-class smartboards to today's Internet-enabled interactive whiteboards. Each new iteration has embraced then-new technology to enhance teacher-student interaction. Today's online interactive whiteboards have been especially beneficial during the COVID-19 crisis, which has forced distance learning on millions of students across the country. In fact, many educators believe that interactive whiteboards are helping to reinvent education today.
A wide format printer is a large printer that can print materials up to 100 inches wide or more. Wide-format printers are commonly found in professional printing shops, but they also are valuable to retailers. Read on to discover why more retail stores should have wide format printers in-house.
In this age of online marketing, social media marketing, and email marketing, does your business still need printed marketing materials? The answer is most definitely yes. There are several good reasons why small and medium-sized businesses find that print collateral remains beneficial in attracting new customers.
More and more businesses are outsourcing their printer fleet to providers that offer managed print services. What are managed print services and why would a business want to go that route?
If your business is like ours, you and your co-workers are still working remotely as much as possible. Whether you enjoy working remotely or not, the Coronavirus Pandemic is certainly changing the way we work and how we deal with protecting our assets and data. Here are a few useful tips and statistics for you to consider.
Printers used in today's enterprises are extremely powerful networked devices that make them an easy target for cyberattackers. As useful as they are, network printers can put any business at risk for serious security breaches. To minimize the risk, businesses need to employ strong endpoint security – and protect their networks from printer hacking.
Employees in businesses of all types and sizes are undergoing a major shift in how work gets done. Internet access to business applications and file sharing technology has made collaboration between coworkers, management, clients, and customers more feasible than ever before.
Video surveillance has been a primary method of providing building security for decades. Advances in technology have significantly improved the image quality, perimeter coverage, and recording capabilities, capturing valuable evidence for identifying and prosecuting unauthorized intruders, thieves, and vandals.