COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is changing all aspects of our lives. With a national emergency and state emergencies declared, schools are closed, nursing homes are not allowing visitors, and workers are needing to work from home; we have the technology which could help us all stay connected.
The modern hospital is an astounding environment full of technological innovations that may seem downright futuristic. Yet it’s not just these amazing tools that empower professionals to deliver the best possible care. The quality and flow of the information that moves throughout the hospital play a major role in guiding both patients and caregivers. That’s why many hospitals have introduced digital signage in waiting rooms, offices, and hallways.
Was increasing the organization’s emphasis on sustainability a major resolution for the new year? It’s a popular goal, and there are many great reasons why.
Losses to businesses and private citizens from phishing scams have grown progressively in recent years, and the trend is expected to continue. Some scary statistics on phishing scams include:
Schools have many challenges in handling the variety of paperwork required to conduct the business of education. Not only is there the usual mix of business documents such as personnel records, purchase orders, financial records, and invoices to be processed, there are so many others unique to the academic sector:
Responsible individuals have taken guidance from environmentalists, scientists, and even politicians to make a concerted effort toward being good citizens of planet Earth. These initiatives for “going green” extend to office environments as well, with most businesses focusing on sustainability and creating internal programs for a green office.
Document management has been providing a competitive edge for thousands of businesses since the technology emerged decades ago. Document management systems (DMS) offer many advantages to businesses of all sizes, including:
Threats of cyberattacks are becoming more prevalent as the digital age surges onward. While the Internet can link people all over the world, it can also drive a company’s downfall. Every new year presents new ways for computer hackers to launch their attacks, and 2020 has barely begun.
Conference meetings are a necessity for office collaborations. Moreover, presentations in sessions are invariably unengaging and employ an outdated approach. Luckily, new technology has emerged to pull team members and collaborators into learning: interactive whiteboards.
There’s no more need for employing multiple devices to handle one task at a time. With multifunction printers, an office can seamlessly perform many paper-based tasks on one device.