Document management – it’s something of a buzzword in the office technology industry. After all, documents are the lifeblood of business and few, if any, organizations exist which don’t use documents in some form. However, with so many pieces of information floating around in physical and digital forms, companies need document management to keep it all in order, organized, and easy to access.
Video security is everywhere. From parking lots to facilities, the technology has evolved into a powerful tool to maintain visibility and control of an environment. However, with all of that security comes hours upon hours of recorded video – far too much for a single person to review manually. Enter video security analytics: software which helps security professionals review, analyze, and evolve better security protocols from what’s been recorded.
Text-based forms of communication such as email and texting have all but taken over the modern business. However, sometimes it’s faster, easier, and more appropriate to pick up the phone and call. As such, voice communication, such as phone systems, remain a critical part of an organization’s ability to communicate with customers, vendors, and within itself. Yet, the digital reality of the modern business makes a landline out of place, obsolete and inadequate for business needs. Therefore, some businesses adopt VOIP, also known as internet-based phone service.
The power of word of mouth has not diminished one iota in modern times. In fact, it’s boomed since the advance of digital technologies and social platforms. A customer’s experience with a company can go viral, for better or worse. When it’s for the better, everyone benefits, especially the company responsible for the positive experience.
A printer represents a major investment for any business, and it may be tempting to make it last as long as possible. Like a car, a well-cared-for printer can last years. However, unlike a car, a printer is often subjected to the equivalent of running non-stop for seven or more hours per day. Printers wear out, and when they do, they cause problems.
DSI relies on some of the most well-respected manufacturers and brands in the industry to deliver solutions which we wouldn’t be able to pull off on our own. Partnerships constitute a major part of our business strategy as this approach reflects our commitments to community and collaboration.
Managed print services can save time and money by streamlining a company’s printing environment. However, in order to accomplish that, it’s crucial to know what already exists. An MPS assessment provides the information necessary to create a plan.
Video surveillance used to be severely limited by technology. It was once confined to cramming as many screens as possible onto a wall and finding the optimum number of people to watch those screens. That made visitor management a chore, let alone keeping an eye on everything else that was happening.
Security is not expensive. It’s invaluable. Another set of eyes is never a bad thing when it comes to keeping critical business assets safe. Make sure your surveillance capabilities are up to date and performing at their fullest potential. Here’s what to expect during a video security audit conducted by DSI’s surveillance specialists.
Nobody likes to imagine the worst-case scenario, but that doesn’t make preparing for it any less important. From a natural disaster to a data breach, there are many things which can threaten or destroy critical IT infrastructure, taking the core business operations with it.