Educators’ priorities are clear. Student learning is the ultimate purpose and highest priority for any academic institution. The teaching staff that makes this goal achievable need certain tools and equipment in place to get the job done.
Technology is now the cornerstone of almost every business process. In the legal field where document processing is a complex task that combines a broad range of human-oriented work, process automation and optimization can make an enormous difference.
Financial firms are under a great deal of pressure. Not only do they need to fulfill customer obligations while adhering to strict regulations, they must also find ways to reduce waste while improving visibility into financial processes – without exposing sensitive customer data in the process.
Managing IT assets for small business presents unique challenges. Not only do small business IT solutions need to be far more flexible than large enterprise assets, but they have to be easy to implement as well.
Up until the start of the current millennium, the best office technology solutions were almost exclusively out-of-reach for small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs). If you didn’t have millions of dollars in capital on-hand, you couldn’t build the infrastructure you needed to compete with major enterprises.
Office managers and C-suite executives have a dilemma when it comes to print. Why do modern businesses operating in the digital age spend so much money printing documents?
Finding an apt solution for protecting business networks is vital for the survival of any organization.
Law firms deal with hundreds of documents daily. Streamlining every aspect of the document workflow – including how documents are stored, secured, and printed – is a critical part of the profession.