Almost all industries rely on office technology such as printers, copiers, fax machines, scanners, or multi-function devices (MFPs) to keep their business processes functioning at high capacity.
Libraries are vital institutions that serve communities by providing access to information in a variety of subjects and on different mediums. A library is a place where someone can look for job opportunities, immerse themselves in new stories, and explore seemingly endless tomes of knowledge. Citizens depend on libraries as it gives groups of people a sense of belonging and reflects the character of a community.
As though companies didn’t have enough to deal with during the chaos of the COVID-19 pandemic, hackers are now using the global confusion as a cover for their schemes. With the increases in information appetites, hackers (both political and criminal) quickly pounced on the trend and created exploits perfectly suited to defraud individuals and organizations.
The hospitality and entertainment industry faces constant disruption. Understandably, entertainment companies want to leverage new technologies to streamline their operations, considering the labor involved in their previous processes. One way entertainment organizations can deliver an enhanced experience to customers and reduce costs is by implementing a document management solution.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused wide-scale disruptions to organizations, governments, and service providers around the world. At the same time, organizations had to adjust to the new normal, requiring companies to renew their focus on the latest technologies that enable them to continue operating while practicing social distancing.
For organizations that need a reliable large-format printing platform, the KIP 600 is revolutionizing the industry. By establishing new standards in quality, efficiency, and productivity, KIP’s latest large-format solutions deliver precision imaging with a compact and durable design. The platform comes packed with capabilities that can help any organization improve their print production processes.
The COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on most businesses. Preparing to open in a post-pandemic environment also comes with a host of uncertainties for companies. As the government and health officials start considering the controls and safety mechanisms required for re-opening the economy, there are practical solutions business owners can deploy to ensure their staff can work safely from any environment.
Getting ready to deliver files to a commercial printer is a stressful time for any designer. Ensuring all the checks and verifications are in place requires technical insight and industry experience. As the commercial printer will process the job based on the input they receive, the responsibility resides with the designer to get it right the first time.
Helping small businesses weather the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic is a priority for state and local governments. Millions of SMBs around the country had to shutter their doors and will need financial support to remain in business after the pandemic. As of 2018, there were 30.2 million small businesses (with less than 500 employees) operating in the United States. SMBs account for 99.9% of all U.S. businesses and employ 49.2% of the nation’s workforce.
Companies have to face economic headwinds and develop innovative strategies for long-term success. These considerations usually take precedence over disaster recovery planning. The truth is that not planning for a worst-case scenario could put all business operations at risk.