In April 2020 alone, there were an astonishing 37 data breaches affecting 500 or more records each, falling close to the 2019 average of 41.9 data breaches each month.
With cyberattacks increasing, the cybersecurity landscape is in a constant state of evolution. And yet, one thing remains consistently true — that ransomware is among the top techniques deployed by today’s hacking community.
As more companies move toward a digital environment, wily hackers are increasingly focused on industrial targets and businesses that use programs such as AutoCAD, making cybersecurity for engineering a critical — and essential — element to deterring industrial espionage.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought significant changes to both work and home environments, with more people working from home than ever before — and many families considering moves to less crowded areas of the country.
Small- and medium-sized businesses experience major — sometimes crippling — challenges due to IT downtime and technology issues. The business disruption caused by downtime is serious and can lead to lost customers and lost revenue.
Two of the most critical focal points in today’s office environment are how to provide cost-effective and efficient print services to maximize staff productivity and how to keep sensitive data safe and within compliance with data privacy legislation.
This year, all industries are reporting an increased adoption of document management systems (DMS) in response to the need for expanded work efficiencies and a focus on digital transformation, as more companies move toward a paperless environment.
Businesses that have demanding print environments will appreciate the flexibility of having a high-volume print production shop in-house that can amplify your printing capabilities and take control of your brand and messaging.
There is a lot of emphasis on digital transformation among today’s small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) that are looking for a competitive edge.
That’s because affordable transformative technologies like multi-function devices (MFPs) can contribute to better workplace efficiencies, more streamlined workflows, and enhanced connectivity.