Theft in retail stores and along the supply chain — from warehousing to distribution centers — is a real threat to bottom line profits across the board. In some areas, losses from these activities can extend to three percent of the turnover value of inventory in the warehouse. Fortunately, there are many ways to deter theft, including analyzing processes that could make your operation vulnerable to fraud; getting to the crux of IT vulnerabilities using control and surveillance systems; and even modeling potential security scenarios with an eye toward awareness.
Does your company take advantage of managed print services? Most companies do these days, but there are still several companies that have been putting off such transition. Though it may seem like a big decision, it often makes a lot more sense when you consider the many advantages of implementing such a program.
Over the years, print management has evolved from a relatively niched service to one that no modern office can afford to be without. There are two reasons for this. The first is simply that printers, copiers, faxes machines, and all of their many capabilities have also evolved dramatically over the past ten years. Just like with computers, these devices – and how they’re used – need to be effectively managed through a network.
Student safety and security is the top priority for schools across the nation. That means not only physical safety, but also the safe use of the internet – digital security. Apparently, there are dangers lurking on the internet that target children. Cyberbullying, predators, phishing, and malware are all threats children face when they are online. Schools need to provide internet access, but they also need to keep students safe.
Regardless of industry, nearly every business relies on technology to help run day-to-day operations. However, with greater reliance also comes greater risk of security and hacking through these same solutions.