With supply chain shortages and disruptions continuing, companies often have to scramble to get basic tasks done. When it comes to printing, problems range from rising paper costs and shortages to difficulties in replacing printer parts.
The recent historic supply chain disruptions are likely to continue, but it is hard to predict what might happen next. Having an “elastic” supply chain can be critical in overcoming these problems, and Managed IT can help.
Nothing proved the need for cybersecurity best practices in the supply chain lifecycle more than last year’s coronavirus pandemic. Malicious actors around the globe took advantage of the disruption to launch ever more pervasive attacks at industries across the board. Supply chain attacks, or when hackers put malicious code or components into a trusted product to hijack systems along the distribution chain, are increasingly common.