With the unlimited amount of phone calls and emails you receive a day it can be hard to keep track of who you talked to and what they do for you. Scammers take advantage of this and use it for their own benefit. You can’t protect yourself if you are not aware of the variety of different schemes some people will throw at you. At Rhyme, we know this and that’s why we want to ensure that your organization is aware of the potential scams that go on in our industry.
Technology has revolutionized the way we communicate. We create, share and store data faster than ever and this has greatly impacted the way we conduct business. While transmitting data almost instantaneously has its benefits, it also causes security concerns, especially for businesses that require their information to be confidential and safe. But you’re not defenseless; by taking advantage of your MFPs security features you can safeguard stored documents and prevent unauthorized access to your network.
Not that long ago industry experts predicted that the arrival of a paperless office was near. With the rise of emerging technologies like cloud storage, document management and e-versions of every book and magazine out there it made sense at the time. But the reality is printing hasn’t reduced at all; we’re actually consuming more paper than ever.
What about the environment you may ask. Isn’t printing that much bad for it? The print industry, in fact, is not only environmentally friendly but also sustainable. The print industry puts a lot of work into applying renewable energy sources and creating eco-friendly supplies. Much so that 70% of today’s ads and direct mail are printed on recycled paper and the print industry plants 3 times more trees than it cuts.
United Stationers, a 93-year-old office product company, announced their rebranding as Essendant this June. The company name and logo isn’t the only thing that got a complete overhaul. This Deerfield based company has changed their company’s perspective by using a more digital and online approach. Buyers today are more digital than ever and Essendant is focusing their efforts on the shift to purchase products online.
What is NJPA?
Some of you may have seen or heard about the National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA) but don't fully understand what they do. NJPA is a public agency that simplifies the bidding and contracting process by giving their 47,000 members access to national contract volume pricing. NJPA’s no-cost membership is available to government, education (both public and private) and all non-profit agencies nationwide. NJPA responds to its members’ purchasing needs by facilitating and awarding national competitively bid contracts, making your day a heck of a whole lot easier.
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Document Management Goals To Have in 2017
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Stop Buying Downtime, Invest in Uptime
Technology is great until it breaks. It not only causes unpredictable headaches and expenses, but it can also impact your time, financials, efficiency, productivity, image. Instead of fixing technology as it breaks, take a proactive approach. Read More>>