Xerox partner QuestingHound was called to help install new printers at the Ronald McDonald House of Fort Lauderdale. After doing a network assessment, the solution provider ended up doing a complete IT makeover.
If you think being nestled in your high-rise office many stories above the madding crowd will keep your wireless printers and confidential documents safe, you may need to rethink your skyscraper-centric security strategy.
There are definitely positive vibes flowing through the channel these days. And while services remain a predictably strong player in partners’ game plans, new research shows another area of strength from a less obvious source: hardware.
Helping clients grow their businesses, improve their efficiency and productivity, and enhance security of their critical information means understanding document flow and management. Today, that means a whole lot more than just dealing with printed pages.
The circular economy, a concept traditionally associated with hard-line environmentalists in Norway and Sweden, is getting much attention of late across Europe and the United States.
Managed print services have come into their own in the enterprise and are now a priority for IT decision makers who are looking to MPS to trim costs, improve operational efficiency and increase organizational security, according to new industry research.