The reality of digital video surveillance is exciting. But, likely doesn't quite match the picture you've built from how it is often portrayed. Think of your favorite crime television show, maybe Law & Order or Person of Interest ... it's important to know that what you see in shows like that, is dramatic, and a lot of fiction is built around video surveillance and its uses. Video surveillance systems today are more advanced, affordable and easier to use than most people think.
Let’s visit some of the myths that still persist around digital surveillance systems...
When you think about switching telecom services, it’s not a small decision. You will probably need to read the fine print on documents that you may have chosen to ignore up to this point. It will probably involve some research, the deciphering of the legalese in the contracts, and more than a little finesse in terms of timing. Due diligence means doing a very complete, detailed audit of all aspects of an organization. If you’ve started thinking about switching your telecom provider, you may need to perform due diligence on your business relationship with that telecom service.
The telephone might seem antiquated with mobile phones, chat systems and video conferencing tools available, but there will always be a need to pick up the phone and directly connect with someone else. You'd think after decades of use, we would have mastered the use of business phone systems, but you'd be wrong. The following are four common headaches your phone system is no doubt causing you at work.
Without a telephone, your business would have a hard time staying in contact with clients and customers; not to mention keeping open lines of communication among employees. The digital age has brought many wonders, but the telephone is one piece of "old-school" technology your business will always need. If you haven't already upgraded your phone systems to match the digital age, you may be experiencing a number of issues. The following are some of the common issues facing older phone systems, as well as the best fix for the situation.
With a keen sense for business and the intellect to invent a wide range of sophisticated printing devices, HP has released a new line of wide format printers that are redefining productivity, printing costs and quality.
Technology is a wonderful thing, and businesses rely on various pieces of equipment to complete daily tasks. To remain reliable and efficient, which keeps your business competitive in the marketplace, technology requires upgrades. However, there is a time and a place to upgrade equipment like a wide format printer, and there are times when it is better to wait. Here are five reasons to consider holding off on investing in a new device.
Tech devices and IT equipment tend to advance at the speed of light. As demand for better performance or more efficient productivity from consumers pushes manufacturers to add capabilities, these devices are updated on a regular basis. By and large, wide format printers have not advanced at the same pace as other IT equipment and tech devices in the office. Generally speaking, few changes have taken place in the past decade. However, this doesn't mean changes haven't taken place.
If you're going to effectively control the printing costs in your business, you need to have more than just rules governing use of the wide format printer that you and your employees use. Before you can set effective guidelines and maintain sufficient supplies for your devices, it's important to understand the production level that takes place in your office. Tracking output on your wide format printer allows you to gather this information, but how do you effectively track prints?
With so many managed IT providers offering access and easy migration to cloud computing, it can be difficult to determine which company is the best to partner with on this journey. As you compare the services and technologies offered by a provider, it's important to remember that any good cloud computing solution starts with solid, reliable support.
As you consider which financing approach to take in obtaining a new wide format printer, you'll likely read a lot of information about various benefits. While it is important to understand the benefits and drawbacks of buying or leasing a wide format printer, it's also important to focus on the value that comes with each of those decisions. The following factors highlight the value your business gets from leasing a wide format printer...