Nothing is more frustrating than a paper jam when you need to quickly print something. Luckily, simple maintenance is the key: • Buy good quality paper. Paper packaged in plastic or laminated reams is best. • Always store paper in a cool, dry place. Moisture on the paper is a leading cause in jamming. • Fan the paper…

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Did you know more than 80% of bacteria in fingerprints end up on touchscreens? Before the pandemic we used shared and public touchscreens frequently without thinking twice. Whether it was a self-checkout at a grocery store, an ATM or even a multifunction printer (MFP), we thought very little about the risk of germs when touching…

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Protecting your identity and information is paramount: whether personal or professional, banking information or intellectual property. For IT professionals, who are most often the ones responsible for securing this information, this is a continuously daunting task with financial and confidentiality concerns at stake. Organizational data breaches averaged $3.86 million per leak in 2020, according to…

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As consumers, we are purchasing more and more online compared to traveling to a brick and mortar store. In fact, eCommerce sales have doubled in the past five years and are approaching 20% growth year over year.  And, this growth was accelerated with COVID-19’s shelter-in-place orders that shifted online shopping from an occasional method to…

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The pandemic of 2020 has produced a myriad of consequences for the legal industry, with courts literally closing up shop and halting new case filings, which in turn caused a significant drop in law firm billings. By June, Clio, a leading legal technology firm, documented a 27% decrease in billings nationwide, leading firms to layoff…

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If you’re not outputting your business communications in color, you haven’t been paying attention! Numerous studies show that business communications produced in color have a more persuasive effect on clients and employees than black and white. In fact, psychologists have found that you’re more likely to forget something when it’s in black and white. An ARTICLE by…

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