Most Raleigh businesses are looking for ways to go green and reduce their carbon footprint, whether they are using energy-saving light bulbs to switching to drought-tolerant landscaping options. Even when it comes to choosing a printer, the environmental impact can play a role in your decision, which is one of the reasons so many businesses...
For Raleigh businesses and organizations, your data is your most valuable resource. Even when you have security measures in place, it’s possible for your data to be compromised, and stolen by hackers who can put it on the dark web.
Driven by the changing workplace, Konica Minolta launched the new bizhub i-Series of office printers. Ideal for your modern office, the i-Series adds security, connectivity, and smart functionality to the traditional printer while still offering the efficiency and ease of use you’re looking for. Features of the Konica Minolta bizhub i-Series How does the i-Series...
In March 2019, Microsoft announced that Windows 7 support will officially end on January 14, 2020. If you’re one of the millions of people who still use Windows 7, you’ll still be able to use the operating system, but it will leave you vulnerable to viruses.
Your office probably uses a printer on a daily basis. When it’s time for a new one, should you buy or lease?
If you’re like a lot of people, you reuse passwords across several sites, or use the same password with a slight variation like the addition of a number or exclamation point at the end. You probably know this isn’t secure, but the idea of keeping track of dozens of unique passwords is daunting. Having a...
Email isn’t the most secure form of communication. Learn how to use your email more securely to minimize your risk of a security breach.
Cyber security is always important, but here are five cyber threats you can’t ignore. Our network security services give you peace of mind when it comes to these threats.
In the age of email, it might seem like fax machines are a thing of the past. While it’s true that faxing isn’t nearly as common as it was in the 1980s and 1990s, it’s still alive and well for a number of reasons.
As a small or midsize business (SMB), you might think you’re safe from cyber attacks. While that may have been true in the past, it’s no longer the case. In fact, the number of SMBs who have experienced cyber attacks has risen steadily over the past several years. In 2017, 61% of small businesses experienced a cyber attack, which was up from 55% in 2016.