Data Security

Corporations have been emphasizing data security for some time now. As a result, nearly 80 percent of all companies have a chief information security officer (CISO) or equivalent according to PricewaterhouseCoopers. To underscore this emphasis, people at Fortune 500 companies holding this title typically command $500,000 to $700,000 writes CIO Journal’s Steven Norton. Read More


When making the decision to move forward with any major purchase one has to prepare themselves for the long term commitment associated with that purchase. This is certainly the case when an organization decides to implement a digital signage (DS) solution. Read More


Gartner predicts cloud computing is one of the top technology trends in 2015. In reality though, cloud computing has been a staple of business for at least four years or so as companies like DropBox are streamlining our work by allowing us to send and receive data-intensive files that heretofore would have been challenging, if not been impossible. Though DropBox comes to immediate mind as a must-have app (how else could I share my graphics-rich presentations with colleagues, vendors and potential customers?), there are a plethora of other amazing cloud-based apps to help your business operate more smoothly. Read More


Considering our still tepid economy, financial officers continue to scrutinize organization-wide budgets, with particular interest in shaving IT expenditures. While some companies have been able to operate at or near optimum levels under these circumstances, others are struggling to operate as efficiently as before.

Fortunately for all involved, companies may reduce print costs by up to 30 percent – according to market research firm, Gartner – by adopting a managed print services (MPS) program. To implement an effective and comprehensive MPS initiative, it is important to create a program covering all aspects of document management.

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With market research company IHS predicting digital signage – or DS – revenues exceeding $15 billion by the end of next year, video display vendors are now fast and furiously unveiling ultra-high definition LED displays to keep up with demand.

While it’s certainly a necessity to have state-of-the-art display technology in any DS implementation, it doesn’t stop there. Perhaps the most important aspect of any DS implementation is developing and managing what appears on the displays. Creating such content inevitably includes an organization’s marketing team and as you can imagine they are already routinely faced with a myriad of projects, leaving them little to no time to take on another task.

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