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Go green concept, recycle keyboard key.

Though the celebration of Earth Day 2015 has come and gone, the intent behind this day’s origination 45 years ago has clearly resonated throughout the world. This year alone, more the two billion individual “Acts of Green” were accomplished globally – according to Earth Day Network, the organization that spawned from the original Earth Day. Read More

Digital Signage used to enhance the shopping experience

“How can we better engage our audience?” Undoubtedly, this question has been asked throughout the ages by merchants and retailers alike. For those of us in the growing digital signage – or DS – space seeking to bolster our client’s bottom lines, this underlying question must still be answered. Fortunately, technology today provides us with great avenues to better appeal to consumers. Read More

Securing Mobile Print

By Bill Melo

Mobile-Print

Without a doubt, BYOD is exponentially gaining widespread acceptance as market research company, Gartner predicts 85 percent of all organizations will allow their employees to use their own tablet and smartphones from 9 to 5 by the year 2020. Though many of these individuals will certainly choose to reduce their number of prints, another noted market research company, IDC anticipates half of this crowd will require the need to print from their mobile devices. Read More

TV screens

More than half of all employees in the United States feel out of touch or disengaged with their organizations. As a result, U.S. companies are losing $450 to $550 billion a year in productivity. These fairly startling statistics came to light through well-known public surveyor, Gallup’s latest report, “State of the American Workplace.” Read More

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