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From managed print services, document security, digital signage and environmental efficiency, our thought leaders touch upon current issues, methods and trends.

Secure File Exchange

As technology advances, potential threats to digital devices and information are on the rise. While most businesses take measures to protect their networks and computers, too many overlook the potential vulnerabilities from everyday use of printers and imaging devices. Unsecured printers and MFPs provide a gateway for hackers to penetrate corporate networks and steal valuable, confidential business information. In 2017 alone, hackers highjacked more than 150,000 office and receipt printers. Read More

We are living in the midst of a digital revolution. However, inefficiencies and archaic paper pile-ups are still major roadblocks in today’s business world. Offices are drowning in a sea of paper, too enamored in the day-to-day of their business to be aware of modern document capture and automated workflow solutions.

With Toshiba’s document solutions, companies are no longer bogged down by tedious and manual tasks that eat up the time of your workforce. From large enterprise to small business, Toshiba experts will tailor a solution specific to the needs of your business. Read More

How to Improve Fan Experiences

The Vegas Golden Knights are on their way to the Stanley Cup Final for the team’s inaugural season. The Western Conference Final held a watch party at Toshiba Plaza located outside of T-Mobile Arena.

Here a few ways to increase fan engagement at your sports arena or entertainment complex.

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How Digital Signage Can Benefit your Business

The digital signage market is booming, and it’s changing the way content is delivered and received. Toshiba’s digital signage experts believe that incorporating digital signage into your day-to-day business operations provide many benefits.

Here are a few of the ways that digital signage can benefit your business right now, and for years to come.

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Data Protection

Undoubtedly, the majority of your colleagues are carrying their personal mobile devices to the office these days. Suffice to say, these professionals are producing, storing and sending such important documents as RFPs, presentations and financial results on these devices. Without question, the BYOD (bring your own device) generation is here to stay. Read More