Blog

Back

August, 2012


If you recently visited your doctor, you may notice some changes from a few years ago. What happened to the wall of paper files? You might notice more use of computers in the examining rooms. There is probably less printing and copying of paper and more scanning going on.

Read More


The US government is trying to update federal legislation around privacy and security of personal information held by the government. The Privacy Act of 1974 is woefully inadequate to address current technology and the ease of accessing private data.

Read More


Major trends in client computing have shifted the market away from a focus on personal computers to smart phones, tablets and other consumer devices. People prefer the convenience of mobile devices over desktops and even laptops. You might not want to create a major report on your phone, but you sure buy coffee or access customer information on it.

Read More

With an uncertain economy, businesses need to evaluate and streamline operations wherever they can. If you can save a buck without hindering productivity, that’s the first place you will target. A great place to look for savings is in printing.

Read More