Samsung Usage Tracker is a great tool for your business to monitor and control printing expenses by easily tracking device functions. Samsung multi-function devices come with a platform called the Extensible Open Architecture (XOA), which allow users to install custom software applications directly onto the Samsung MFP’s. This simple integration extends functionality, provides flexibility and reduces downtime as well as the need for further hardware investments.
If you have an E-Commerce website that is still not mobile optimized, it is safe to say that you are ultimately losing business. Statistics show that just under 60% of mobile users will leave your website if it takes more than 3 seconds to load on a mobile device. Another 30% of traffic will not follow through with a purchase transaction if the online shopping cart is not mobile optimized.
Here are 3 reasons why your E-commerce based website should be optimized for use on a mobile device.
Let’s ponder…what is a smart home? Is it convenience that is necessitated by adding efficiency, or by the need for the latest in technology to fulfill our desire for a simpler lifestyle? I have thought about that question as to what a smart home can be until recently when I visited a colleague’s home, seeing first-hand how a ‘smart’ home comes to life.
The days of flipping through the yellow pages to find a business are over! In a world that is increasingly reliant on search engines like Google & Bing, it is vital that your business is ranking organically on the first page of search results. Businesses of all sizes are altering their marketing strategies to include less traditional advertising (billboards, radio spots, flyers, newspaper ads, TV spots etc.) and are driving dollars towards search engine optimization (SEO).
In this day and age, many people crave the latest gadgets. From phones to tablets and computers to wearable technology, we want it! Whether it’s the latest trend or the spiel that claims to make us more productive there are many new and exciting products that we want to buy. It seems as though technology has almost become a part of our ever evolving DNA.
It seems that with the advent of digital technology, everything gets faster and more accessible. The same holds true with digital printing. A laser printer, which was once considered a luxury, has embedded itself in the daily workflow of most organizations. Yet, there is still the need to not only print, but have a finished product that is used to promote and inform your customers. There are instances where such materials are on an “as needed” basis and that is when you want to consider Spectrum Document Outsourcing for your print on demand needs.
Do you know how many steps a document takes within your organization before it is filed or ends up in a shredding bin? Do you track output costs? Do you monitor where and what content is being printed in your organization? Most companies can’t answer these questions without doing some homework. Costs associated with printing are typically chalked up to the cost of doing business and most organizations don’t delve into how much of their output is attributed to waste and inefficient workflow processes.
On April 8, 2014 Microsoft will end extended product support for Windows XP, its long running popular desktop Operating System. It’s hardly been a secret. Microsoft has been announcing since September of 2013 that Windows XP will be reaching its end-of-life cycle.
What does that mean for the end user? Will your PC suddenly stop working? Will your XP license stop working? The answer is no. Your XP computers will continue to work as they’ve always done, and you won’t really notice any differences.
We live in an era where we don’t just want, we expect everything to be better, faster, mobile and user friendly. While our demands for better technology constantly increase, we are left pondering the question, what is the best solution for my business? The focus of this blog is to help your business make the right telephony decision.