Your business has most likely put a lot of energy into software to protect you from viruses. While viruses are easy to defend yourself from with the right software, phishing attacks are a bit trickier to thwart off.
Government agencies require some of the most effective organizational structures possible. They deal with sensitive documents like permits, certificates, licenses, and tax information.
Most business security plans include robust strategies for protecting networked computers and smartphones. However, it's taking more time than it should for decision makers to include networked printers in their security strategies.
It's true that your multifunction printer can print documents and make copies, but is your team overlooking some other capabilities.
Most business leaders have trouble staying on top of their daily responsibilities without trying to juggle IT issues at the same time.
Has your company acquired a scanning solution? Without scanning capabilities, there's no avenue for capturing and reformatting hard copy documents into digital formats.
It's common to think of printing costs as an expense that isn't very high and doesn't require extensive tracking. Unfortunately, most business managers and owners have no hard numbers when it comes to document printing costs.
Accounting firms, once entirely paper-based, are rapidly transforming the way they handle information.
What happens when a disruptive IT incident occurs in your company? Does your IT department correct the issue and move on from there to wait for the next occurrence?
HR departments can't have missed that the majority of employees own and use mobile devices for work. It makes sense that these same employees would prefer to use their smartphone or tablet to access HR information.