Successful remote working arrangements require the right software solutions to support day-to-day business operations. Though remote work offers benefits to both businesses and their employees, both parties can only realize these benefits if remote work enables the same productivity as a traditional work environment—while also leveraging the efficiencies of remote work arrangements.Read More
When businesses look to cut operating expenses, printing may not be everyone’s top target. The costs of printing often go unexamined since they are difficult to track and manage.Read More
Over the past few years, specialty colors have made a statement in the digital print space. These metallic, fluorescent, white, and clear inks give designers more possibilities and give print shops the flexibility to provide more value to their customers. With their CMYK Plus Adaptive Technology, Xerox has been leading the way with innovative Beyond CMYK digital sheet fed solutions that help both in-house and commercial print shops deliver more “wow” to their customers.Read More
If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that disaster and business disruption can’t be predicted. Cyberattacks might be the most prevalent risk to your company’s operations, but disruption can come in many different forms—and businesses should be prepared for any situation.Read More
You’ve probably seen thermal imaging technology in action—abstract photos of human silhouettes radiating green, yellow, orange, and red hues. While thermal imaging has become somewhat of a buzzword in recent months, the technology has existed for decades. Not to be confused with a night vision camera, thermal imaging systems were originally developed for military use during the 1950s. Since then, thermal imaging has evolved beyond military surveillance, with expanded usage in many industries. From firefighters and law enforcement to powerline supervision and perimeter surveillance, thermal imaging technology has come a long way in the past 70 years.Read More
The coronavirus pandemic forced many businesses around the world to adopt remote work security policies almost overnight. Now, even as some cities and states across the country start to loosen restrictions and allow business operations to return to normal, some companies are choosing to stick with remote work as a permanent option for their workers.
Adopters of this trend include Silicon Valley companies like Facebook and Twitter, but businesses of all shapes and sizes are realizing that business can proceed more or less as “normal” even when working from home. One of the biggest challenges of this transition is implementing security standards to govern a new remote workforce.
The discussion around remote work began when stay-at-home orders were enacted in March and has persisted long after those sanctions have been lifted. Employees have continued to work from home despite city and state reopening’s, suggesting that remote work is here to stay. To prepare for the future of remote work, it is important that businesses provide clear guidance for their remote workforce that is in line with their company values. Whether your company is expanding its investment in remote work, or embracing it for the first time, a comprehensive Remote Work Policy is essential to ensuring employees’ success, regardless of their location.Read More