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  • What is a Document Management System and When Do You Need One?

    by K Logan | Oct 19, 2016
    Heard the term "document management system" and wondered what, exactly, it is? Look no further!
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  • 5 Myths About Teleworking - Busted!

    by K Logan | Oct 12, 2016
    A lot of managers shut down the idea of teleworking pretty quickly when the subject comes up. While their concerns are often valid, these objections are often based on inaccurate beliefs and they miss out on the myriad of benefits they could gain from a telecommuting strategy. Here are 5 myths about telecommuting - busted.
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  • 5 Things That Drive No-Show Rates Higher

    by K Logan | Sep 27, 2016
    According to the American Journal of Medicine, the average no show rate is between 23-34%. You can lower your no-show rate - just stop doing these 5 things.
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  • Are Your Passwords Secure?

    by K Logan | Sep 08, 2016
    You've developed a couple of clever passwords, but if they don't match up to password best practices, you could find yourself easily hacked!
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  • Will Your Backups Work When You Need Them To?

    by K Logan | Aug 22, 2016
    “It won’t happen to us,” they said. “We’re too big to fail.” And then? Thousands of cancelled flights, angry customers and a financial impact that will likely total in the tens of millions of dollars. Welcome to Delta’s nightmare, circa two weeks ago.
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  • Is Your Business Stuck in the Stone Age

    by K Logan | Aug 01, 2016
    Never underestimate the impact that technology has on your business.
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  • 5 Problems Your Phones are Causing

    by K Logan | Jul 28, 2016
    A lot of businesses don’t really think about their phone systems beyond whether or not there is a dial tone. But their communications systems could be causing problems they’re not even aware of. Take a look at these 5 common phone-related issues you might not know you’re having.
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  • 5 Things Your IT Provider Should Do For Your Healthcare Practice

    by K Logan | Jul 20, 2016
    From pointing the finger at other vendors to lack of HIPAA compliance, here's a look at some of the frustrating things that IT providers do - and don't do - for healthcare practices.
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  • 5 Ways Paper Files Hurt Your Medical Practice

    by K Logan | Jul 14, 2016
    In the healthcare industry, record keeping and documentation is essential for providing treatment. When these records are managed on paper, limitations present themselves.Keeping records isn’t the problem, paper is. These limits can create tangible barriers to ensuring quality care. The limitations of paper can create tangible barriers to ensuring quality care and negatively impact the patient's experience. Here are 5 ways that can happen.
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  • 4 Small Business Shortcuts That Put Your Business at Risk

    by K Logan | Jul 07, 2016
    Running a small operation is no easy feat. Growth is often unpredictable and cash flow is not always available when you need it. While shortcuts often seem reasonable (who doesn't love free?) they can jeopardize your business. Here are 4 examples.
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  • 13 Benefits of Document Management & Workflow

    by K Logan | Jun 30, 2016
    From offices overwhelmed with paperwork to lost documents and redundant processes, document management and workflow automation can curb a number of productivity issues and provide multiple benefits for offices. Here are 13.
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  • 9 Ways Unified Communications Benefits Your Organization

    by K Logan | Jun 23, 2016
    The market is filled with communications tools that bolster collaboration and make it easier for customers and prospects to reach you. These tools are typically deployed disjointedly in many offices.This leaves your office with a variety of platforms and communications tools that don’t work well together. Here's how unified communications can help.
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  • 6 Steps to Secure Your Printers and Copiers

    by K Logan | Jun 01, 2016
    There are a number of reasons that printers or copiers can expose your entire network to unnecessary risks. If you are governed by compliance regulations or maintain sensitive information, the security of printers and copiers should not be taken lightly. Read on for tips to secure these devices.
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  • Can "Paperless Office" Be a Reality?

    by K Logan | May 25, 2016
    It’s hard to fathom going 100% paperless; many office processes are heavily reliant on paper. From healthcare to education and into the business sector, paper remains a way of life. Is a paperless office realistic?
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  • How Much Do Copiers Cost?

    by K Logan | May 18, 2016
    One of the top questions on people's minds when they go to shop for a copier is - how much is this going to cost? Let's take a look.
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  • Should You Allow Employees to Bring Their Own Devices to Work?

    by K Logan | May 04, 2016
    As technology advances, more organizations are embracing a “bring your own device” (BYOD) policy. Should you be one of them?
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  • Should You Use Cloud or Premise-Based Phones? 5 Questions to Ask

    by K Logan | Apr 27, 2016
    Trying to decide if you should use cloud phone service or stick to your onsite phones? These five questions should help you make an informed decision.
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  • Environmental Impact of Printing

    by K Logan | Apr 22, 2016
    In honor of Earth Day, we've created a new infographic that spells out what the environmental impact of your printing is. Take a look!
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  • Your Guide to Telecommuting

    by K Logan | Apr 20, 2016
    Learn more about telecommuting with our new whitepaper: Your Guide to Telecommuting
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  • 5 Myths About VoIP- Busted

    by K Logan | Apr 13, 2016
    There are plenty of myths and beliefs that surround IP phones, but the fact remains that it’s a growing industry – for some very good reasons. We take a look at the 5 top VoIP myths and bust them.
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