Your team will experience failure from time to time. While we're taught from a young age that it's important to learn from our mistakes and that we have to fail before success can be achieved, many of us may still struggle to bounce back from our shortcomings.
Printers are essential business tools. Many businesses use traditional printers that are connected to computers and electric outlets via cables. However, this setup is not ideal for multiple users. It also results in a messy tangle of cables that could lead to accidents.
Internet Explorer (IE) was one of the most popular web browsers from the mid-90s to the early 2000s. IE not only allowed home users to access the internet via their home computer, but it also enabled organizations in the United States and around the world to develop tools and websites that improved their daily operations.
Multifactor authentication (MFA) is a security solution that identifies users via two or more verification factors when logging in to their online account. These factors typically include:
Something they have, like a one-time passcode (OTP) sent to a smartphone
Something they know, like a password
Something they are, like a fingerprint or retinal scan
MFA is an ideal way to protect user accounts from cyberattacks.
Caller ID technology allows users to see the caller’s phone number (and sometimes the name) before they pick up. The technology is employed in smartphones, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) lines, and landline phones with alphanumeric displays.
Caller ID makes it easy for people to screen phone calls and answer only the important ones.
If your business in Southern California is not IT-centric but relies on considerable IT resources, you’ll likely get to a point wherein you need to outsource tasks such as infrastructure repairs, maintenance, and upgrades. This is true even if you have your own IT team.
Digital printing is the process of reproducing the visual representation of an electronic file (such as a document or an image) onto media such as paper, photo paper, cardstock, fabric, canvas, and synthetics, among others. It is an alternative to traditional methods such as gravure, flexography, lithography, letter printing, offset printing, and others.
While passwords are undoubtedly the most common factor used to verify a user’s identity today, they are the least secure authentication method. They can easily be stolen, hacked, or compromised, which puts businesses at risk. In fact, the number of corporate credentials exposed on the dark web has increased by 429% since March 2020.
To solve the password problem, many organizations are turning to passwordless authentication.
Many businesses in California and across the United States were forced to lay off employees or close down because of the pandemic, leaving many people jobless. In fact, as of February 2021, there were 10 million unemployed people in America.
Those who lost their jobs normally apply for unemployment benefits and workers’ compensation through state workforce agency (SWA) websites.
Production printers, also known as commercial printers or digital presses, are high-speed computer printers made for high-volume production of materials like manuals, brochures, booklets, and calendars. They are built to handle higher resolutions for color and monochrome printing, and can print on larger paper sizes such as A3+ or SRA3.
Production printers can reduce the time needed for labor-intensive color calibration and personalization tasks.