Blog

Blog

Understanding the costs of owning a VoIP system

February 26th, 2024

If you’re looking to upgrade your communication solution without burning a hole in your pocket, switching to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) systems may be a wise decision. But, as with any business investment, you need to truly understand the costs involved in making this shift.

Enhance your productivity with Microsoft Edge’s innovative features

February 23rd, 2024

In today’s fast-paced digital landscape, choosing the right browser isn’t just about convenience; it’s about efficiency, security, and maximizing your potential. While familiar names might dominate the market, Microsoft Edge has quietly emerged as a powerful contender, packed with features that can transform your browsing experience.

What you need to know about virtualization and cloud computing

February 21st, 2024

Two terms often thrown around the digital landscape are virtualization and cloud computing. While they are similar technologies, they have distinct differences. This article explains both concepts, including how they work and the ways they can benefit your business.

The verdict on EHRs: Is the shift from paper records in healthcare worth it?

February 19th, 2024

In recent years, there has been a significant push toward digitizing healthcare records. The traditional method of using paper charts and files to store patient information is quickly becoming outdated, with more and more healthcare providers making the switch to electronic health records (EHRs). But is this shift worth it? Are EHRs truly more valuable than paper records? Let’s take a closer look.

Is it worth monitoring employees online?

February 16th, 2024

The digitization of the workplace has opened up new frontiers for employer oversight. With workers more connected than ever through computers and internet-based tools, companies are exploring the advantages of monitoring for optimizing workflow and enhancing productivity.

Troubleshoot your printer: The 4 most common problems and solutions

February 14th, 2024

1. Paper jams

The paper jam is the most common and recurring of printer problems. It arises from various mechanical issues, including overfilled paper trays, misaligned guides, and the presence of foreign objects. To prevent paper jams, it’s crucial to:

Adhere to paper tray capacity: Resist the urge to overfill paper trays.

Cloud migration can be an intimidating and a complex endeavor. Download our eBook, Get Ready to Take Flight: How Your Business Can Achieve a Successful Cloud Migration to learn best practices and get started on the right foot.GET YOUR FREE COPY HERE!

Stay informed on current trends in the IT world, get tips on how to improve your technology, security and enhance your business.
Grow your understanding of all things Information Communications Technology.