Treasures Left Behind

There are huge security concerns with document printing and destruction for employees working from home (WFH)
If you have ever been to a casino and pulled the arm of a slot machine, you’ve experienced the excitement of hearing, Ding Ding Ding! You’ve hit the jackpot! This is how metal detector enthusiasts feel every time they take a metal detector and walk along the beach, a local park, or even their own property.

Keep IT Safe

If you like to read, you may have a home library.  All good librarians have one thing in common...an organized index.  Confession time!  How many of you manage your computer and online passwords in any of the following ways:

Use the same/similar password for everything
Keep all your passwords written on a slip of paper
Change your password by incrementing the number by 1
Keep a spreadsheet with all your passwords on your desktop

We see it all the time and have heard every reason you can think of as to why it’s “fine.

Fitting the Pieces Together

There is a market for everything—2020 taught us that. One of the hobbies that rose again in popularity last year was building jigsaw puzzles. Social media was ablaze with folks proudly posting images of their completed creations. Some dove into them out of boredom because the challenge allowed them to use their brain and body interactively over time.

Out of Sight, Peace of Mind!

The old saying is “out of sight, out of mind.” However, when it comes to off‑site backups, the saying should be “out of sight, peace of mind!” Off‑site backups provide a safety net for all the vital data that keeps businesses running every day, allowing companies and users to keep a record of their files in a secure location for those rainy days.

The Cost of Doing IT Yourself

“I did it all by myself!” Parents are gleeful hearing their young children exclaim those words with delight after mastering a new accomplishment. It proves the youngster has the drive and individual passion to propel him/her through life. Doing it yourself is great for personal growth, but it is not the key to success for business and organizational achievement for professionals.

Making a List…

...and checking it twice! You may wonder why it takes us time to get proposals for new machines and servers ready. The answer is in the details! We use detailed checklists for all services that we provide and for all current and future projects.

The book, The Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande, stresses how the OR uses checklists to ensure nothing gets left behind when they are operating on a patient.