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3 Hidden Fax Machine Expenses That Really Add Up

b2ap3_thumbnail_fax_server_400.jpgDo you have a functioning fax machine in your office? The technology is outdated; yet, there it sits, churning out faxes. Before you keep your fax machine around for another decade, you may want to first consider how it’s chipping away at your company’s operating budget.

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3 Ways to Make Innovation a Priority For Your Company

b2ap3_thumbnail_technology_innovation_for_business_400.jpgHow difficult is it for your organization to innovate and come up with new ideas? Sometimes it might seem impossible when it feels like all the good ideas are already taken. Normally, advancements in technology are a primary fuel for innovation within a company. If you aren’t feeling inspired, there are several new ways you can approach innovation. Here are three ideas.

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These All-in-One Tech Solutions Can Help Your Business Flourish

b2ap3_thumbnail_take_your_business_to_the_next_level_400.jpgComing up with new solutions constantly can put a strain on your business. This can take up a significant amount of time, and before you know it, implementing revolutionary ideas meant to improve efficiency can get in the way of your day-to-day operations. Wouldn’t it be nice to integrate a complete solution in a quick, all-inclusive package?

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3 Telltale Signs That Your Hard Drive is Failing

b2ap3_thumbnail_hard_drive_failing_400.jpgTechnology is vital to the success of any business, but even the most common issue can prevent users from accomplishing their day-to-day goals. Even technology that’s known to be reliable can fail at any given time. This is especially true for the notorious hard disk drive, which is required for the average workstation to function properly. In order to get the most out of your technology, and to avoid data loss, look for signs of hardware failure before the deed is done.

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