Increasing Value in Your Technology Asset Disposition
Many companies these days leverage peers’ networks to complete tasks. Someone in the company knows someone who knows someone who does IT asset disposal. But is working with multiple companies for the full asset lifecycle really the safest or most efficient way to handle end-of-life assets?
Three Reasons Businesses Need Self Healing Technology
Self Healing Technology can provide the difference between a thriving workplace and lost revenue or productivity. By enabling any end-user device to rapidly repair, your employees can stay focused on your business, versus your technology.
4 Reasons Digital Lockers & Vending Will Change the Future of Retail
Digital lockers and digital vending provide safety and convenience for both retail business owners and customers. Ordering products online can invite thieves. However, using a locker compartment to securely store products can be helpful to both the seller and the buyer.
4 Tips to Successfully Integrate Technology in the Digital Workplace
Cutting-edge technology is changing the way we work. Technology like mobile devices, laptops and smart watches are blurring the lines between what is home and what is work. What’s at risk?
Insurtech: Where We Are & Where We're Going
More insurance companies than ever before are updating their legacy systems with more efficient and consumer-focused platforms, including the cloud and automation. This elimination of time-consuming, manual processes, alongside the ability to reduce complexity of on-site IT platforms, has enabled insurers to considerably streamline workflows and provide improved experiences for consumer- and business-level clients.
Migrating to Windows 10: An Opportunity to Rethink Your Digital Workplace
With its launch in 2009, Microsoft Windows 7 became the most adopted end-user operating system since Windows XP. Choosing the right time to migrate to Windows 10, and implementing a company-wide infrastructure change, are not simple tasks. Adding to the complexity is the need for organizations to consider that mainstream support for Windows 7 has already ended, and extended support for Windows 7 will end in January 2020.