Developing good print hygiene habits has never been more imperative. The introduction of the Internet of Things (IoT) has brought with it the ability for networked devices to communicate and share information in an unprecedented way. Multifunction printers (MFPs) resemble powerful computers in their ability to connect to a network, share and store information. This makes them susceptible to privacy breaches and data security threats.
It is rather fortuitous that I had being working on a blog on security even before attending CompTIA's ChannelCon event last week because as it turned out it was a hot topic at the show.
The cloud. It's all anyone seems to be talking about and yet, for such a common buzz word there are still so many people left in the dark about what the cloud actually is and how it can and will impact what we do and how we work.
While the cloud today is generally associated with the ability to reduce costs and increase efficiency, widespread adoption of this technology is sure to have a truly transformative effect on business both small and large.