Technology for Safer Schools

Employing technology to make our world safer has become as ingrained in our society as using a car or the subway to commute to work. One area where that evolution has been particularly dramatic of late is in schools, where myriad incidents over the past two decades continue to demonstrate the growing need for security…

Four reasons to bank on optimized workflow

Information may be power, but it can also be a complex mess. That’s why organizations across the world and in all types of industries identify better information management as one of their most important goals today. For example, when asked to name their current top priorities, more than half of the U.S. firms in a…

Workflow Q&A: Joe Contreras, Director, Product and Solutions Marketing, Toshiba America Business Solutions, Inc.

Workflow recently had the opportunity to talk to Joe Contreras, director, product and solutions marketing, Toshiba America Business Solutions, Inc., about the untethered office, security issues in mobile workflow, TABS’ plans for the future, and more. What are some of the tools available to both businesses and remote employees to make the “untethered office” a…

Balancing Security and Comfort

One of the physical security challenges for many customer-facing organizations is determining the balance between keeping the employees and assets safe, while not restricting or overwhelming their clientele. With the evolution of access control and surveillance systems, solutions are available to meet the needs of businesses both large and small, no matter how complicated or unique the requirements…

7 Essential Lesson for Successful Live Streaming

Live streaming is big and is only getting bigger. We’re in the middle of a live-streaming revolutions. If you’re a broadcast or video professional, you’ll have been hard pressed to miss it. The evidence is everywhere from the businesses, sports teams and other organizations making it happen through to the analysts, bloggers and publications talking…

Document Danger: What to do about hard-copy

The document industry has changed, and yet it remains the same, according to John Mancini, author, speaker and president of AIIM, a global community of information professionals. IT has been talking about moving to a paperless office for more than two decades; but, today, organizations still are managing both hard-copy and digital assets. The question…

Toshiba’s Latest Color Multifunction Products Brighten Offices Large and Small

To allow businesses to create dynamic color documents in a secure and ecological manner, Toshiba America Business Solutions, Inc. introduces its e-STUDIOTM5560C/6560C/6570C series of multifunction products (MFPs). By producing vibrant images and text at up to 1,200 x 1,200 dots per inch resolution and delivering up to 65 pages-per-minute while in color mode, the company’s new product…

How I Chose My First Live Vocal Mic

After taking just enough voice lessons to be dangerous (six, to be exact) and performing with some very patient folks here at Shure HQ, I’m starting to explore the music world that lives in nooks and crannies around Chicagoland…and lo and behold, the time has come for me to buy a live vocal mic. Luckily,…