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Toshiba’s e-Studio Introduction Suits Small-To-Medium Businesses

Toshiba America Business Solutions introduced the latest addition to its industry-recognized multifunction product (MFP) line, the e-STUDIO ™ 2803AM. The new model of offering ledger-size supports outfits small-to-medium size business (SMB) owners with the necessary speed and feature-set to successfully manage their network-wide print and copy needs. Professionals should appreciate the product’s sharp 2,400 x…

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3 Easy Steps to Protect IP Cameras From Hackers

Source: 3 Easy Steps to Protect IP Cameras From Hackers – Corporate Tech Decisions In a networked physical security environment, each embedded device is a unique computer complete with IP address, passwords, security configuration settings and vulnerabilities. Poorly configured devices can provide a hacker with the opportunity to gain entry into the network where they…

Sean Berry

Sean Lee Berry

Thank you to all who have provided your incredible outpouring of love, care, concern, and prayers for Sean and our family. We are extraordinarily saddened at the loss of an incredible brother, dearest friend, and extraordinarily talented business teammate. We were so honored to be his brother and look forward to seeing him again one…

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Ride For Jillian

Source: Ride for Jillian – Rolling Thunder 2016 MWA Intelligence, Inc. annually participates in the Rolling Thunder Ride where by Michael T. Stramaglio, President and CEO, and other participants from the Imaging Channel ride from Scottsdale, AZ to Washington, DC to honor our veterans and raise donations for a charity in need. This year, MWAi…

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Businesses need to deal with paper’s invisible footprint

Source: Businesses need to deal with paper’s invisible footprint | Information Age

The majority of business information is still spending much of its lifespan on paper, despite the fact that paper presents an ongoing challenge to businesses.

Last December, just as everyone was preparing to head home for the festive break, a worrying story hit the scientific research press. A team at the University of British Columbia had been attempting to collect original research data from a random set of 516 studies published between 1991 and 2011. They discovered that 80% of the scientific data that informed the studies had been lost.

They noticed that for the first two years after publication, data was properly filed, protected and stored. Then it started to disappear, at a rate of 17% a year. Never to be found again.