CableCover Improves Conference Room Cable Management

Extron Electronics recently introduced CableCover, a durable, fitted bag that mounts below Extron enclosures. When installed, CableCover improves under-table cable management and aesthetics, minimizing cable tangles and preventing accidental disconnections. CableCover is compatible with most Cable Cubby enclosures and can be retrofitted to existing installations. CableCover is 19 inches deep, providing room for up to eight…

Projectors vs. Screens: Which Suits Your Needs Best?

Every company needs a way to display content. Whether it be for presentation purposes, videoconferencing needs, announcements, information, or simply to catch customers’ eyes, enterprises require ways to distribute content in their offices. There are two major products—projectors and video screens—for meeting these needs. However, with HD and Ultra HD screens becoming more affordable and…

The Cloud: Public, Private, or Both?

The cloud is here to stay. It is accessible. It is manageable. It is changing the way that we work. Many companies have already implemented cloud storage into their business models, and those that have not are quickly learning that the cloud is the future of storage and functionality for their needs. A large amount…

MPS 2.0: From Managed Print Services to better business

IT faces a dilemma. Budgets are shrinking, even as companies increase their expectations that IT organizations innovate and deliver on business objectives, according to Angèle Boyd, group VP and general manager of Imaging/Output Document Solutions and SMB at research firm IDC. Mobile devices and cloud-based applications, the explosive growth of unstructured data, and the demand…

Toshiba’s Latest e-STUDIO857 Series Fulfills Users Need for Speed

For organizations of any size seeking to produce high-volume print output, Toshiba America Business Solutions, Inc. has unveiled its e-STUDIO557/657/757/857 series of multifunction products (MFPs). To assist in allowing end users and IT personnel to rest easier, the company’s newest MFPs include a robust 320 GB Self-Encrypting Drive (SED) that meets the ultra-stringent U.S. Federal…

More than Meets the Ear

When a church looks at technology, it doesn’t necessarily stop being a house of worship but it does begin to take on the coolly analytic characteristics of any business looking to make a major capital acquisition. As objective as those per lustrations may be, they are nonetheless vulnerable to perceptual biases that can color the…