The annoying thing about insurance is, you don’t need it…until you need it. Think of a targeted, efficient disaster recovery plan as insurance that your company will have in place against all types of business risks—from fire, to flood, to all manner of cyber threats.
Answer these questions: How many days of business can you afford to lose before your downed IT system is up and running again? Is there data you can afford to lose without its affecting profit? Will lost or stolen data impact compliancy and result in regulatory fines?
How has business technology impacted the modern law office? Are your employees putting data security at risk? How do printing and BYOD impact security and compliancy? What is the role of artificial intelligence in eDiscovery? Find out the answers to these questions and more, at the free (catered!) lunch and learn offered by Advanced Business Equipment, at our Asheville location: 3072 Sweeten Creek Rd, Asheville NC 28803
The Internet of Things (IoT) offers a lot of convenience. But the more things that you have connected as smart devices, the less likely you are to be vigilant about proper security procedures. Is the convenience worth the risk?
Advanced Business Equipment (ABE) has won a coveted place in the ENX magazine and ENX The Week in Imaging's (ENX TWII) 2017 Elite Dealer List through their implementation of exceptional sales and marketing programs meeting six distinct criteria. ENX magazine and ENX TWII are print and online publications for dealers and resellers of office technology, solutions, and services. This annual Who’s Who of the office technology dealer community, presented to the industry’s leaders since 1988, will be featured in the December issue of ENX Magazine.
One of the most frustrating aspects of outsourcing print projects to print providers is the loss of control of the production timeline. This was the impetus behind the decision by Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) to bring printing in-house.