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It's important to sanitise and clean all equipment you many come in contat with regularly, especially with COVID-19 present.
Crestron touch screens are found almost everywhere: work, home, colleges and government offices. Given the current situation facing global customers, below are a few simple steps on how to clean and disinfect Crestron touch screens to help protect the people who use them.
Keeping PCs safe and secure is critical for any business - small or large. For all the advantages that PCs provide, they also present attractive targets for criminals and vandals. Many businesses invest in third-party security products and solutions – and many of these provide excellent value – but the best place to start with PC security is with your users.
Make sure the data printed on your ID cards is SECURELY destroyed and not leaving your business at risk.
Unlinke documents printed on paper, printing on plastic cards leaves an impression on the ribbon/film once a card is printed. This impression does not fade over time, leaving the data printed vunerable to anyone that accesses the ribbon. While usual paper prints can be destroyed in a commercial shredder, you cannot shred card ribbons and they cannot be recycled either. This leaves them becomes insecure when disposed of in the garbage.
As essential as printers or multifunction devices are to today’s businesses, they are often not used to their full potential.
But your device may just have secret superpowers beyond simply printing that can help you look after yourself, your company and the environment.
Not convinced? Just check out these printer features you might not (but should) know about.
The workplace of the 21st century is continuing to evolve at a pace few could have predicted even a decade ago, upending the traditional concept of employees turning up for eight hours a day and working at the same stationary desk year-round.
Thanks largely to an explosion in the number of personal computing devices – laptops, tablets and smartphones – workers can now perform much of their tasks away from the office, often across disparate networks from a range of service providers, with different operating systems. This has led to the coining of a new term: bring your own device (BYOD).
Backing up your data is one of those jobs we often forget about or only do every now and then - when we remember. But what would you do if your data was accidently deleted or your network was hacked & your data encrypted.
Don't wait until the unthinkable happens - Act now to make sure you have the best data back up system in place.
Time is running out if you are running Windows 7.
Microsoft is ending extended support for Windows 7 on 14 January 2020. Now is the time to start planning your upgrade to Windows 10. Here’s what you need to know…
The IT experts at Evolve Equipment Management are ready to help you with your upgrade. Contact us on 07 4080 2000 or email@example.com.