Printer Leasing, Centralized Setup Prevent Small Budgets from Breaking

Faced with a tight budget this 2015, the Albuquerque school district started imposing limits on the number of printouts schools can produce, at 1,200 per student. Teachers protested against the policy, saying that it conflicts with the Common Core Standards of preparing students for the competitive world. The district administration had to look for Plan […] Read more »

Computer Network Services Respond to How Cloud Will Evolve in 2015

It’s already 2015. Have you fluffed your cloud lately? Cloud computing, in the simplest sense, is Licklider’s dream on the verge of becoming a reality. This unified storage system continues to take SMEs and companies by storm (no pun intended) by making data more accessible and reducing physical server clutter. While it may look like […] Read more »

Computer Network Services—Absolute Necessity for Today’s Businesses

For many years the company had a siloed approach to backing up data, says Simon Bennett, EMEA information systems director. The local IT teams in each of the regions work as a separate entity and have control over their own individual network. This results in a variety of backup and disaster recovery systems. This increases […] Read more »

Printer Leasing: Greater Efficiency for Big and Small Businesses

As part of the local government’s commitment to help grow Albuquerque’s small businesses, Mayor Richard J. Berry held the first business development meeting in the city earlier this June. According to Albuquerque Business First reporter Dan Mayfield, the meeting was part of Albuquerque’s Living Cities Integration Initiative, an alliance with various foundations and other states […] Read more »

Reliable Computer Network Services: Never Get Left Out Ever Again

Companies that bought their computers and networking equipment more than five years ago may want to consider getting an upgrade. According to Computer Business Review, approximately 51 percent of the world’s corporate networks are currently running on obsolete equipment. This information came from a global survey conducted by the South African tech company Dimension Data: Read more »