Everyone knows that the choices for computer systems for offices is constantly improving with new chips, more memory and larger storage capacity. Computer systems in our trading area around Burlington Ontario follow what we see as trends in the general industry.
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The hottest topic in IT network design seems to be Cloud Computing. So what is this? What is meant by cloud computing?
Anyone in Ontario that has recently purchased a TV, computer, monitor or printer knows that they are being asked to pay a fee for eWaste the new recycling program introduced last year.
Taking advantage of people in getting them to order unneeded toner for their mfp or printers is the practice of Warehouse Service Centre, Inc. from Escondido California. Of course in all of what they ship and fax, they never put phone numbers or e-mail addresses where someone can contact them.
Our company just installed a new fleet of Kyocera TASKalfa 5550ci colour mfp printers in a client site. This installation was as the result of a competitive process and we replaced another brand of colour mfp (Konica-Minolta) which had been in place.
Last night along with a couple of others from our office I participated in a Vendor Fair at a conference for the Administrative Professionals Association in our area. The attendees at this event were administrators from a variety of organizations from both the private sector and the public sector throughout southern Ontario.
I have been involved in configuring and supporting electronic filing in southern Ontario for almost fifteen years. In the past few months I have been pleasantly surprised to have more people inquiring about electronic file storage. I think one of the reasons that it is more acceptable for people to consider a less paper storage option is because they are becoming familiar with personally focused online file storage options.
A question one of my account representatives has been running into lately. Why do I need to pay for a support plan with an mfp printer?