Technology

Reasons Why You Would Want a Wide-Format Printer vs. Normal Size

Is your printing business loaded with huge printing needs? If so, then you would need a machine that can cope with such a huge demand. If you are involved in a business that creates posters or other graphic products, a normal sized printer will simply not suffice. To cope with your huge printing needs, a wide-format printer is the right choice. Sure, a normal-sized printer may let you accomplish basic printing jobs. However, relying on this kind of printer limits the capacity of your printing business and may even turn off potential customers who are looking for bigger and higher quality printouts.

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How RFID Became Good for Business

Though consumers may be more familiar with near-field communication (NFC) technology, which is now commonly incorporated into smart gadgets like phones and watches, most businesses are entranced by a different way to locate and communicate with objects: radio frequency identification (RFID). RFID is far from a new technology, but its functions remain relevant today, stretching across industries to provide a number of cost-saving benefits.

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The Benefits of Electronic Billing (and How to Get It for Your Business)

To the dismay of pencil manufacturers, the world is going paperless. At your place of business, your copy and fax machines have probably developed a layer of dust, as most of your employees work entirely from the comfort of their desktops. Nearly every business stores files, sends communications, creates content, and tracks sales digitally ? but for some reason, many businesses just can’t kick the habit of sending clients traditional bills.

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Growing Your Business? Here’s How to Keep Your People Far and Wide Connected

One of the best aspects of technology’s evolution in the lives of most 21st-century businesses is the ability to connect employees, partners, vendors, and clients with one another, regardless of location. From the ubiquity of cellphones to the understated power of messaging software, being in the same space at the same time is no longer a requirement for doing business at all, let alone doing it well.

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3 Tips to Boost your Newsletter Open-Rate

Despite being regarded as a drab and unimaginative form of online marketing, email marketing remains one of the most important channels of communication with customers and is an effective way of boosting sales. Although many of us instantly breeze through mail from companies, the click-through rate of those that do read these emails is remarkably high. There are enough of the latter for most companies to judge email marketing worth pursuing.

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Create Your Personal Health Record and Take Charge of Your Health

It’s not always easy to manage your own healthcare or that of a loved one. Between doctors’ appointments, lab and test results, and keeping track of prescription medications new and old, caring for your own health or that of a loved one can become overwhelming. But, just as technology is making all other aspects of our modern lives easier, it’s making this aspect of our lives easier too.

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4 Tools That Your Growing Online Business Needs

After all the hard work that goes into designing, setting up and promoting your online business, there is nothing more rewarding than starting to see measurable results. Whilst this may seem like the perfect time to sit back and relax, this is actually a crucial turning point; keeping pace with a growing business is essential to sustainable success. As your online company starts to gather speed, here are some incredibly useful tools you might wish to integrate.

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Creating My Plex Server

Just over a year ago I started out using Plex to manage my home media library. I had used a media player that had many of my ripped DVDs, and was connected to a T.V. for several years. The issue was I wanted something that would allow me to watch my movies, view my photos, and listen to my music from any of my devices that were connected to my local network. After a quick search, I discovered Plex.

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