5 Reasons Why Small Businesses are Taking to the Cloud

In case you have missed it, the adoption of cloud-based technology is rapidly growing, especially among small businesses. In fact, it is probably safe to assume your business is using cloud-based tools in some capacity. However, what exactly is the “cloud?” Without getting into the nitty gritty details of cloud computing, let us just say that the cloud generally refers to a collection of servers located at a central location that store data or serve various technologies, usually to a large number of people.

Smart Integration Workflow Ideas Draws Ricoh Honors

Frontier Business Products Logan Lyles Wins Ricoh Integration Workflow Award

Congratulations to our very own Logan Lyles (photo left) who was a recent winner in the Ricoh Smart Integration Workflow Contest. Logan’s workflow entry was deemed one of the best among a very elite list of submissions across the USA.  The  contest was intended to create more valuable automated workflows Ricoh dealers may use to add value  to customers. Congratulating Logan is Ken Lucero, Solutions Support Specialist, Dealer Division at Ricoh. Logan is the Director of Integrated Solutions at Frontier Business Products. 

With Knowledge Comes Greater Certainty

Selecting a new multifunctional printer (MFP) is an experience you shouldn’t have to repeat all that often if you understand the most important aspects of your decision.  And while there are many variables and considerations within such a move, it’s important to put more emphasis on the nature of your business and where it is heading and less concern over other factors that may not improve your life as much as you would hope.

Network Security and Fake Patches

Network Security and Fake Patches

We talk a lot about threats to data security on this blog, and personal experience has probably acquainted you with everything from Trojan Horses to phishing.

Here’s a particularly sneaky threat that’s becoming more and more common: fake patches.


Is your office mobile friendly?

Is your office mobile friendly?

Mobility isn’t just a fad, it’s a firm reality in the modern workplace. BYOD or “bring your own device” was coined in 2005, but went into use in 2009, when Intel realized employees were bringing their own devices into the workplace and connecting them to company data. Many companies were not properly prepared for the challenges BYOD posed for IT and management, so its popularity took a slight dive as security breaches and legal implications became a real threat.

7 Ways Technology Can Increase Productivity

7 Ways Technology Can Increase Productivity

Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are constantly looking to new technology to create a workforce that is more productive, more efficient, and more innovative. In addition, the rising trend of remote workers has led to an increased demand for on-demand data: data that is accessible at any time, from anywhere.

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