Today’s Homework: Know Thy Cloud

Cloud migration isn’t a new concept and many companies are switching over to cloud based services because they trust in its stability. But a huge mistake that’s being made in this trust is when companies or governments don’t do their homework prior to choosing a reliable company to host and monitor their data. Here are […]

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How much is too much technology?

Yesterday’s article from Ricoh, “Connection is Critical: Information Sharing on College Campuses”, discusses the benefits of a flipped classroom. “A flipped classroom is an academic model in which the typical lecture and homework elements of a course are reversed”. This is where the students receive the lecture prior to class and participate in active learning […]

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Technology in the Classroom: A+

The education industry is more focused on educating than on what efficient tools they need to run it. The expectations are set high and we understand that. Educators in schools, universities, and colleges need fast, reliable equipment to print their countless sets of worksheets, but not be charged a ton of money. Cost effective is […]

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In House Printing Benefits Every Business

The words “in-house printing” make many think of production equipment, which in turn, is thought of as an unneeded expense, or at least only needed for the production industry. However, those same people purchase mass marketing materials, documents, and products for customers, new employees, and events often. These same outsourced materials often become outdated and […]

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Central Arkansas Service Tech, Norman Elliott II

Norman Elliott II, our Service Technician based out of our Little Rock location, has been in the business technology industry for the last four years. Arkansas Native to the core, Norman graduated from Conway High School with honors and attended ITT Tech. At ITT Tech, he graduated with an associate of Applied Science in Computer […]

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Key Places Where a Sharp Aquos Board Should Be Allowed to Participate

You’re familiar with the bells and whistles of the Sharp Aquos Board. Like with the PN-L703B, with its large HD display, the ability to create and present content, the built-in collaboration support of up to 4 simultaneous users with interactive pens and 50 mobile devices. Plus, it connects to your copier/MFP and you have web […]

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Security in Ricoh Mobile Printing

The popular trend of mobile printing has grown as businesses employ more and more remote employees. Because of this, the need for security protocols has risen. These security protocols should be put into place to protect sensitive information. As the name suggests, mobile printing is the use of a mobile device to send a document […]

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What Does PPM Mean?

When you look at the specifications as you’re shopping for a new MFP, do you wonder what ppm means? The actual acronym means pages per minute, but what does that really mean for you? First consider how much you and your employees will be printing. Will there be a book of documents in which reams […]

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Now Serving Central AR: Little Rock is Open

As our great customers in Northwest Arkansas will attest, our quality service and products is always expected and delivered. Over the last 38 years, we have helped large corporations, like Walmart, to small businesses, like Bailey & Oliver Law Firm , with their office technology. Today we are excited to announce our newest location: Little […]

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The Legendary 5th Color: White, Clear, and, Now, Neon Yellow

Back in 2014, I remember the buzz swarming the office talk. A new innovative toner that will change production printing: white and clear toner. Introduced by Ricoh with their 7110X series, when the first machine rolled in for a customer, we all stood in awe, impressed by the quality. We knew this would change the […]

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