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Is Your Copier Contract On AutoPilot?

When buyers go through the process of acquiring copy and print equipment for their office, they are diligent, to say the least. In many cases, it comes down to fractions of a cent per page between vendors. IT can be a blood bath. But then, once the contract is awarded it is far too common to let it go into autopilot. There are even contracts out there that encourage this, namely one rate or no volume contracts. I'll address this later.
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Have the 5 Most Common IT problems Changed?

Our most-read blog over the past 5 years has been “The 5 Most Common IT Problems Your Company Faces”. As we navigate the current landscape of business, I asked myself the question, have these problems changed? Let’s review and find out...
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Why People Hate Buying Copiers

In the song “these are a few of my favorite things” I have never heard “my copier” adlibbed in. Copiers are a necessary evil. Your office has to have a copier along with printers and they always seem to break at the worst possible moment. “Hey, copier! I have a proposal to do in fifteen minutes…..Can you go ahead and start making those folded-up paper fans?”
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5 Signs You Need Document Management.

Every business in America manages documents. Whether that be a bank of file cabinets organized by year, month, and customer, or if it is a stack of paper on your desk that you dig through when you need to find something. This is managing documents.
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Windows 10 Update - Issues Found

on Mar 12, 2021 11:23:59 AM By | Justin Trantham | 0 Comments | Coordinated News IT & Network Services Management Managed IT
Has printing on your Windows 10 computer caused it to blue screen? We have had a lot of calls at Coordinated and have been helping our clients uninstall Microsoft’s latest patch.
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What you Should Expect from your Managed IT Provider

It is common for any company that uses the internet and has an online network to also have someone on their staff working in IT. A lot of the time, it is either one person or a small group of people that work “in-house” and are hired to work on site.
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Innovation and Selling in a New World

on Mar 27, 2020 10:50:47 AM By | Kirk Studebaker // President | 0 Comments | IT & Network Services Management
In the past week our lives have changed substantially. We have always sold by meeting with people face to face, identifying business issues, providing solutions and delivering hardware and software to solve those problems.
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Start your year with a detailed network security audit

on Jan 20, 2020 4:00:00 PM By | Kirk Studebaker // President | 1 Comment | Security IT & Network Services Management
Did you know, in 2018 alone, there were 27 million personal data records exposed. As companies become increasingly reliant on technology, it’s more important than ever to make sure that your networks are adequately protected against security breaches and cyberattacks.
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CEOs, Do You Have Keys to Your Own Network?

on Jan 10, 2020 8:15:44 AM By | Kirk Studebaker // President | 1 Comment | Security IT & Network Services Management
With the mountain of responsibilities in front of modern CEOs along with the lack of time that many have, it's no wonder lower priority initiatives take a backseat or get outsourced. But are you overlooking some critical aspects of your business that keep it running and secure? Can you answer the following question: Who's holding the keys to your network? If you can't answer that confidently then you could have a potential problem on your hands — a big problem. You have heard about cybercrime and threats to your business on the web, but do you have a clear idea of how your network was set up, who holds the keys to your network, and how you can access your network? Keeping in direct contact with your IT department whether internal or external is extremely important. Your team might know who holds the keys to your network, but if you don't know, then who are you going to call? How will you have a potential security threats dealt with if you don't know who to turn to?
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