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Is Your South Florida Business Prepared for Disaster?

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 07/15/2015 - 13:38

As Floridians, we all know that hurricanes are a natural part of living in a tropical paradise. We've grown accustomed to those summer trips to the hardware store to stock up on batteries, flashlights, generators, and whatever else we need to protect our homes and prepare for the storm.

And when the storm comes, we stay home, board up, hunker down, and play some Monopoly. When it passes, we go outside, clean up, and go back to work.

Unless, the office flooded. Unless all the customer files, contracts and accounting documents are trapped inside water-logged filing cabinets, or being wind-blown down I-95. The water will eventually recede, but the documents are lost forever.

How long would it take for your business to recover from such a loss?

Get Google Apps for Education Free!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 07/11/2012 - 14:13

With budget cuts around nearly every corner, South Florida schools are feeling the pressure to make every dollar count. One way schools can save is by migrating to Google Apps for Education.

Google Apps for Education is a hosted communication and collaboration solution that includes: Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Talk, Google Docs, Google Sites, and Google Video for Education.

Upgrading to Google Apps for Education saves schools money by eliminating the need to maintain internal servers, software licences, and upgrades. Best of all, it's free for students, faculty, and staff at qualifying educational institutions.

Find out more about Google Apps, or contact us to learn how Google Apps for Education can help your South Florida school.

Scan to E-mail with Google Apps

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 09/19/2011 - 14:20

Many of our clients are moving services like email to the cloud. As fantastic as these services are, they have always caused headaches for devices like copiers that use those services. The truth is, businesses don’t consider their MFP’s when they make decisions about these services.

Google Apps is a good example. Until very recently, no Ricoh MFP could meet the security requirements to be able to send an email through Google’s mail servers.

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