HP EliteBook 840 G5 Healthcare Edition Notebook

HP Healthcare Notebook: Built for Security The HP EliteBook 840 G5 Healthcare Edition Notebook is HP’s first notebook built for healthcare. It can be easily sanitized, plus it features single sign-on authentication and enhanced security. Now you can ensure your devices and data are protected while supporting HIPPA requirements—all with Read more…

HP Healthcare Edition HC270cr 27″ Display

HP Healthcare Display: Advanced, Safe, and Simple The HP Healthcare Edition HC270cr 27″ Display is a clinical review display designed specifically for clinicians. According to HP, it is the world’s first clinical review display to integrate an RFID reader that supports single sign-on authentication. In addition to easy authentication, this Read more…

The Advantages of HPE InfoSight

What Is HPE InfoSight? HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise) InfoSight is the industry’s first artificial intelligence (AI) recommendation engine. According to HPE, it is an “industry-leading predictive analytics platform that brings software-defined intelligence to the data center with the ability to predict and prevent infrastructure problems before they happen.” It is Read more…

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The Power of Promotional Products

The Power of Promotional Products Did you know that promotional products are regarded as the most effective form of advertising to prompt action? In fact, according to Promotional Products Association International, promotional items are better received and less avoided by consumers than any other advertising vehicle. In an increasingly digital Read more…

The 3-2-1 Backup Strategy

The Importance of Backing Up Your Data Whether you’re a school, small business, hospital, or law firm, backing up your data is crucial for the success of your organization. A backup is a copy of your information stored someplace other than on your computer or device. Having backups ensures you Read more…

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6 Tips for Creating a BYOD Policy

Creating a BYOD Policy Although BYOD programs sound like less work than employees using company-owned devices, it can actually be a very complex process. Carefully creating a clear BYOD policy will help ensure a successful transition. Here are a few tips to help you get started! 1. Outline Allowed Devices Read more…