August 11, 2014
Dehydration is much more common than you think. Most of us don’t worry about it, and brush it off as something that happens to travelers in the desert when they run out of water. But there is a chronic form of dehydration that does not have the sudden and intense nature of the acute form. Chronic dehydration is so widespread that today scientists estimate that 75% of people in America operate in a chronic state of dehydration.Read Full Story
July 31, 2014
Ricoh Healthcare Camera is the first solution of its kind. Designed for the rigorous requirements of healthcare, it is industrial shock proof and stands up to water and disinfectants. Using just the camera, a clinician can scan patient barcodes and then use manual entry or pick lists to embed metadata into each image file. That metadata can include a wide range of patient information—from additional barcodes to an audio file.Read Full Story
July 21, 2014
One of the most expensive elements of servicing equipment at a business location is the cost of labor and travel expenses. Save time and stress by troubleshooting common problems before even picking up the phone.Read Full Story
July 15, 2014
Thermal printing, using heat to produce an image on paper, continues to grown in popularity. Many retail businesses have turned to thermal printers to help them ensure a more efficient point-of-sale (POS) experience for their customers. Not only are they more efficient than impact (traditional) printers, but thermal printers are proving to be more cost effective, and reliable for grocery stores and other retailers. Thermal printers are also ideal for businesses that require POS transactions, and are great for a number of other functions, like printing receipts, ID badges, shipping labels, and price tags, to name a few.