Theories are all well and good, but case studies provide the real-world proof. These storage technology successes are the real deal.
"It's a very flexible system. There's enough space in the system to allow me the freedom to do what I want. It's not confining if you want to do things a different way."
-Large Corporation, VP Real Estate and Facilities
What comes after the digitization process: Two additional steps that yield even more financial benefits. Why leave money on the table?
To function well, hybrid workplaces need an interior redesign. With these design strategies, a better interior doesn’t have to break the bank.
Appealing workplace amenities are helping employers bring staff back to the office. Document conversion creates space for them.
For workers to be comfortable returning to the office, you’ll need extra space or use existing space more efficiently. There’s tech for that!
The Sec. 179 pot of gold is real, unlike the one at the end of the rainbow, and it’s worth over a million dollars. Here’s how to get yours.
In Washington D.C., a pediatric office that is open 365 days a year and whose physicians are named as Top Doctors by Washington Magazine needed help when they decided to move out of a location they had been in for 25 years.
Like many official documents, laws are printed on paper. One government agency plays a key role in the administration of laws, and this agency maintains paper copies of all the many laws it enforces. Quick retrieval of documents is an essential function of this agency, but insufficient storage space made document organization and retrieval difficult.
Breaking out of your fitness routine is painful but ultimately productive. The same is true of your business: Innovate, adapt, and grow strong.
RFID offers benefits to every business sector. Are you missing out?