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  • Graphic Communication Design Trends for 2021

    The Evolution of the Visual Experience

    , Senior Manager, Creative Services

    As far as designers and companies are concerned, the future seems to be more about a creative collaboration between designers and algorithms, with raw talent and technology working together. (more…)

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    The Power of Partnerships for Digital Transformation

    How Leveraging Technologies Like Google Cloud has Created New Opportunities for Konica Minolta

    , Senior Vice President, Strategic Alliances

    As our industry changes and evolves, and in uncertain times such as we’ve experienced for much of 2020, business transformation is key to maintaining profitability. An increasingly popular strategy for companies to steer through this transformation while continuing to grow and build revenue while staying ahead of the competition is partnerships. Partnerships allow companies to obtain and integrate new capabilities into their offerings; creating new opportunities for themselves and their customers. (more…)

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    Healthcare Workflow Solutions in the COVID-19 World

    , Global Director, Vertical Solutions, Digital Marketplace

    , Product Manager, SEC Solutions

    The COVID-19 pandemic has not only created unparalleled stress on our healthcare delivery system, but highlighted the importance of workflow and data connectivity as front-line healthcare workers respond to the surge of patients in our hospital Emergency Departments. (more…)

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    Digital Records and Content Access – The Easy Way!

    How to efficiently create a process to digitize your physical files without getting overwhelmed

    , National Director of Sales Enablement

    As our current pandemic continues to drive the necessity for remote work and collaboration, managing content has become more important than ever. Businesses and government agencies have discovered how ill-prepared they were to pivot overnight into a remote work environment, especially when it came to their documents and processes. (more…)

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    The impact of COVID-19 is apparent everywhere we look, and the interior design industry is no exception. Whether designing home interiors, office spaces, retail experiences or hospitality venues; floorplans, material selection, and how we furnish these environments will be altered. More important than ever before, how we strategically design spaces will be critical for creating the right work experiences to facilitate the way we need to work – whether it is driving collaboration and innovation or individual work style practices. The following is an exploration of how interior design will shift as we rethink our workspaces. (more…)

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    School Security for our New Normal and Beyond

    Mass notifications and screening students, faculty, staff and visitors should be in every school plan

    , Manager, Government and Education Solutions

    The ongoing pandemic has forced schools and districts to change the way they operate. Depending on local guidelines, the new school year looks different than any other previous year. Some schools are reopening with precautions in place, others are choosing hybrid models, and some are conducting all classes online. As schools resume either in-person or via remote learning (or a hybrid of both), mass notification systems can quickly and effectively keep stakeholders and communities informed. This has become even more crucial recently because information changes rapidly and on an almost daily basis. Mass notification systems can help schools overcome the speed and reach of communicating with administrators, staff, students and the community at large. (more…)

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    Redefining the Workplace

    Make the most of your office with tools to enable smarter decision making

    , Senior Vice President, Digital Transformation and Emerging Technologies

    In September 1994, over 32,000 AT&T employees stayed home to work. This was the first large scale attempt at telecommuting – and a key turning point for exploring how far businesses could go in transforming the workplace. Prior to this, the workplace followed a 19th century model of work, focused on inputs and outputs, and a distinct lack of worker autonomy. (more…)

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    Customized Content Apps for Better Collaboration and Efficiency

    Students and faculty revel in the new and improved Dropbox app

    , Manager, Government and Education Solutions

    , Manager, Digital Workplace and Office Products

    Digital innovation is the cornerstone within education, especially when it comes to higher education. The need to work anytime, anywhere and quickly switch back and forth from online to in-person has been accelerated by the global COVID-19 pandemic. The need to have flexible solutions at home and on campus is more crucial than ever before. University faculty, staff and students need to be able to adapt quickly and seamlessly with easy-to-use collaboration tools. (more…)

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    How Remote Work is Transforming Cybersecurity

    Top 3 tips on preparing for the latest security risks

    , National Manager, Security Services, All Covered

    As organizations of all sizes extend their commitment to supporting remote workforces for the future, cybersecurity teams are finding that they need to address new risks to stay protected. Employees using insecure devices and networks have created new security vulnerabilities for businesses – and with Google tallying more than 18 million malware and phishing emails related to COVID-19 each day earlier this year, hackers have never been more active. (more…)

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    What GREENGUARD Gold Certification Means for Print Professionals

    Certified Inks are Low in VOCs and Even Safe for Schools and Hospitals

    , Manager, Product Marketing, Specialty and Wide Format Products

    Commercial printing and sustainability are not something that people would put together. In fact, too often commercial and industrial print are seen as NOT environmentally friendly. However, this is not the case at Konica Minolta. As a global corporation with a large footprint in manufacturing, we have taken great steps to ensure we have a minimal impact on our environment. This also extends to the output of our production print product lines, where volatile organic compounds (VOC) have been part of the challenge for print providers for decades. Konica Minolta is committed to sustainability and we are following our long-term environmental plan: EcoVision 2050, for which we recently changed the target year to achieve Carbon Minus status from 2050 to 2030. (more…)

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