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When cloud printing is critical
YSoft OMNI Series
Former Product Marketing Lead
In a digital era, printing remains a critical business process. How can you make sure it is available when you need it? A print service outage can be a disaster in some industries and an annoying time-consuming inconvenience in others. However, it will always result in a loss of productivity and cost. Let’s look at high availability (HA), and what it means for cloud printing.
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The challenge of the hybrid workforce: Zoom doom, the digital detox, and the rise of print
YSoft OMNI Series
Former Product Marketing Lead
The bedrock of a hybrid workforce is digital technology. Keeping staff connected and productive regardless of location has been a lifeline to so many. However, constant screen time and the rise of Zoom doom is quickly making paper, and the printed page, unlikely heroes.
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The challenge of the hybrid workforce: Cloud-based solutions that work
YSoft OMNI Series
Former Product Marketing Lead
Cloud-based technology shot to fame as the world grappled with working from home and the COVID-19 pandemic. Now it’s time to look longer-term. Continuing our series on the challenges of supporting the hybrid or blended workforce, we take a look at ensuring access to reliable cloud-based printing. 
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The Challenge of the Hybrid Workforce: Busy tech support
YSoft OMNI Series
Former Product Marketing Lead
In this second article looking at the challenge of the hybrid workforce, let’s look at how IT teams have been impacted. As the backbone of every organization, IT technical support keeps things going, even in a global pandemic. Change doesn’t come without challenges, and IT teams have been thrown into the deep end.
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What is the new normal in 2021?
YSoft OMNI Series
Former VP Product Marketing
About a year ago, we heard the first signals of a new virus in China and just a few weeks later in Italy. Everyone can probably remember their first personal impact. For me, I remember it was my son’s soccer team, which was invited to walk on the field with a local Dutch team and it was uncertain if people would be allowed in the stadium.  That was on the 28th of February 2020.  
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