MOEbiz recently attended The United Group (TUG) conference in Las Vegas. This is TUG’s premier event of the year and features many opportunities to meet with preferred suppliers and network with fellow members. MOEbiz was named copier / printer vendor for TUG which has over 1,000 members. Samsung and Great America Leasing were our corporate sponsors for this event.
MOEbiz mourns the loss of one of our most tenured and respected service technicians, Drexel Simpson. Drexel was with MOEbiz for over 15 years and contributed to the outstanding growth of the company; he had worked almost 30 years in the industry. He will be missed by our employees and customers. http://kilpatrickfuneralhomes.com/obituary/drexel-brian-simpson-2/
Companies have come a long way in their ability to ward off internal and external cybersecurity threats. Guarding devices and online data is an ongoing effort. There were a total of 781 reported data breaches in 2015 which represents the second highest year on record since the Identity Theft Resource Center began tracking breaches in 2005. It’s clear that businesses must make it a priority to protect their own, their customers’, and their employees’ private information.
Unfortunately, work cybersecurity knowledge and habits still lag behind. Though some incidents stem from organizations’ subpar planning and systems, the majority come from employee error. Being aware of IT best practices isn’t enough; cybersecurity is reflected in the many technology decisions employees make daily, whether it’s changing logins regularly, avoiding predictable passwords or dodging phishing attempts. In 2014, the Internet Crime Complaint Center received 269,422 complaints with an adjusted dollar loss of more than $800 million. Despite a widespread sentiment that end users are more tech savvy than ever before, reckless behavior persists.
Research shows that 60% of employees use their work mobile device for personal activities. Ninety-one percent of employees connect their laptop/mobile to public Wi-Fi networks. Forty-eight percent of employees have at least 10 logins, but only 34% have at least 10 unique logins. MOEbiz suggests using multiple passwords and using an app to keep track of passwords.
All of your employees are very personable and helpful. Donnie does a good job and goes above and beyond to ensure that our needs are met quickly and efficiently. He is always pleasant and handles the problem in a timely fashion. We really appreciate his thoroughness and knowledgeable assistance.
Danee’ Lewis, Office Manager
During the Ricoh National Conference, held in Las Vegas, MOEbiz was recognized for excellence in Professional Services. MOEbiz utilizes the Ricoh professional services division and their own sales team to develop document management processes, Facilities Management and a host of other technology uses within the workplace. The professional services available through this program bring enterprise level services to the small to medium sized workplace.