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Specialty printers can have automation and customization—two concepts still not easily squared because most specialty printers think of their work as a more artisan-like process. For years, they’ve been told that the opportunities in wide-format and specialty printing offer customers unique..

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Recently, Twitter announced that a bug in their system was stealing user passwords. The outcome of this potential disaster could have created a ‘tweet storm’ of monumental proportions and the possible loss of Twitter’s reputation.

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Mary Jo Johnson, CEO/Owner – EO Johnson Business Technologies, was named a 2018 Women of Vision by the YWCA in Wausau, WI.  The program honors strong women in the community who have stepped out to advocate for and/or blazed a trail for others, launched a new solution to a community issue, or..

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Millennials, the generation born between 1980 and 2000, are in the job market and offering up both challenges and opportunities to employers. According to a 2016 Gallup poll, 60% of millennials are open to new job opportunities yet they’re the most likely generation to switch jobs.

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Blogging is a low-cost internet marketing tool, yet many small businesses either don’t have a blog or let them go inactive. Is that your company? Here’s why that could be a big mistake.

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Business competition is intense, and there’s an explosion of technology to help companies stay ahead. Making it all work depends on the ability of employees to cope and adapt to the changes. That’s a tall order for any company with a diverse age range of employees.

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Did we ever think we would worry about our printers being business security risks, like we worry about our networks?  Well, that time is here.

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Finishing has arrived! According to a 2017 Caslon survey of print service providers who primarily use digital presses, “finishing is a top choice with 65% of the respondents signaling a plan to invest. Quick printers and commercial printers with more than 10 employees are also making heavy..

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As an Eagle Scout, I learned how to read a map and use a compass at a young age.

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Self-indulgent, impatient, slackers—these are just some of the unflattering words used to describe millennials. Yet this generation, already in the workplace for ten years, is showing plenty of moxie! As the oldest millennials approach their mid-thirties, businesses are seeing maturity,..

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