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In Case You Missed Us: Amazon Alexa and Tech Flops on Tech Talk with KTRS

Posted by Jaclyn Sindel on Apr 18, 2019 10:30:00 AM

Last week on Tech Talk, our IT Expert covered topics from Amazon Alexa to some of the biggest technology flops of the past few decades. SumnerOne's IT expert, Jeff Groby, fielded many questions from Guy Phillips and his co-hosts in efforts to share the latest news in the world of technology for our segment on The Big 550 KTRS.

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Topics: Technology, Tech Talk

8 Simple and Effective Tips to Save Money on Printing

Posted by Jaclyn Sindel on Apr 17, 2019 10:15:00 AM

Plain and simple, printing is an expensive part of your business's annual operating budget. It is estimated that the average company will spend as much as 3% of their yearly budget on print-related costs. Discovering ways to save on printing isn't as simple as buying the cheapest equipment or sacrificing quality for a third-party ink cartridge. In fact, cutting corners could end up costing your business more in the long run. These are 8 simple and effective tips for your office to use to cut back on print and supply spend.

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Topics: Printers, Copiers & MFPs, Technology, Managing Printers

In Case You Missed Us: Deleting Yourself from the Internet on Tech Talk with KTRS

Posted by Jaclyn Sindel on Apr 11, 2019 8:00:00 AM

You've probably heard the good old saying, "Once something is on the internet, there's no getting it back." While this is true, it isn't entirely impossible to delete your information from parts of the internet, but of course, there's a price. Our IT expert, Jeff Groby, joined the crew for The Guy Phillips Show on The Big 550 KTRS last week for Tech Talk to share some information with end users on how to delete data from the internet.

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Topics: Security, Tech Talk

In Case You Missed Us: World Backup Day on Tech Talk with KTRS

Posted by Jaclyn Sindel on Apr 4, 2019 11:15:00 AM

Did you read our recent blog update? Sunday, March 31st, was World Backup Day! Our IT expert, Randy Moore, headed off to The Big 550 KTRS studio to spread the word about the important technology event. Just in case you forgot to back up your data on Sunday, it's never too late. Our Tech Talk recap is coming to you with a reminder on why saving your data and checking in on it is so essential year round.

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Topics: Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity, Tech Talk

SumnerOne Earns an Elite Spot in Canon Advanced Partner Program

Posted by Jaclyn Sindel on Apr 1, 2019 10:45:00 AM

At SumnerOne, our commitment to service is unwavering. Our commitment is one of our core values, and we will always be there for our customers. As much as we love positive feedback from the people we serve, we also love feedback from our vendors. SumnerOne was once again named a Canon Advanced Partner Program dealer. Canon recognizes the best dealers in the community with this elite program, and we are among less than 10% of Canon authorized dealers to qualify for this honor.

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Topics: Small Business, Technology, Canon

Calling for Backup - SumnerOne Celebrates World Backup Day

Posted by Jaclyn Sindel on Mar 29, 2019 9:00:00 AM

We live in a world where data is being created, stored, and shared every minute of every day. The data around us is essential, and it's critical that each of us do our part to make sure it doesn't go anywhere. World Backup Day is a designated day for users to learn more about the role data plays in our lives and why backing the information up is critical. Each year World Backup Day is observed on March 31st and serves as a great reminder that data loss isn't a joking matter.

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Topics: Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity, Events, Technology

In Case You Missed Us: Tax Season Scams on Tech Talk with KTRS

Posted by Jaclyn Sindel on Mar 28, 2019 8:30:00 AM

It's that time of the year again, have you filed your taxes yet? Tax scams are running rampant again. It's time to spread the word to family and friends on how to be a critical consumer this season. Our IT expert, Jeff Groby, visited the studio at The Big 550 KTRS for Tech Talk last week to share the inside scoop on how to be cautious when it comes to tax season robocalls and phishing emails. It's important to note that the IRS will never contact you via email or phone. Contact by the IRS is always made through the United States Postal Service.

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Topics: Security, Tech Talk