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Save Time and Money with In-House Wide Format Printing

While outsourcing business tasks often increases efficiency while lowering costs, there are some situations where it makes more sense to...

Stratix Systems Again Named One of the Inc 5000

For the second year in a row, Inc. magazine has named Stratix Systems as one of its coveted Top 5,000...

4 Features Your Wide Format Printer Should Have

A wide format printer is an essential tool for architects, construction companies, and engineers. The ability to quickly produce high...

4 Things to Consider When Buying a Wide Format Printer

The process of choosing a wide format printer can sometimes be overwhelming. A printer is a significant investment, and you...

Equifax Data Breach Deemed “Preventable” by the FTC; Equifax Did Not Implement Basic Security Measures

To settle it's 2017 data breach, Equifax has agreed to pay at least $575 million to the FTC, the Consumer...

Stratix Systems Awarded Golden Datto Award; Has Largest Datto Fleet in the US

Stratix Systems has been awarded “Golden Datto Award,” a significant honor bestowed by Datto, one of the world’s leading provider...

How to Prepare for Windows 7 End-of-Life

Did you know that about 42% of all Windows computers are currently running Windows 7. And that another 7% are...

Is Your Older Wide Format Printer Wasting Money?

Efficient printing solutions are mission-critical in most industries. Technology can help your company to work smarter when delivering projects, allowing...

Ransomware Is On The Rise: Prevent Your Computer From Being Infected

This past week Cleveland's airport began to recover from a computer attack that took down its flight information, baggage displays,...

Understanding Windows End of Life Solutions: At a Glance

When Microsoft ends its Extended Support for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008/R2 and Exchange Server 2010 on January 14, 2020,...

Reading Eagle Feature Article: Windows 7 End of Life

We've all been there: You start your computer all set to do some super important work only to sit there...

Why January 14, 2020 is practically tomorrow.

On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will be ending their Extended Support for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008/R2 and Exchange Server...
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