The first time toilet paper was ever sold on a roll was on August 26, 1871. That is why every August 26th we celebrate National Toilet Paper Day.
The Mobile Worker: How to enable today’s mobile workers for success According to a Ryerson University survey, 70% of employees are mobile in some way (physically) and this is expected to increase to 73% in 2016. As enterprises move to an increasingly mobile workforce, they face the challenge of adapting legacy document workflow to a […]
A survey found that (surprise!) men are more likely than women to clean the toilet seat after using it, as well as to, wait for it…lower the lid.
Despite propaganda spread around by disk and flash vendors, tape is very much alive and will play a major part in combatting rampant storage growth in the years ahead. Not only that, the field has already mapped out a ten-year path that promises much higher density and more rapid throughput.
Ever since a 1975 Business Week article suggested that the workplace of the future would be paperless, reports of paper’s death have been greatly exaggerated. More than 40 years later, we know that simply hasn’t been the case. Domtar’s “Paper is Dead” video finds the comedy in those failed predictions through dramatic irony. A favorite […]
Protecting the environment is certainly a shared responsibility. Research indicates that organizations spend anywhere from 1 to 6 percent of their annual revenues on office copying and printing. Even if your organization falls at the low end of the range, that’s a lot of paper and most likely a whole lot of waste. (For more […]
Instagram continues to be one of the most popular social media networks out there, having surpassed 400 million users at last count. To get the most out of Instagram, it helps to follow a bunch of really cool accounts. We’ve been trying to up our Instagram game ourselves, so we thought it might be fun […]