If You Don't Know, Now You Know... All About The "Did You Know?" Webinar Series

If you don't know, now you know!

Systel has recently teamed up with some of it's manufacturing partners to bring useful information to both current and potential customers. In case you were unable to attend any webinars in the "Did You Know?" series, we've recapped each presentation below.


Unified Communications - May 5th, 12th & 19th 

In light of current events, the need for business continuity and the ability to work remotely has never been more critical. UC-One is a world class, market leading technology that was developed through a partnership between All Covered and Cisco BroadSoft, the leading provider of cloud software and services. This comprehensive suite of Unified Communications services is designed to optimize business performance by enabling flexible communication and various mobile working solutions. UC-One will eliminate the need to transfer work calls to your personal phone, and can integrate up to four devices with the help of a mobile app. Once the app has been downloaded on each device, you can easily access a range of Unified Communications services including chat rooms, virtual meeting rooms, visibility of your online presence (in/out of office, traveling, etc.), the ability to move calls between devices, record calls, and even pre-determine call ratings with the help of Artificial Intelligence. UC-One replaces the need for phone lines from a local provider and makes it easy to communicate on one centralized platform with simple, unified billing and no hidden costs. Keep your team connected anywhere, at any time with Unified Communications, a competitive advantage during unprecedented times.













PaperCut - May 6th, 13th, & 20th

Maximize your business’s existing print infrastructure with a secure, user-friendly, and cost efficient solution both in the office, and on the go. PaperCut print management software can effectively reduce your organization’s environmental impact, printing costs, and waste by closely monitoring who is printing, what they’re printing, and how much is being printed overall. This information can be found on the administrative dashboard, as well as in detailed reports that can be scheduled daily, weekly, or even monthly to provide you with a thorough understanding of print usage within your organization. In addition to eliminating waste, PaperCut is also useful for preventing personal documents from getting into the wrong hands. Hospitals, for example, must abide by HIPAA regulations in order to protect confidential patient information, which can result in hefty fines if violated. PaperCut’s print release feature restricts who has access to a document by requiring users to provide a security code in order to retrieve a print job, and can ultimately save your organization from expensive fines. This software offers several features that can be modified based on your business’s needs. Maximize the benefits of PaperCut print management software and minimize your organizational waste.












Square9 - May 7th, 14th, & 21st

On average, about how much does it cost your organization to process a single invoice? The honest truth is “too much!” There is no better time to invest in a document management solution that adds organization and efficiency to your office workflows, while reducing the costs associated with misplaced documents and information. Square9 Softworks automates your business’s paper processes and enhances the flow of invoices and payments between departments.  This external platform is 100% cloud based and can be accessed on any modern browser once the software has been installed. Depending on your organization’s needs, there are several pre-configured solutions that can be easily accessed through your Square9 subscription.








Cybersecurity - May 8th & 22nd 

A 2019 census revealed that cybersecurity is the number one concern of businesses in the United States, and although there are too many data protection regulations to count, hackers continue to target the confidential information of unsuspecting victims. Recent statistics have shown that hackers can gain access to organizational information through vulnerable endpoints such as hardware, firmware, and the internet. As a method of prevention, Konica Minolta (KM) has focused much of its efforts on the development of the bizhub product line, a series of self-encrypting multifunctional devices that offer the highest level of security in the industry. To date, no Konica Minolta bizhub device has ever been hacked, despite paying professional hackers to attempt to breach KM devices.










To learn more about the topics above, click here or register at systeloa.com/did-you-know


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