The future of energy
Many businesses want to go off-grid, but don’t know where to start on their alternative energy journeys.
Heat mapping in retail: know your customer
Heat mapping cameras that show retailers how today’s shoppers move through their store and where they spend the most time can provide the store owner with invaluable data.
Automation during a pandemic
The companies best equipped to empower a remote workforce had already put in place collaborative cloud-based tools, says Barry Venter, CEO of Nashua.
The helpdesk of the future
A ticketing system enables tracking of the query and provides visibility into the route that the ticket takes on its journey to resolution, says Barry Venter, CEO of Nashua.
Choosing the right alternative energy solution for you
Nashua CEO Barry Venter provides the questions you should ask before deciding to invest in a solution, as well as the questions a provider ought to be asking you.
Long-term cost savings of deploying alternative energy
The three key drivers of alternative energy adoption are load-shedding, load reduction and a significant increase in the cost of electricity.
Secure your assets over December
Deep learning algorithms mean today’s surveillance cameras have highly accurate detection capabilities and only humans or vehicles intruding into the designated zone will trigger an alarm, says Nashua.
Green is good business
Based on the requirements of the ISO 14001 standard, companies need to implement projects and initiatives around sustainability.
Whiteboards for webinars
Barry Venter, CEO of Nashua South Africa, explains how the interactive whiteboard has the capability to bring geographically disparate participants together in the same virtual room.
Surviving load-shedding and lockdown
There are several types of alternative energy solutions that businesses can consider for their backup energy requirements.
The print opportunity in COVID-19
One trend that has emerged from the lockdown is a resurgence in demand for home office print and scan solutions.