Toner Scammers!

A longtime customer called last week & questioned if we called his office regarding a “big sale on toner” for his copier/printer. I informed the customer: “That would be a toner scammer”! The customer said he was caught off guard and provided the copier model to the caller. I informed our customer to be on

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3D Printer in Houston, Katy TX, Conroe TX, and all the Surrounding Areas

In the present era, technology has seen a long evolution. Everything has become digital and the need for paper has become more and more limited. So, this has increased the demand for various technological equipment including computers, copiers, scanners, printers, and even a 3D printer. This has definitely contributed to the enhanced efficiency of the employees and in

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Konica Minolta News

If you’re overwhelmed with high volumes of paper documents, you need Dispatcher Phoenix ECM. Our award-winning document workflow solution provides advanced tools to maximize your productivity as you manage your documents. With Dispatcher Phoenix ECM, you can scan, index, and send documents to a variety of content management systems, including SharePoint and OnBase. Features include:

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June 1 Hurricane Season is here

Today, June 1, is the official start of Hurricane season and everyone at Office Systems of Texas urges you to be prepared. After last year, everyone should have a plan to deal with power outages, high water and all the other problems we’re likely to encounter when a Hurricane affects the Houston area. Yesterday, Harris

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How to Reboot the Copier/Printer

Copier/printers may experience intermittent problems after a power failure such as not printing, not scanning, error codes or an odd operation. We always recommend turning off the “MAIN” power switch for 10+ seconds and unplug the power cord which may correct these odd problems. The “MAIN” power is usually located behind the copier/printer’s front door,

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Digital Document Management

The latest Better Business Bureau Newsletter has an interesting article regarding Digital Document Management and how it differs from Scanning. The article by Holly Uverity of Office Organizers describes what the Digital Document Management System does above and beyond just scanning. Ms. Uverity goes on to inform the reader the DDMS encompasses workflow processes, compliance

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ICE Advice

This past week I attended a presentation made by a remarkable woman.  Juanae J, mother of two young girls and employed by the Federal Government’s Homeland Security Investigations, spoke at the Monthly Safety and Security meeting of the Houston NW Chamber of Commerce about sex trafficking and children.  The presentation was very informative and more

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VOTE Houston

This message is from GREATER HOUSTON PARTNERSHIP Early voting for the primary runoff elections started today, and the Partnership encourages you and your company’s employees to vote. In our 11-county region, there are 28 primary runoff races in which no candidate received more than 50 percent of the vote on March 6. Depending on your ballot,

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Safety * Security

Good news has delivered by the Harris County Constable’s Precinct 4’s Office along with Harris County Sheriff’s Office and the message is the crime in the Houston Northwest area has been decreasing this year. In the Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce’s area, the number of aggravated assaults, burglary of motor vehicles, burglary of businesses and

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Fastest service in town

Recently a customer greeted me by saying “Are you guys trying to beat Jimmy Johns?” and I asked politely, “how is that?” and she responded: “well, when we order sandwiches from Jimmy Johns those guys deliver them super-fast”. In another occasion I was talking to an IT person while he was taking me to the

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From Bill

Competition Dance Season 2018 This past weekend was my Daughter’s last dance competition for the year. I am so Proud of my little dancer and how much she has grown over the years and especially this year. She did great on her Solos and All the girls did great on the group dances. This season

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Cell/Mobile Service

If your cell phone provider is AT&T or T Mobile, you cannot get through to our office right now and have not been able to since at least 11:38 am today. AT&T has reported major outages in Austin and Houston. We hope this problem is fixed soon.

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From Darly

VENEZUELAN AREPAS RECIPE DIRECTIONS Pre heat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Lightly grease and heat flat griddle or frying pan on medium high. Add water to a medium bowl. Dissolve sugar and salt in water. You want a mild flavor, not too salty but enough to taste it. Add the Harina P.A.N little by little

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Southern Girl

Southern girl   I am reading all the time and came upon 8 Things that defines “Southern Hospitality”.   Making your guest feel like family – we aren’t all from Mississippi, Alabama, Texas or Louisiana so why not invite your co-workers, poker group, etc. over for a good meal Good conversation Fun outdoors – BBQ

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Time Flies

It is a widely accepted adage that, “The older you get, the faster time seems to go.” But why should aging have this effect? After all, there is the parallel adage that, “Time flies when you are having fun.” But as we age, time flies whether we are having fun or not. So what’s going

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From Ron

I’m super excited to see that the Astros are off to a good start and it’s awesome to see the Rockets in the playoffs again! Let’s all hope for the best and both these teams bring home another World Championship.

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Germs Yuck

Well thank goodness flu season has passed.  I seriously got sick (no pun intended) of people asking me if I had gotten my flu shot or, had the boys had their flu shot.  Fortunately, none of us have ever had the flu and we are truly blessed for that.  Not that we are immune to

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Introducing the KonicaMinolta C3070

Office Systems of Texas is excited about Konica Minolta’s release of their newest Production Print copier, the AccurioPress C3070. In this latest generation media weight has been moved up to 350gsm, consistent image quality and image registration are now achieved by continuous self monitoring during a production run and the long list of finishing options

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Copier Repair and Copier Service in Conroe TX, Houston, Humble TX and Surrounding Areas

Fax machines, printers, scanners, or copiers are essential equipment in one’s office that increases productivity, more efficiency, and enables a smooth workflow. Therefore, any kind of discrepancy or error in the functioning of these machines can really hamper the work in a commercial space. In such a scenario, you should look for reliable repair companies

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The Moon

Earlier this morning, the moon was absolutely radiant. Soft white light reflected off it’s surface. The moon reminded me of an egg, an Easter egg, as appropriate to this Good Friday. As the moon approached the western horizon, the color changed from white to yellow and appeared to grow in size. Tomorrow, Saturday, the moon

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Unwanted Lines or Streaks

Unwanted lines or streaks are printed out on your copies or scanned images! If these lines or streaks are missing from your print jobs and only appear on copies & scanned images then most likely the culprit is the “scan-thru” glass. The scan-thru glass is located either to the left or right of the original

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Spring Break 2018

This past year, Houston got some snow, not the usual Icey stuff that falls and is gone by the time it hits the ground, nor the slush that decides to stick around, but this past year we actually got FLUFFY snow that stuck around for a while. I had about two inches of snow on

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