HQ – Spot the Station

Tuesday January 23, 2018 6:59 PM. The International Space Station, weather permitting, will be visible 4 minutes, Maximum Height 85 degrees. Appears 13 degrees above SouthWest, Disappears 42 degrees above NorthEast. Time: Tue Jan 23 6:59 PM, Visible: 4 min, Max Height: 85°, Appears: 13° above SW, Disappears: 42° above NE

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

Many big companies these days are using 3D printing because of the different benefits that it offers over prototyping methods.  Considering its increasing popularity, we at OSOT are offering the best quality 3D Printer in different makes and models. If you reside in any part of Conroe, TX, Houston, Katy, TX, Magnolia, TX, Pasadena, TX or The Woodlands, TX and need such printers then contact us

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Rodeo time

Houston rodeo is coming up on February 27 through March 18 and is a great time for family and friends to enjoy the livestock show, the rodeo and your favorite singer among other activities. Additionally, the food is great, including turkey legs, loaded baked potatoes, BBQ and everything else in the Texas food menu. Each

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2018 Protech Award

To the Service Team at Office Systems of Texas. You have officially achieved Konica Minolta’s PRO-TECH Award for 2018. The email notification from Konica Minolta: “Congratulations on achieving KMBS Pro-Tech certification for 2018!” “We are pleased to inform you that you have been certified as a Konica Minolta Pro-Tech Service Provider for 2018!” “Thank you

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From Robert

Congratulations to Caleb for receiving Konica Minolta’s October 2017 “Tech of the Month” Award. Caleb maintained an impressive FCE of 93%! To obtain a high FCE (First Call Effectiveness) a technician must resolve, upon the first visit, any problem which effects the performance of a machine. And to top off the great FCE, Caleb’s average

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From Stephen

These Slow Cooker Cinnamon Rolls Make The Perfect Christmas Morning Breakfast Slow Cooker Cinnamon Rolls Makes 12 rolls 1 lb store-bought pizza dough, room temperature All purpose flour, if needed ¼ cup unsalted butter, softened 1/3 cup sugar 1 Tbsp ground cinnamon 1 cup confectioner’s sugar 2 Tbsp milk or water 1. Line a 6-quart

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Progress

It seems like we have been stuck in a technological slump for a long time. Outside of the smart phone I can’t think of any new or improved products this millennium that are actual improvements over their previous iteration. I recently read an article about Boom Technology that I found interesting. I wasn’t aware that

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From Kim

I, like I am sure so many other Houstonians are this morning, am absolutely blown away by the snow fall we had overnight. Waking up to trees and lawns covered in snow is not at all typical here. The last time I remember it truly snowing in Houston was when I was in middle school,

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From Robert

We receive lots of phone calls every week regarding “My machine is not printing & scanning to email”! Please help!! A few possible remedies: 1. Make sure that both ends of the ethernet cable are plugged in to A: the machine’s network port and B: the proper wall outlet (keystone). 2. A complete “reboot” of

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2017s Only Supermoon

Break out your telescopes.  The first and only supermoon of 2017 is going to be this Sunday night (Dec 3rd).  It will be the closest a full moon will be to Earth all year.  Due to the elongated orbit of the moon it moves closer and further from the Earth as it spins around us.  December

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Congratulations are in order!

Ray received Konica Minolta’s “Technician of the Month Award” for the month of August 2017. Shandon received Konica Minolta’s “Technician of the Month Award” for the month of September 2017. Ray and Shandon maintained a 91% or better FCE (First Call Effectiveness) and an average response time of 2 hours. FYI… In order to be

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Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. Here at Office Systems of Texas, we have a lot to be thankful for. Kim R, our Sales Admin, had her baby last week and we are very happy for her. We were very fortunate to have gone through the Hurricane Harvey without hardly any problems. Our thoughts and prayers go

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Thanksgiving Blog

As Thanksgiving is fast approaching, I am, like I am sure many others are, considering the things I am thankful for. And like most, I can say that I am unendingly thankful for my family, for my friends, for our collective good health and welfare. But, there is so much more that I have, that

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AI in the printing sector

Never in my wildest dream believed that I was going to see in my lifetime Artificial Intelligence running other machines, for me this was stuff of science fiction movies but technology is changing dramatically in all sectors including the office and printing industry. Konica Minolta is introducing a new device that works automatically to adjust

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From Darly

NOVEMBER BLOG : (my favorite month) In 2005, I joined a high school program called “Ladies of Distinguished”, which focused on showing young ladies the potential every women has to succeed in life. In our first meeting held after school, they asked us to imagine where we saw ourselves 10 years from then, and to

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The Week of November 6 – 11

Tomorrow, November 7,  is Election Day. Your vote will have greater influence due to the lack of voting. The local elections have a great effect on your day to day life and taxes than you may appreciate. Therefore I strongly encourage all registered voters to study and understand the candidates and proposals on your ballot

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Daylight Saving Time

Daylight Saving Time has been ending later in recent years because prior to 2007, those acknowledging Daylight Saving Time were typically setting their clocks back an hour in October. This year, DST ends at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 5. Why is it so much later on the calendar? When George W. Bush was president, the

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After Graduation

Well three boys graduated and one to go. Each one has made their decision in what path they wanted to take after graduation. One headed straight to college, one went straight to work, and now my third has made the decision to join the military. I am proud of them all for being strong independent

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Go Astros!

Okee Dokee… I’m not an avid sports team follower but if I do watch a game on TV it’s going to include the Astros, Texans, Rockets, Texas Tech or The University of Alabama. I’ve watched the last 2 games between the Astros and the Yankees. Well, now I feel like I’m the bad luck charm

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