Wouldn’t it be great if you can print right from your phone?

AirPrint

It is quicker and easier than you think.

  AirPrint-enabled applications can print to a printer that supports the AirPrint software feature—and you don’t need to install a driver or configure the printer queue. Tap print, select the printer that supports the AirPrint software feature, and print. It’s that simple.

In addition, mobile printing with AirPrint helps reduce IT’s burden of managing application downloads and print drivers, and enables you to better manage jobs in your print queues. AirPrint works seamlessly with many Apple apps, including Safari, Mail, Photos, iWork and PDFs in iBooks.

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Your Advantages with AirPrint:

  • No need to install any app on the Apple mobile device in order to print
  • Print on-the-go in mobile environments
  • Provides anytime, anywhere access to documents and information
  • Requires no IT intervention
  • Supports numerous AirPrint enabled apps

AirPrint is Apple technology that enables printing from iOS or OS X devices without installing any applications or drivers.

Check out the Kyocera P3150dn not only does it support AirPrint, there are many other features such as Google Cloud Print as well!

Tell me what you think.

So the world might be going back to normal; stores, restaurants, and businesses are all starting open.  What are your fears or are you over it? Will you ever resume your old ways? Like coming home from shopping and NOT washing your hands three times and using antibacterial hand gel or wiping down the shopping carts before touching it. Have you stopped touching your face yet? How hard will it be going out to a restaurant and not worry about all the germs, or if people get to close to you? Will you think twice before you hug someone? How long will it be before you feel safe enough to get your nails done? When will you not want to wear a mask? (I’m sure you have them in all colors and styles by now!)

 

What we went through was surreal and we don’t ever want to re-live it again. The world in my book has truly changed. Hey, you never know, maybe we will never have a bad flu season now that we have all learned how not to get sick. Stay safe my friends and be positive! And if it was your birthday during this pandemic, give me your address I will drive by and wave. 😊

WORKING FROM HOME

Since most are working from home, why not get a printer/copier/scanner for your home office? You can do your job as if you were in your work office. We can set it up so it can scan directly to your co-workers! We have different types/models for all your needs. Give us a call, we are here to help you find your solution. Here’s a sample on what Brothers II Business Machines has to offer:

 

 

Benefits of Document Scanning Services

Trying to put all your files in one place? Try getting your copier to do the work for you!
A network scanner can help your office turn the tide on productivity. Office employees spend a lot of time during the workday combing their desks for paperwork. Eliminate that wasted time by adding scanning into your daily routine. Scanning directs documents into a digitized workflow and brings calm where there once was clutter to quickly digitize analog information for storage in a system of record. Paper documents are costly and risky. For most organizations today, the systems of records have become electronic.

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• More Office Space. Using prime office real estate to store business records is costly. …
• Enhanced Information Preservation. …
• Better Data Security. …
• Improved Staff Collaboration. …
• Audit Compliance. …
• Better Customer Service. …
• Less Paper Clutter. …
• Improved Disaster Recovery.

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Brothers II a Family Company

ronDuring these crazy times, we have to make do with what we have.  Haircut anyone?  With the haircutters still closed, we had to improvise, Ron was a good sport.

Happy Birthday Lisa, Angel and William

HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF AND OTHERS DURING THE PANDEMIC.

It’s been a crazy couple of weeks at Brothers II. The company was knocked out by Covid-19 and we all contracted the virus. I’m happy to report that everyone is on the mend and we are all healthy once again. We are all back to work and are open for business. Please stay safe and we hope the best for you and your family! Check out some helpful hints to help protect yourself and others:

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  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after being in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.
    • If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Some people without symptoms may be able to spread the virus.
    • Stay home as much as possible and avoid non-essential travel.
    • Practice social distancing by keeping at least 6 feet — about two arm lengths — away from others if you must go out in public.
    • Stay connected with loved ones through video and phone calls, texts and social media.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a cloth face cover when around others and when you must go out in public, such as to a grocery store. The cloth face cover is meant to protect other people in case you are infected.
    • However, do NOT place cloth face coverings on young children under age 2, anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance.
    • In addition, do NOT use a facemask meant for a health care worker.
    • Continue to keep about 6 feet between yourself and others. The cloth face cover is not a substitute for social distancing.
    • See CDC guidelines, including how to create your own cloth face cover.
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes. Use a tissue to cover your nose and mouth, and throw used tissues in a lined trash can. If a tissue isn’t available, cough or sneeze into your elbow — not your hands. Wash your hands immediately.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily. This includes tables, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, desks, phones, keyboards, toilets, faucets and sinks. Follow CDC guidance.

https://www.redcross.org/about-us/news-and-events/news/2020/coronavirus-safety-and-readiness-tips-for-you.html

POSTBASE VISION

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PostBase™ Vision embodies a modern, award winning design that integrates perfectly into any office environment. Meticulously engineered with users in mind, this mailing system is intuitive and simple to use.

PostBase™ Vision Semi-Auto
Simple to use, stylish and affordable it’s the perfect companion for smaller mailers.
PostBase™ Vision Auto
Featuring a hands-free autofeeder, mid-volume mailers will keep the mail moving quickly and easily.
PostBase™ Vision Advanced
Boasting an advanced autofeeder, mailers with higher volumes or mixed mail will love the ease of use and efficiency.

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PLEASE NOTE IF THERE IS A GATHERING OF MORE THAN 10 PEOPLE  THAT READ THIS I HAVE TO CLOSE DOWN THIS BLOG.

 

 

CAN DOGS CONTRACT CORONAVIRUSES?

Dogs can contract certain types of coronaviruses, such as the canine respiratory coronavirus, but this specific novel coronavirus, aka COVID-19, is believed to not be a threat to dogs.

The World Health Organization reported that there have been no reported cases of coronavirus in domestic animals. “At present, there is no evidence that companion animals/pets such as dogs or cats can be infected with the novel coronavirus COVID-19,” their report says.

PIPERTo read more https://www.akc.org/expert-advice/news/can-dogs-get-coronavirus/

How to protect yourself from coronavirus

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Basic hygiene is the best thing you can do, according to a doctor of infectious diseases.
1) Wash hands frequently, avoid touching your eyes, nose & mouth.
2) Stay away from those who are sick
3) Clean surfaces
4) Get your flu shot

Getting your Flu Shot  (it’s not too late) = lowers the risk of hospitalization, & the healthier you are, the lowers your risk if you do get Covid19.  It also helps communities as you’ll likely use fewer medical resources!

 

You are still MUCH more likely to be exposed to flu than Coronavirus.

 

While CDC considers Covid19a serious situation and is taking preparedness measures, the immediate risk in the U.S. is considered low. Everyone should always take simple daily precautions to help prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses. http://www.cdc.gov/nCoV