U.S. is NOT the Largest Paper Consumer

By | Posted May 7th, 2013

U.S. is NOT the Largest Paper Consumer

The United States uses a lot of energy, and—let’s face it—something of a bad rep when it comes to environmental policy. But despite all that energy use, the U.S. has something it can boast about in the environmental forum; we’re good at recycling our paper, and we aren’t the highest paper consumers. (Photo Credit: Vladyslav

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Don’t be the Last to Know: How to Keep up with Emerging Technology

By | Posted April 30th, 2013

How to Keep up with Emerging Technology

The growing accessibility of the Internet and technology makes a profound impact on the way we interact with people, get our news, and do business. From traditional news outlets, to social media, to blogs like the one here at MetroFax, people get an increasing amount of their news online. This explosion isn’t without competition. Our

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Increasing Health and Productivity with Deskercise

By | Posted April 23rd, 2013

Increasing Health and Productivity with Deskercise

It’s no secret that physical inactivity is extremely unhealthy—in a 2012 press release, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated that for non-smoking individuals, physical inactivity may be among the most major risk factors for cancer. For office workers, though, sitting idle at a desk all day can have the added

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The Eco-Friendly Office

By | Posted April 16th, 2013

The Eco-Friendly Office

You already know all the “green office” stuff there is to know, and you probably already do as much of it as you can. But today’s environmentally-responsible office goes beyond recycling, printing on both sides of the page and using post-consumer recycled office products. Check out these eco-friendly office options you might have missed. Collaborative

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A Look at Fully-Evolved Technology

By | Posted April 11th, 2013

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Are you clinging to outdated tech or is it just so perfectly functional that newer isn’t really better? Fully-evolved technology might not be on the cutting edge, but it’s still plenty sharp and being used in some surprising places.

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