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Pulse Technology reveals how furniture can redefine the office


Pulse-Technology-reveals-how-furniture-can-redefine-the-officeSimplified and often unconventional spaces, adaptability, comfort, and an emphasis on collaboration. Today's workplace patently combines function with form -- and furniture is taking a front seat in this redefinition of "the office."

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Pulse Technology Newsletter, March 2019


Pulse-TechnologyRECAP: Annual Awards for Business Excellence
Pulse Technology had the honor of accepting the award for “Best Family Business” at the AABE Awards-The Annual Awards for Business Excellence!

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Foldable Phones, Self-Driving Cars, and Other Tech Trends in 2019

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It is almost impossible to go any meaningful length of time without some major tech news announcement. Just a few days back Apple announced they are expanding their streaming services to provide Apple TV Channels and a new original content source in Apple TV+. Online streaming content is one of the biggest trends in consumer technology right now, but there are plenty of others worth keeping an eye on. Here is a breakdown of some of the biggest movements in online services, gadgets, and other devices this year.

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Pulse Technology Newsletter, February 2019


Pulse-TechnologyRecap Network Services Lunch N' Learn
On February 20th, Pulse Technology hosted our Network Services Lunch & Learn! We talked to our attendee's about what we offer, how we can help their company and why we are the best in the biz. Stay up to date with Pulse and see when our next events will be hosted! Details to come.

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Pulse Technology Newsletter, January 2019


Launch-PulseOur 2018-2019 Re-brand
BIG NEWS! 2019 has come and we have officially re-branded! The 3 businesses you know and love will now operate under the name Pulse Technology. With our combined expertise and nearly 200 years of experience in the industry, Des Plaines Office Equipment Company, McShane’s and Kramer & Leonard will officially be combining into one.

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Pulse Technology is Bringing Tech to the Forefront in NWI

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As Northwest Indiana’s business community continues to grow and flourish, so too does the need for excellent, knowledgeable tech companies that can help those companies thrive. Today’s digital world requires capable guidance, as potential issues and threats from hackers and viruses are always around the corner. Pulse Technology—the combined forces of Des Plaines Office Equipment, McShane’s Business Solutions, and Kramer & Leonard—is here to lead the charge.

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Pulse Technology December Tech Update: 6 Tech Tips for More Productivity


Pulse-Technology-December-2018-Tech-Update-6-Tech-Tips-for-More-Productivity_01 6 ways to boost employee productivity
What could you do with an extra hour each day? The latest technology can make dozens of business tasks easier and faster. Our infographic offers the top productivity tips and hacks of 2018.

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Steindler Signs: Everything You Need To Know

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STOP! In the Name of Steindler

Many correlate signage to simplicity, such as the instantly recognizable stop sign, or a billboard advertisement. But Steindler Signs wants you to STOP and think about what a sign could have the potential to be.

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Des Plaines Office Equipment Companies to Re-Brand Under New Name Pulse Technology; Change to Take Place in January 2019


Pulse-TechnologyA well-known Greater Chicago business, Des Plaines Office Equipment and its northern Indiana affiliates, Kramer & Leonard McShane’s, will soon operate under a new common name, Pulse Technology (http://pulsetechnology.com).

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Center of Workforce Innovations Talks Employer-Led Workforce Solutions

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Within the next 10 years, it’s estimated that there will be more than one million jobs to fill in Indiana due to retiring employees and new job creation. According to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, nearly half of these jobs will require some training beyond high school, but less than a four-year-degree. So the question remains, how do we meet this need?

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