There are a lot of considerations when your business needs a new copier. While the first thing many companies worry about is cost, there are additional important factors to take under advisement. Even if you acquired a new device in the last few years, things change rapidly in the tech and business sectors. So, it is always a good idea to review a checklist before you commit.
No matter how much you maintain it, eventually, you will have to replace your office printer. Your multifunction printer is a workhorse that gets a lot of use. And while you can’t guarantee how long it will last for, you can implement some smart practices that help extend the lifespan of this go-to device.
Regardless of size, all businesses have print needs. And along with those requirements often comes elevated expenses. Print fleets and print services are one of the most expensive areas of many small-to-mid-sized companies. But, they don’t have to be. Managed print services allow businesses of any size or industry the opportunity to organize their print program and cut extraneous costs.
We recently discussed the pros and cons of purchasing or leasing a multifunction printer. In this post, we will take a more in-depth look at both options, including some questions your business can answer to help facilitate the decision-making process.
By now you know that a multifunction printer can be one of the best devices in your office. With it, you can print, scan, copy, fax and more all from one high-tech machine, saving floor space and improving productivity. But depending on your budget and specific necessities, you may be unsure whether you should lease or buy a new MFP.
Email is so ingrained in our way of life it is difficult to remember what it was like to do business before that was the case. Companies run on email—we could not function in today’s professional environment without it. And, while IT services and security have made enormous strides, we still have to be vigilant about spam, viruses, and malware.
As shocking as it may seem, many companies do not realize how much they are spending on printing. Wasteful practices and hidden costs can add up quickly, significantly impacting annual spending. If the amount you spend on printing continues to take up more and more of your budget, it is time to consider cost-cutting measures such as managed print services, equipment upgrades, and digital document solutions.
Here are four of the top ways to reduce your print-related expenses, while streamlining practices and improving productivity.
When it is time for a new copier or printer, there are many factors to consider. And, while it might be more interesting to focus on the various copier models and options, what about the dealer? How do you know that you are working with a reputable company? What brands are they authorized to sell and service? When it comes to copier shopping, who you are buying from is just as important as what you are buying. So, what should you look for in a partner? Here are some guidelines.
In the business world, it is all about being as productive as possible. Often, on a limited budget and not enough time in the day. But, the right tools can help you maximize productivity and stay ahead of your competition. Multifunction printers (MFP) fit the bill by enabling you to print, copy, scan, and distribute documents with maximum efficiency.
If you are ready to capitalize on your output and pare down your print costs, follow these helpful steps toward MFP nirvana.
What do IT services have to do with disaster management? More than you might realize. While you are focusing on the latest tech advancements, don’t forget the most basic of security protocols. Disaster recovery is one of the most critical components of any network security plan, yet people often take it for granted. When you think about preparedness, file backups and security probably come to mind first, but how prepared are you in the event of a disaster? Be sure you are ready.