It's always important to use the right tool for the right job--and important prints are no different. You want to make sure that you're getting all the performance, options, and efficiency that you need. That's why we're taking a look at the difference between wide format printers and production printers--so you always know just what your business needs.
Where would your company be without a good, reliable copier? A lot if not all of your workflow would probably be halted immediately, unable to get even the smallest task completed, and communication would break down within minutes. Copiers are crucial--so it's important to know how to care for them.
If you've noticed that there are a lot of problems with the workflow and communication inside your company, then you're probably exhausted by the thought of all the steps you'll have to take to fix each issue. Luckily, there's one simple, painless solution that solves current problems and helps you avoid new ones: document management.
Multifunction printers, or MFPs, are quickly becoming one of the most valuable tools of the trade for all kinds of businesses. These sleek, powerful machines can save money, boost efficiency, and provide new opportunities all at once--but first, you've got to get one. Today, we'll show you three huge reasons why leasing is the best way to get an MFP in your workplace.
Wide Format Printers are growing in popularity in many of today's offices. Businesses that do a lot of wide format printing are learning that outsourcing those print jobs can be costly and that those costs are reduced when they invest in the printer that can do it all. Wide format printers can do a variety of print jobs including:
- Advertising Materials
- Plans and Maps
- ...and More!
These versatile printers can even scan and copy when you select a model with multifunction capabilities.
If you are neglecting your scanner, or you don't have one, it's time to get to know what scanning can do for you.
Scanning is a way to change document handling in your office, and it opens up new possibilities for everything from collaboration to security. Scanning, whether done from a multifunction printer or a standalone device, transforms your paper documents into digital format.
In terms of overall benefit, there are a few things that scanning can do for you, including:
IT and Document Management are often discussed as two completely separate things. This might be partly because, in the world of managed services, Document management and Managed IT are treated separately. However, it's a mistake to think that document management has nothing to do with IT. In fact, document management complements a robust IT department in many ways.
One thing security can never have too much of? Attention.
Checking in on the security of all the aspects of your office is good practice, and should be done at regular intervals. There are different steps and considerations for every area. This guide will help you assess the security of your multifunction printers (MFPs).
You've made a commitment to transition from paper-based processes and documents to digital document management. Scanning is an essential part of the strategy, so you'll need the right equipment and a well thought-out plan going forward.
Where to Begin
If you've been in business for more than just a few years, you're probably in possession of years of archived files. You may have even reached a critical point when you were forced to store old files in an offsite facility.