Healthcare organizations are practically swimming in back-files. Financial data, patient information, doctor resources--it's all just sitting around, often gathering dust and almost always causing frustration. Luckily, there's a simple solution: scanning and shredding solutions.
It's strange to think that scanning has its own language, but when it comes to the wonderful world of scanners, it's important to understand exactly what you're looking at. That's why we're here to help you "pick up the lingo" and start speaking scanner--so that you can always be in control of your machines!
Digitization has completely changed today's office environment. By using scanning, offsite security, and other access solutions, managers and owners are able to maintain files, records, and resources in a digital, searchable space.
No more sifting through papers, digging through file cabinets, or losing a file entirely. Digital records can be searched using key words and simple organizational standards.
Let's review the benefits of a digital office so you can use scanning and accessibility to your advantage.
Copying and scanning are supposed to be powerful, efficient tools for your company, not the causes of issues and stress. Luckily, there are a few tips and tricks that can help you solve some of the most common scanning and copying problems--and today, we'll give you all the tools you need to scan and copy like a pro.
Are you looking to buy a new scanner? Do you need help understanding your current scanner so that you can maximize your efficiency and security? Look no further: today, we'll be describing some of the most important terms in the scanning world so that you can be the new expert in town.
Although your scanners come equipped with lots of options for security, safety, and compliance, they're not ready to do all that work the minute you take them out of the box. The truth is that your scanners need a little bit of help to be HIPAA-compliant for your business--and today, we'll explain how you can give scanners that helping hand.
Scanning is an important part of any workflow, especially now that paperless initiatives are becoming so popular. You don't want to be without a good scanning plan--but does that mean doing everything in-house, or would it be better to outsource the responsibility? Today, we'll help you decide what's best for your business.
It's not always easy to find new ways of making your office as efficient as possible. At some point, it can feel like you've hit a wall and have no new solutions to turn to--but luckily, that's where innovative office tech comes in. With solutions like standing, scanning, and sharing, your office will never be the same--it'll be better.
Ironically enough, color printing has always been a somewhat "gray area" in the business world. It was expensive, time-consuming, something that companies didn't necessarily need--but the good news is that those days are over, and it's time to "color in" all the gray areas. The truth is that color is an excellent tool for your business. It can open up new opportunities, strengthen your brand, and improve customer interactions--all without breaking the bank.
Scanning is a great all-around solution for your print environment, but its benefits can be sabotaged if your printing costs are too high. Not sure how to tell what you're really spending on everything from color copies to consumables? Here are a few tips for identifying and managing your printing costs.