Office Document Strategies Blog
Kyocera has developed a great tool for teachers who use bubble tests as part of their testing work in the classroom. The Teaching Assistant package which is created for use with HyPAS enabled mfps in the TASKalfa series of devices makes the creation, production and grading of bubble tests an easy process.
Microsoft has announced that it is building a new data centre which will be off the grid and run entirely on power generated from waste.
Lenovo has launched the ThinkPad Twist as a unique version of a Windows 8 Computer for those who really need a flexible form factor.
Most mfp printers will support scanning in one form or another. Using SMTP protocols they can provide efficient scanning to folders on networks. Unfortunately, with the increased concerns over network security setting up network scanning has become a more challenging process.
Every doctor can tell you that they regularly have to deal with patients that come to their office having self diagnosed their symptoms. One of my colleagues tells of how he went on the internet and determined that he had appendicitis only to find out from his doctor he really had pneumonia.
When a decision is made to acquire an MFP printer most buyers focus their attention on the print or copy capabilities of the device. Scanning is also one of the features which is seen to have value for some offices.
Privacy is an issue for every organization. One of the key tools for maintaining privacy compliance is shredding of paper documents as they are no longer needed. With the introduction of a solid workgroup or whole office level document shredder which incorporates Auto Feed capabilities, Kobra makes this somewhat tedious task much easier.