Office document strategies are constantly changing. In our office we receive hundreds of pages of new material each week telling us about new and exciting ways that the world of documents is changing. Some come from suppliers, some come from other blogs, some come from our experiences with clients and some come from electronic newsletters we consume.
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With the growth of the number of combination colour mfp printers on the market and being deployed in businesses I think a lot of people are confused about what colour device fits what market.
PC's are a wonderful tool which have made it possible for all of us to accomplish so much more than we ever could. As we provide IT Network support we find the problem however, is over time they also can lead to ongoing frustration as they seem to develop a mind of their own.
Most mfp (multifunction printers) are acquired using a lease as the basis for the deal. I find that many clients are not familiar with the various types of leases that are available. Here are some typical questions that I hear.
Sometimes I find I could really use a portable document scanner. I have access to MFP based document scanning in the office so I can easily convert paper to electronic records and create PDF's of paper documents for e-mailing. There are times however when I really would like to have a small portable scanner that could be taken with me for travel or use at home.
It is reported on twitter that the Industry Minister has indicated that the ministry will over turn the CRTC decision to require limits on Internet connectivity in Canada.
Microsoft has long supported a special server package designed to bring essential server components to small businesses. With their current release of SBS 2011 Standard they are again focusing their attention on the interconnectivity that most businesses find essential.
Postage meter users in Canada have been busy in the past few weeks getting their postage rate schedules updated due to the changed postage pricing announced by Canada Post for January 17, 2011. Users of postage machines had to follow the rate upgrade plan based upon their meter vendor.