IT network servers are the core technology of the office. If your server(s) are not healthy then your network performance will suffer. Improper maintenance is a key to increased downtime. Like the old TV commercial used to say, "You can pay me now or pay me later". The same is true of servers. Time and effort spent ensuring your servers are running well will be much less than the time spent on a recovery due to poor maintenance. For many SMB organizations with limited IT resources their server is left to hope. Here are some key measures which should be checked regularly.
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An MFP (multifunction printer) can be the right choice for offices but in my work in the Burlington, Ontario market I have seen places where the choice becomes cloudy. So how do you decide? I think part of the decision relates to the size of the office.
All of the technology news stories tell us that tablet computers are a big part of the CES launches this past weekend. What do they really look like and what will we be able to do with them if we decide to take a shot at using one? I conceptually think the idea is great as I would love to be able to get rid of my paper note book when doing client meetings etc. So I have been trying to watch some of the reviews and check out where these devices might be going, especially for business use. One use I'm looking forward to testing is to use a tablet as the retrieval tool for a document management system.
Eventually all office printers come to a point in their life when they need to be replaced. Here are some reasons I have found that clients make a decision to upgrade:
That's the headline in a recent article published in itbusiness.ca.
Colour multifunction printers are a category of print device which continue to be popular with small business clients as well as some corporate users. Combining the monochrome capability of a traditional printer copier with the output of colour documents has built this class of device into a favourite, especially in offices with only one multifunction device.
In our area, Burlington, ON, IT network buyers, unlike buyers of MFP printers, are often not familiar with leasing their equipment and software. I think they should give leasing much more consideration. There can be significant benefits from leasing rather than buying.
There are three primary ways that you can choose scanners for your document imaging system. You can use scanning capability from a multifunction (MFP) based print device. You can install a dedicated scanner with network scanning capability or you can use desktop connected scanning from your PC.