Office Document Strategies Blog
In Part One of this blog we talked about some of the choices to be made in controlling and deploying your colour printer. But how do you decide between all of the options out there? Is a small inexpensive printer the way to go? Or would a larger more robust device be better? One of the key decisions can be based upon the total cost of ownership for your device.
IT networks are the lifeblood of the office. When the system goes down everyone goes into panic mode. Deadlines start to loom, users get frustrated and the poor IT support team is challenged to get things running NOW!
There are many productivity tools available for download off of the web. From time to time as we work to support IT networks and computer software we come across tools which we find useful and which can solve simple problems we encounter.
There are three companies in the Canadian market for postage meters. I'm not sure about the US market.
With the increasing concerns about personal and corporate privacy a properly designed paper shredding plan is necessary for all sizes of offices. Long gone are the days when any business can afford to throw documents in the waste without being sure they are destroyed in a secure fashion.
One of the questions I frequently get from clients when we talk about their colour printing needs is, "How much is this going to cost to run?" They have heard the horror stories about over spending when they introduce in house colour print capabilities, or they have experienced them in the past.
Scanning has become a must have tool in most offices. At one time it was only used for archiving of old documents and was relegated to the mail room or a designated scan work room. With recent changes in hardware and software it has become a critical office document strategy to include scanning capability.
Is your printer- tall , dark, and handsome with ink on his hands; or short, squatty and gray and sits on the end of your desk and puts ink on paper?