Your MFP and indirectly your network printers can become a part of your accounting system by using tools which are available for running account codes to track your print, scan and fax systems. Why would you do this? There are a number of reasons why this capability is gaining traction in many businesses and organizations.
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A recent Hubspot blog post outlines extensively the impact that multiple screen choices play in users's communications and interactions. Gone are the days when a single computer screen was the source of most of a person's key information.
I have never had a Hotmail e-mail address although I do actually work with four different e-mails. I have had a Gmail address almost since it was first made available on a personalized invitation basis.
Cell phones once were all about talking on the phone. They now are about almost anything but talking on the phone.
IT network management seems to be in a transition when we look at our practice in the Burlington area of Ontario. More and more clients are interested in knowing what is actually happening within their system, not just maintaining them on a break fix basis.
SentryFile Document Management has long been a superb solution for SMB and departmental clients who are looking for a way to easily and cost effectively manage their electronic and paper documents.
Our industry has come to assume that all of the clients we deal with understand what an MFP print device is and what the benefits of them are. Recently I was working with a new client that was replacing a 10 your old stand alone copier. For this client the whole world of MFP capabilities was a new world and I found myself having to review a lot of material I had not considered for many years as this is now an unusual discussion.
Kyocera recently announced the launch of their new Mobile Print App for Android and Apple tablets and I thought it would be interesting to see how easily it worked.
LG has recently announced its move into a virtual computer using a CPU less monitor that offers some really interesting possibilities for organizations that have migrated the bulk of their IT activities to the cloud.