Office Document Strategies Blog
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.
Netaccess Systems is in the midst of finalizing a new IT network data centre in downtown Hamilton. A colleague and I had a tour yesterday with Netaccess President, Don McNally. The new site is pretty impressive and promises to be the most advanced data centre in Ontario outside of the biggest located at 151 Front St. in Toronto.
When people buy or lease a new MFP printer in our area, Burlington ON, the choice of the hardware is increasingly being affected by the related software which interfaces with the device. Most MFP's are able to meet the needs of users if they are sized correctly, have the options and accessories installed and the vendor matches them to client needs.
A new network laser printer designed to print MICR encoded cheques has just been launched. Many of the features are designed for secure printing of cheques and other encoded documents. This 37 ppm network ready unit has all of the features that you need for printing quality cheques. The SP 4210N MICR is specifically designed to meet the cheques writing needs of business but can also be used with conventional toner for regular printing if required.
For over 15 years I have sometimes felt like I was an evangelist as I quoted, configured and promoted document imaging in our area of Ontario, Canada. In the past couple of weeks I have been gratified to meet and talk to people who have really understood the benefits and are adoptees of the tool.
Gotta admit that I'm pretty new to this but if you are into twitter then go to #wpfd and see the results of a tweet jam for the last hour all about ways people can reduce the use of paper.
Paper filing systems are a key tool in every office. Whether yours is a drawer in your desk, many banks of file cabinets or an electronic document system there is a tangible cost to setting up, equipping and using filing systems.
When looking at their IT network backup most companies focus on the critical data that they need to recover in the event of a failure. This data includes databases, e-mail records and perhaps office documents such as correspondence. Traditional backup software focuses on this type of protection. This is fine as far as it goes. in our practice in Hamilton we find clients are looking for more.