Making print supply orders and maintenance management easy, fast, and streamlined may seem impossible. Every time it feels like a new process might work, there are hiccups, too many supplies, the wrong materials, or a maintenance delay - right?
Today's technology features more security options than ever before, but also because there are more threats. This creates a challenge for business owners - how can you protect your business against threats that you know about, but also threats that have yet to develop? What are the best comprehensive security features to prioritize?
The answer is to focus on ALL tech devices. Often, workers will focus on computers and smartphones while ignoring your print fleet and copiers - machines that hold just as much data and can also be subjected to hacks and cyber attacks.
Submitted by Tech Expert on Thu, 03/14/2019 - 14:53
HP Pagewide technology is a cutting-edge advancement that challenges norms and expectations of conventional printing. HP Pagewide lets your organization achieve higher levels of of performance, keeping your business ahead of the competition.
For new technology, it makes sense to trust HP, since everything is backed by the same service, support, and reliability that you know from the well-established, well-loved brand. HP invests in technology and partners, so you know that you'll get what you need from new developments.
Submitted by Tech Expert on Fri, 03/08/2019 - 11:44
Does your multifunction printer integrate with your software solutions? If not, it may be worth taking a look at today's Xerox machines that collaborate easily across a connected network with systems like Quickbooks and Salesforce.
Using Xerox ConnectKey, it's possible to install applications that coordinate between some of the most used business software, enabling your entire company to operate seamlessly from digital media to your output devices.
Submitted by Tech Expert on Thu, 02/28/2019 - 09:26
Managed print services are one of the newest ways to improve your print environment and even your office efficiency.
Managed print services means taking the stress out of print organization - you partner with a service that coordinates supply ordering, maintenance, troubleshooting, budget management, print regulations, and print audits.
Submitted by Tech Expert on Tue, 02/19/2019 - 09:48
Your copier breaking down is more detrimental to your workplace than you may think. Maybe you don't hear from every employee, but they have to put off projects, not introduce ideas in meetings, wait to have contracts signed, and put larger print projects on hold.
Copiers break down because of deferred maintenance, low quality maintenance, or often because employees have been the ones keeping the machine running with troubleshooting.
Submitted by Tech Expert on Thu, 02/14/2019 - 16:39
Small businesses need to keep up with changes in business operations just like any size organization. While clients will go a little out of the way for a local business, it's not likely that will continue if things are less convenient than working with a larger corporation.
That's where document management comes in, or a digital office. Going digital or paperless is the key to making it simple to communicate with clients, increase security, simplify the contracts and agreements process, and improve time management and storage in your office.
Submitted by Tech Expert on Thu, 01/31/2019 - 14:51
How do you understand the overall value of services such as managed print services? It's hard to explain the ROI for each specific business, but it's important to note that vendors can always find estimates for specific clients. That said, managed print is equally about saving time as it is saving money, so one of the values falls into how much you value your time.
Submitted by Tech Expert on Thu, 01/24/2019 - 13:41
When we're talking Madison multifunction copiers, here's a common truth: when your office equipment is down, your office operations are down. Also, when your equipment doesn't perform consistently and reliably, your costs go up and productivity goes down. These things may be obvious, but are not at the forefront of every manager's mind.