Your office runs on a multitude of parts. There are people, and there are machines. The devices and technology you use are mostly under your control. They cause problems when they begin to break or shut down. Slow downs are the frustrating part of technology, but it can be solved. Even if you don’t have the knowledge to fix your systems, there are managed IT services.
If you have ever wondered if you are wasting time and money on your print infrastructure, you probably are. Paper documents are frequently printed only to have a small edit made on paper and then printed again. While paper will always have a place in the office, there is room to reduce the amount of printing your office does. Print management is a solution to over-printing and can increase the growth of your business.
Office technology makes your company run. From large to small, all parts matter. Most people are aware of computers and printers and what they produce. It’s a minor thing like ink cartridges that are forgotten about but are just as important. Without the ink, nothing would get finished. Here are three key benefits of buying ink cartridges in bulk to ensure that your office technology runs smoothly.
When you choose a document management service and dive in, you're probably excited about changing up your processes and moving into 21st-century business solutions. But before you jump off the deep end, it's important to do some strategizing. You'll get the most out of your document management system if you spend some time at the onset of your software install planning and changing your processes to fit your new solution.
No one likes to think about the worst case scenario—after all, if you spent all of your time being pessimistic, you wouldn't be a visionary business professional. If your company is growing, it's easy to ignore the potential threats that loom on the horizon, but statistics show that this is far from the best choice. Many businesses close as a result of ignoring the many security risks of doing business in the 21st century. Are you secured? Will your business survive if the worst happens?
It can seem impossible to increase your efficiency and lower your printing costs in the office, particularly when it appears like your office technology is working against you, not for you. But there are many ways that you can reduce your printing costs without compromising your productivity. Here are a few of our favorite best practices that will get your print environment optimized and operating at top efficiency.
Maybe you've been considering the switch to document management for some time, or maybe you're new to the discussion of a digital storage system. Whatever the case, you're probably wondering what a document management system can do for your business, and whether it's a good fit for your company. Here are the essential elements of document management and how they can benefit your business.
If you're starting your own business, you have plenty of things already on your plate. One of the most important things you need to take care of right away is your network. Businesses today have to be connected just to function—day-to-day operations rely heavily on technology and connection to the internet. Without a network, your business dream will never become a reality.
But chances are, you're not an IT expert. Maybe you've just bought a router, and you're wondering what the basic next steps are. Let's look at the bare minimum basics to setting up your business network.
Inaccuracy is the enemy of efficiency. When information is inaccurate in your business, it causes slow-downs, low morale, headaches, and lost opportunities. You can't make good business decisions when you don't have good data in front of you—and your information is your most powerful asset.
When you're shopping for new office equipment, you have a lot of decisions on the table to make. You're wondering what make, model, and brand of printer or copier you'll buy, and probably wondering what features you'll want. You have another decision to make before you choose these options, however: whether you want to lease or buy your next copier.