If you're looking for better ways to handle archival duties, look no further than your scanner. Whether on its own or paired with a document management service, scanners have the ability to change the way you handle and store documents.
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There are a few different methods that can help you handle archiving.
When your copier's time has come to an end, one means of getting rid of it is by recycling. Recycling is an eco-friendly way to handle disposing of the office equipment you will be replacing, but there are some additional precautions you want to make sure to take.
With so much wild weather these days, and with the continued growth of different kinds of malicious threats, it's more important than ever to have a backup and disaster recovery plan.
With backup and recovery, you designate ways to access data in the event of a catastrophe, making it easier to get back on your feet. Companies without these plans in place risk losing business or even going out of business.
When an office is suffering from productivity problems, the whole business suffers. If the problem persists, there can be long-term consequences such as lost customers, high employee turnover, and overspending. In many cases, productivity problems can be traced to a root cause like inefficient protocols or too many steps required to accomplish a task. If your office is dealing with a productivity slump, it's time to take a look at solutions. One we'd like to recommend is Document Mangement.
Using your office equipment to enhance your day to day operations is smart; using your office equipment to maximize time and money savings is genius. Scanning solutions offer quick and easy ways to gain those big benefits, and all you need is a scanner or multifunction printer.
Your scanner or scanning option on your MFP comes standard with options to use document capture to revolutionize your document handling. Today we'll look at how to harness the power of document capture.
When you're looking to save money on costs associated with your copiers and printers, it's a good idea to assess your entire infrastructure in addition to use. There are a number of areas you can consider, as well as a number of questions you can ask about costs. Let's take a look at some of the ways you can understand and gain control over your copier.
If there’s one thing you can count on when it comes to security, it’s that there are always bigger and badder threats. It seems that hackers never take a day off, and new in-house tech can challenge even the best IT departments.
For businesses that choose Managed IT, keeping up with security concerns isn’t an issue. IT Management isn’t fixed – it evolves along with not just changes to your business, but also advancements in cyber threats of all varieties.
There are many different office tools and solutions used by any given organization. Using cloud-based applications is increasingly popular. Google Drive is one such application, which makes sense. Gmail and Gmail suite apps are frequently used in every industry, and in education and more. Google Drive is easy to use and works great for collaboration, storage, and sharing.
You can use your scanner to scan directly to the cloud, including Google Drive. This helps you save time, money, and hassle. Here's how.
Few things are more frustrating than office equipment that just isn't doing its job. Oftentimes, it's clear that you need to upgrade your copiers and other technology. But sometimes it isn't so clear -- the machine is still working, but just isn't keeping up, or productivity is down but hasn't been linked to equipment issues.
If you are wondering whether it's time to retire your old copiers, here are a few things to look for.