Of all the things you need to focus on when it comes to choosing the perfect copier, you shouldn't have to stress about whether you're buying or leasing. Instead, let us help by showing you the pros and cons of each choice!
By now, you know that copier maintenance is pretty important, and that copiers last longer and work better when they're properly cared for. However, did you know that protecting your copier means you also have to be careful about how you use paper? Here are the best paper practices to adopt in your workplace!
So you've done all your research, chosen the perfect copier, and decided exactly how it will fit into your workflows--but now comes the real question: how are you going to get it? You've got two basic options--buy or lease--and today, we'll help you explore the pros and cons of each choice so you can be confident and satisfied.
Of all the things you need to know about your copier, "color" seems like the easiest concept--but is it really? The truth is that there are two different types of color you need to be familiar with: CMYK and RGB. Luckily, it doesn't take a lot of research or homework to get a good idea of what this means and why it matters to you.
How can you tell what type of copying or printing equipment is right for your office? Should you lease a copier or printer? Or perhaps a multifunction system that combines the features of both along with document management capabilities is the right choice. Whatever your goal, gathering some information before starting your search can save valuable time. Here's where to begin.
Is your office copier offline more than it's on? With today's readily-available solutions, there's no good reason for your productivity to be impacted by frequent copier downtime. Let's take a look at what you can do to keep your printer and copier in optimal condition.
The stereotypical broken-all-the-time office copier has such a reputation for causing frustration, that it's a rich source for corny workplace jokes. The jokes may be an effective way to relieve stress, but it's rarely funny when reality hits home, and your employees can't do their jobs.
Copier service contracts vary between providers, so it's important to do your homework before signing a service or maintenance agreement. It's a given that you'll be well protected if you trust your copier dealer, but it's still vital to make sure you understand the details of your service contract to avoid misunderstandings.
Most of us take very little notice of the office copier when everything is working great. When something goes amiss, however, we realize how much we depend on our copier to keep everyday processes on track.
When You Can Fix It Yourself
Here's a look at some common copier issues and what you can do to get back to business ASAP.
If you're a little fuzzy about the differences between copiers, printers, and multifunction systems, that's understandable. The terms are often used interchangeably, but there are significant differences between these three types of imaging technologies. Here's a look at the capabilities and features commonly found in devices from each category.