Office equipment is one of the most commonly used tools in a bustling office environment. Yet, while most offices have the carpets vacuumed and the toilets scrubbed each day, copiers and printers are usually an afterthought for disinfection. That’s because office equipment typically only gets cleaned when it’s serviced by a technician, or a dust bunny shows up in a paper tray.
4.7 million people work from home in the United States [source]. The need for collaboration and meeting with co-workers does not go away when people transition to working from home, so it is no surprise that products like Zoom Meetings have realized huge growth.
Document management is a pretty simple solution, but that doesn't mean it's not capable of helping you score some seriously big wins in your business. Let's find out how document management makes it easier than ever to go for the gold!
A Savvy Choice
There are plenty of business solutions out there that can help you make a difference, and document management is only one of them. So why should you put your time and money toward this option instead of the others?
Scanning, while a simple and comparatively stress-free solution, does come with its big questions. For example, many companies aren't sure whether to get their scanning done in-house or to outsource the whole endeavor. Today, we'll take a closer look to help you decide if in-house scanning makes sense for your needs.
Many companies don't realize that their copiers--more specifically, their copiers' hard drives--are a huge security risk. Why is this? What do copiers remember? Today, we'll take a closer look--and what we find might surprise you.
Those Pesky Hard Drives
In general, copier hard drives are hardworking, diligent, and pretty darn innocent. They don't cause too much trouble, so we don't think about them very often--and most of the time, that's just fine.
"Perfect" isn't something you usually expect in the business world, or any world, for that matter--but IT management providers might be the exception. Here's how to know whether you've found a long-term partner in IT or a provider who's "okay."
All office solutions have "trends"--things that go in and out of style, and may or may not leave a lasting impact on the way we do things. Document management is no exception. However, the features we're about to explore are proving to be long-lasting and efficient--so maybe they're not just trends after all!
Switching over to a digital office can seem a little overwhelming at first, especially when it comes time to utilize scanning solutions and say goodbye to your physical files. We've all been using paper for so long that not using it can seem a little strange--but not to worry. Here are a few convincing reasons digital documents are about to become your new best friend.
Let's face it: just about every company needs to make copies. The only real question is how you're going to make those copies. Is it best to have a standalone machine, or should you invest in a multifunction printer that scans, prints, faxes, , and copies? Worry no more--we're here to help you find out!
IT management is only as good as the provider you choose. Excellent providers have the power to protect your data, improve your communication, boost your efficiency, and even save you money--while not-so-great providers can cause more problems than they solve. Today, we'll offer a few tips to help you tell the difference!