Having at least one copier in every office is a necessity. No manager wants their employees to have to go without one whenever it's needed. However, many companies don't consider that the business can lease a copier instead of purchasing it up front. Here are a few reasons that leasing a copier may make sense for your business.
The easiest answer to why your organization needs document management is that it has documents to manage. Think about all of the documents handled by your company. Very few tasks could be done without them, but many companies don't think much about how they are managed and how they could be better integrated into the company.
If you’re considering toner recycling, the process may seem daunting or unnecessary. But if done right toner recycling can provide meaningful benefits to your company. You could save money, benefit your community, and help the environment. All of that just from shipping your used toner to a business rather than throwing it in the trash? It’s possible.
The rise of illegal hackers who attack computer systems to steal data has led to a lot of fear from small businesses. That fear is not unfounded. The results can be catastrophic for a small business when data is stolen and customers feel betrayed.
For every printer and copier, plenty of paper is needed to stock the machine and allow it to be used for documents. With the use of paper so important to their function, it's important to know how to store paper properly so that it stays in good condition for the machines. Here's how to store it well so that it's always ready to be used when needed.
The storage and organization of documents in the office is a major part of many employees' days. The print outs must be read, stored, alphabetized and new organizers must be started when the old ones are full. This not only takes up a lot of time in the office, but it also takes up a lot of space. To get back that lost productivity, document management can change the way documents are handled within your company.
The best way to do production printing for your business may seem like a difficult choice. Outsourced production printing doesn't require you to keep the right equipment in your office, and doing production printing runs in-house would be logistically easier. However, there are a number of other benefits to printing in-house that you may not have considered.
The use of cybersecurity tactics in the office is more important today than ever. The many dangers that businesses face from hackers outs them at risk of data breaches that can bring the entire company down. But by planning for better cybersecurity, your business can stay safe from this problem and keep building its reputation in the industry.
The office equipment your company uses is an important part of getting business done, but it will be a lot harder to get it done when that equipment is old and has out-of-date features and capabilities.
The storage of files can be a major cost to a business. If the files are kept on site, a lot of expensive space is needed to house it all. It's common to outsource this function to a third party because it can require so much space to keep them all. However, keeping the files with a third party can be expensive, and it comes with a host of other disadvantages.