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3 Reasons why Architects should change to toner based wide format printers.

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 13, 2017 10:16:38 AM / by Andrew Gray

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As technology changes in the ACE (Architecture, Construction, and Engineering) industry, so do the needs of the business equipment. Today, more CAD sets and project plans are being shared electronically through Email, Cloud Storage Services, and FTP websites. These increasingly popular methods of sharing information put the burden of printing hardcopies on your company. Along with the additional cost of printing more wide-format documents in house, there has also been a growing demand to incorporate more color enhancements into the drawings.

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How 3 Tier Color Billing vs Standard Color Billing Works

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 6, 2017 11:57:55 AM / by Dale Heilman posted in copiers, printers, tier, billing, Saving

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In today’s copier market there isn't a whole lot of true differentiators between different manufacturers. One manufacturer might claim they have the most reliable or the most cost-effective MFP on the market. Let’s be real here, copiers today all have the same bells and whistles. They copy, print, scan, fax and have multiple apps that can be added to the device to allow integration to business software.  One manufacturer, however, has come up with a game-changing solution when it comes to billing color and can be a true difference financially within your organization.

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How to Get a Great Response to Your Copier RFP

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 30, 2017 10:13:00 AM / by Jennifer Lieb

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RFP comparing apples to applesA poorly written RFP (Request for Proposal) causes confusion for not only the vendors who are trying to respond, but creates more headaches for you. Often the headaches are caused by a vendor misinterpreting your needs or what you are asking for. It becomes difficult to compare solutions when vendors have a different understanding of what is being requested. In some cases, the RFP process or results can be contested causing your organization to throw out all RFP responses, leaving you to start the entire process all over again.

Here are some tips that will help to avoid confusion.

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Ask Ms. Feeds - Advice column

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 15, 2017 4:06:42 PM / by Ms. Feeds

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Ask Ms Feeds advice column for copier problems

It has happened to all of us. There is an important job to be printed and time is running short. Did we procrastinate…maybe… but when we hit the print button we expect our equipment to run with perfection, correct? I mean let’s face it; there was a good amount of money invested in this device and it should work flawlessly! But just as it starts producing this time sensitive project, we hear that sound. The one that echoes across the office and causes immediate disgust and frustration…the dreaded beeping of the MFP bringing our print job to a halt!

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Designing for Millennials

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 14, 2017 3:54:39 PM / by Dan Bahret posted in millennial, Workplace Interiors, Open Office

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It is 2017 and “Millennials,” people born between 1980 and 2000, are making their way into offices all over the world. Most have grown up with constant use of electronics to help complete their everyday tasks. The reliance on these newer electronics makes millennials more minimalistic than previous generations, in the fact that most can do their job with only a laptop and a cellphone.

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Is it time to replace your copier?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 12, 2017 9:35:12 AM / by Trey Phillips

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Old office equipment So, the old copier sitting in the corner of the office is starting to make awful noises, and the repair technician has his own spot marked in your parking lot. It has been a great friend, but you have hung onto it much too long, and in doing so, technology has been running amok, and you have no idea where to begin. Never fear, grab a cup of coffee, take a deep breath, and walk with me.

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Going Digital to slow down?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 2, 2017 9:22:42 AM / by Mark Lauer

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I recently came across this article in InfoTrends where they completed a “The Future of Office Printing” research study. They came away with these key findings:

 

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Who has control of your Multi-functional Printer?

[fa icon="calendar'] May 19, 2017 9:12:00 AM / by Bruce Mclaughlin

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mfp authentication with papercut In one of the more dramatic scenes in the original Jurassic Park movie, Dr. Ellie Sattler scolds John Hammond about his thoughts on control. “You never had control, that’s the illusion!”

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Office Equipment 101: Purchasing a new Multifunction Printer (MFP)

[fa icon="calendar'] May 17, 2017 1:20:53 PM / by Marlena Tedesco

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purchasing a new multifunction PrinterMultifunction Printers are key to keeping your office running efficiently. We all know the frustrations of having a copier or printer that won’t work the way you need it too. It won’t print the document you need or is constantly requiring service. This makes for an unhappy work environment and unhappy employees! When it’s time to replace your old copier or buy a new MFP, here is what you need to know.

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Where to start going digital

[fa icon="calendar'] May 4, 2017 11:55:24 AM / by Michael Major

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That is the million dollar question. To further complicate things, there is no-one-size-fits-all solution for all organizations. There are a variety of first steps that an organization should take in digitizing the critical information that flows through their office. Today, we will cover 3 topics:
  1. Why you should go digital?
  2. Latest trends for creating a digital office.
  3.  Your first steps to going digital.

Why should I go digital?

Before you begin taking your first steps to digitizing your office, you must have at least one reason why this change in the employees' daily routine will benefit their day-to-day tasks. While there is certainly a level of comfort in working with hard copy documents, have you ever thought about how it might be compromising your productivity, and/or costing you money? According to Info Trends, the average time spent to retrieve a single hard copy document is 20 minutes. You might find that hard to believe, but when you get up from your desk to retrieve this document, did you get distracted? Was the document improperly filed? Do you store documents off site? These are all factors that can easily impede the retrieval of a simple piece of information.

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