When color printing first started becoming available to both businesses and consumers, it was thought to be a high-priced, high-end item that was only readily available for major corporations and those who might have had a disposable income. Utilizing color printing meant having to not only spend a great deal of money on expensive equipment but also have to wait for a considerable length of time to have products delivered. Luckily, the times have changed since then. And it’s more common to see a color printer in an office than a bulky high-end laser printer.
Do you think it’s a waste of time to own a reliable black & white printer for your business? Think again.
It’s pretty easy to tell when you need a new computer. Whether you have no more space to download new apps, or it’s just an old model, there’s not a lot of guesswork when it comes to needing that. But when it comes to needing a new office printer, that’s a whole different story. An office printer is one of those items that unless you’re really paying attention to it, you might not know when you need a new one. And before you know it, it might be time to switch it out. So how do you tell when an office printer needs some replacing? We have the tips that you need.
No matter how good we get at computers, there are always questions that remain. And this is because not every piece of hardware is the same. Companies put out different pieces of tech that do different things. But not only that, the way that they work is vastly different from the next model. They’re kind of like cars or anything else in the world that is different from other company specs. Today, we’re going to shine a light on copiers and address a few questions that you may have when using them.
Let’s face it, there’s more than one reason why people don’t like dealing with printers. A lot of people choose to just go to Staples and print there. The truth of the matter is that printers have not been the best friends of man in terms of technology. There have been four easier pieces of technology out there to deal with rather than the printer. And this is because they are a bit of maintenance. They can get annoying at times. But today, we’re going to give you some good tips on how you can keep your printer in good condition. And don’t worry, there’s nothing complicated about any of these steps.
Statistica’s statistics show that approximately 66% of Americans own a printer. Despite what some might believe, printers have not become obsolete desk ornaments and are, in fact, crucial tools for home offices and businesses. That’s why unsurprisingly, companies like Southwest Florida Office Solutions offer an extensive selection of printers.
Do you need an A3 or A4 printer/copier for your business?
We can help you decide based on your company’s needs. These types of printers have their strengths and weaknesses depending on which size product you want to print. We’ll explain how all of that works and give you the chance to weigh the advantages/disadvantages before deciding which to get for your business.
In a busy office setting, there’s plenty of equipment that constantly needs monitoring. One device that sometimes goes overlooked is the printer. Office printers need just as much love and care as other important office equipment. If printers aren’t cared for properly they can end up costing more to repair in the long run. Thankfully some mistakes can be fixed using Managed Print Services. Let’s take a closer look at how Managed Print Services with SWFL can help keep your printer protected.
As a business owner, homeowner, or both, there are an endless amount of financial decisions that need to be made. When making these decisions for your business or family, chances are you’ll be searching for the most cost-effective plan. One factor that shouldn’t be costing you any extra money is printing. Luckily, there are choices you can make to keep printing expenses down. Let’s take a closer look at the factors that drive up the cost of printing so that they can be avoided in the future.
Whether you work in an office, own your own business, or have children in school, you know how crucial a printer is to your everyday life. When it comes to data security, protecting your printer is just as important as the rest of your computer. According to research provided by Hewlett-Packard, 90% of businesses have suffered at least one data loss through unsecured printing. To make sure this doesn’t happen to you, here are steps you can take to further secure your personal or business printer.