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Companies seeking to reduce unnecessary spending as it relates to IT operations should take a close look at the costs associated with their printing and imaging systems.
Document Management Solutions begins with a system that stores, tracks and indexes both paper and digital documents for retrieval by a project team. The system helps you keep important papers and digital files close to your workspace while eliminating physical filing cabinets and providing security and disaster recovery for all information.
Are you in the process of setting up or revamping your home based office? If so, you may want to consider investing in Hewlett Packard MFPs. Given the recent technology and home office design trends, they tend to make ideal investments. Here's a quick look at why:
Those stuffed disorganized file cabinets, piles of unread reports, and written forms which used to slow productivity for just about all of us have been digitized to form what is now known as the Document Management System. Thanks to Scanners, Copiers, and OCR software, the paperless office has become a reality to many businesses. In fact, cloud-based document management solutions are becoming increasing popular where anyone can access a document anytime, anywhere, from just about any device.
There are many different existing options for your business' Managed Print Services needs. Knowing which one best suit the particular needs of your business is key in maximizing your return on investment (ROI). Considering the following:
Business Laser Printers have been in existence for quite a while now. Although they're not a new invention, many businesses overlook just how useful these devices are. They require fewer refills and less maintenance than the often-sought-after inkjet printer, and the refills typically cost less per page, too. Laser printers are one way to go if your business is looking to save a little cash.
Hewlett Packard has created yet another piece of software to make your life easier. It's called HP ePrint, and it lets you access documents anywhere you are. HP ePrint is available on laptops, desktop computers, tablets, and smartphones. If you have a printer that has HP ePrint enabled, you can print to this printer from anywhere with an internet connection - even across the globe!
Offices today are moving towards a paper-free future. This may seem like a huge, scary, or difficult task, but don't fear! There are products specifically made to make it easier to go paper-free. In this transition, it is essential to have a way to convert existing paper files into digital ones. Scanning paper documents is easy and simple with Fujitsu document scanners.
Do you own a small durable medical equipment firm that's been using a paper based system? If so, the thought of the healthcare industry's switch to digital records has probably got you concerned. In order to compete effectively, you'll obviously need to switch to a computerized system. The good news is that document capture software may help to make the transition easier and cost effective. It may also help you stay competitive.
Over the years your company has invested a lot of money in hardware to perform a host of functions - Printing, Faxing, Copying and Document Capture. Each of these requires specific software solutions and drivers. But although all of your printers are still functional, you lack the ability to coordinate and integrate all of them and their functions into one smooth application.
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