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:
Scan any IT magazine or website's headlines and you're bound to run across something about cloud computing. That's because more businesses are using it for everything from data storage and coworking endeavors to executing marketing strategies. With that said, Hewlett Packard MFPs are more than capable of assisting business owners with scanning their documents for use in the cloud.
Many of the Hewlett Packard MFPs available also come equipped with other features beneficial for cloud computing applications. Take the CM4520 MFP Printer Series for example. They come with the following invaluable features:
- Data Encryption Capabilities (i.e. embedded hard disk, e-mail and PDF)
- Multiple Network Capabilities and Protocols
- Kensington-Style Locking Access Ports
- Scan to e-Mail and Faxing Functions
- User Authentication Capabilities
Of course cloud compatibility is not the only benefit to investing in Hewlett Packard MFPs. As mentioned previously, they also fit in with current home office design trends. Real Estate and interior design experts all tend to agree, home based offices are becoming eco-friendly, compact, unobtrusive and multifunctional. There is also a distinct focus on making the space energy efficient. Hewlett Packard MFPs are all of those things rolled into one.
For example, let's revisit the series we mentioned earlier. The Energy Star rated models included in the series may cut a business' paper and energy consumption in half. Because they are extremely compact and multifunctional, they are also capable of eliminating other pieces of office equipment. Thus, reducing the amount of space, outlets and electricity needed. Examples of equipment that may be discarded due to Hewlett Packard MFP use are fax machines, stapling devices, oversized copiers, scanners and sorters.
Those are just a few of the benefits involved. To learn more about the previously mentioned Hewlett Packard MFPs and others, please feel free to contact us.
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