Monthly archive

September 2017

Small Business Gain Relevance with Managed Print

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Small and medium businesses don’t always have the tools for the workflow that larger enterprises enjoy. It’s harder to allocate money and time to things that don’t have an immediate payoff. These businesses have fewer funds immediately available, and employees typically have set jobs that they need to devote their time to. Fortunately, there are ways to address workflow hangups and improve productivity with managed services.

Scanning to the Cloud Opens Up Possibility

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Put your scanner to work today and see the difference digitizing your office can make.

Digitization doesn’t have to be scary. In fact, it can be partial, or even minimal. If you still rely heavily on paper and don’t foresee a fully paperless office in your future, that’s okay. You can still take advantage of scan to cloud applications.

PaperCut Update Enhances Security & Interface

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The latest in manufacturer industry news from our partner PaperCut is pretty exciting.

PaperCut's latest update, 17.2, focuses on improving both the interface and the level of security for print management users. The interface improves upon the previous elements of interactivity and also adds more to compliance offerings. Ultimately, this version illustrates PaperCut's continual commitment to providing the best in print management.

EDGE Wins Back to Back Xerox Award

Originally posted on Industry Analysts

Roswell, GA, September 7, 2017 – EDGE Business Systems, a Xerox Authorized Dealer, was named the 2016 Xerox Document Technology Partner of the Year, an annual recognition that is given to the Document Technology Partner whose body of work in revenue, growth, partnership, investment and operations came together to demonstrate significant achievement during 2016.

Make Document Security Central to Healthcare

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Few fields have more to contend with regarding document security than the healthcare industry. There are strict government regulations that dictate how documents should be handled, but there’s also a commitment to privacy that hospitals and doctors hold up at all costs. As the move toward digitization grows larger, there are even more concerns to keep in mind.