Your print fleet drives your business’ handling of documents throughout your offices and your greater organization. Regardless of the number of devices in your office, having a plan for printing is an essential order of business to see your process streamlined.
If you haven’t heard, there are an abundance of advantages of going paperless in the modern working world. Businesses around the world are becoming more efficient, cutting costs, reducing spaces needs, and more. But how should you go about going paperless? You have two options: outsource your documents to a local scanning company or scan the documents yourself with office equipment, software, and people. You could even try a combination of the two.
Here are four considerations to help you make your decision:
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EDGE Business Systems, a rapidly growing document technology and office equipment company has been named to the 2018 Inc 5000 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the United States. This is the second straight year that EDGE has earned this prestigious award.
With hacking and data breaches occurring as often as they do in our ever-increasingly technology-driven world, the need for document encryption is essential for a business’ security. Encrypting documents is the process of placing a code or password over documents, which makes them only accessible by individuals who have the code, password, or passkey. Encrypting is critical when sharing documents, so they are protected from hackers and interceptors.