Printing costs are not always black and white. There may be some hidden costs that you don’t realize are eating into your budget. Check out these seven facts about printing costs.
If you’ve decided not to purchase new office equipment, leasing is a flexible option. When it comes to signing a lease agreement you’ll want to know specifics and these questions will help narrow down the details.
1. Is Ownership of the Scanner at the End of the Lease Term Important?
The answer to this question will determine your monthly price. If you want to own the scanner at the end of the lease a “$1 out” lease is the best fit. Otherwise, a fair market value lease will make sense.
Each year Citi focuses on Global Citizenship activities and performance. Citi is a global bank and wants to take a leading role in implementing sustainable development goals. To achieve these goals, they are moving away from practices that do not proactively create solutions to solve existing challenges. The goals call on nations to end poverty, protect the planet, and promote health equity.
Would you feel secure if a disaster occurred and you were unable to reach your physical office? If not, you need a disaster recovery plan. Here’s why having a plan is crucial.
Even the most conscientious business owner can miss out on calculating the actual costs associated with printing. A comprehensive overview probably includes supplies like paper and ink, the price of repairs and maintenance, and the hardware itself, but there’s actually much more to it than that.
As you plan out the year ahead for your business, it’s a great time to consider your office’s relationship to paper. Specifically, your consumption of it and how it’s impacting the environment and your bottom line.
The National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) has tough testing standards for technology. The Common Criteria certification is a rigorous IT security standard offered by NIAP, and Xerox AltaLink devices are the very first MFPs to be certified.
Security is a top priority in any business. As technology changes and new possibilities emerge, so too do threats and security concerns. No matter what changes or evolutions your company is currently undergoing or will take on, document security should always be a priority.
For some businesses exploring managed services, it can be hard to justify the cost of the service overall. With Managed Print Services, for example, the initial part of the service seems to be the most important: A print assessment of your print environment, followed by optimization of that environment. However, there are long-term metrics that can help you understand the way the service impacts your bottom line over time.