You've probably heard great things about how managed print works for traditional offices. It's fast, it's efficient, it's practical, it's powerful--but is the same true for real estate agencies? Let's find out!
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The old way of managing documents has started to outlive its usefulness. Today, companies look for ways to be leaner and more efficient, and they want to be as green as possible. With digital document management, you can make your company all three of these things.
The security of your computer network doesn't stop with your computers. In every office, there are printers doing important work. Those printers have hard drives, making them just as much a target of cyberthieves as the company's computers. However, there are ways to keep printers more secure to keep data private and compliant.
Even with all of the advances that have taken place in the business world, printing is just as important today as it was twenty years ago. The reality is that printing still plays an important role in how business tasks are accomplished on a day to day basis. Even though printers have gotten more complex and some paper-intensive tasks are now digitized, printing in the office still requires a plan.
The documents used by a small business are incredibly important for the way the business runs. A document management strategy refers to the way that those documents are created, how they are organized and how they ultimately get stored and retrieved later. With a strategy that works for your business, you can save an enormous amount of time and money.
Office equipment is one of the most commonly used tools in a bustling office environment. Yet, while most offices have the carpets vacuumed and the toilets scrubbed each day, copiers and printers are usually an afterthought for disinfection. That’s because office equipment typically only gets cleaned when it’s serviced by a technician, or a dust bunny shows up in a paper tray.
4.7 million people work from home in the United States [source]. The need for collaboration and meeting with co-workers does not go away when people transition to working from home, so it is no surprise that products like Zoom Meetings have realized huge growth.