Document management is the secret to a productive and efficient workplace - and that might be something you already know. But how exactly does document management create a workplace that prioritizes productivity and efficiency? Below, we break this down for you - and it has to do with technology and security.
Every business requires technology to reach clients, communicate, and operate in an efficient and effective manner. Businesses need diverse and advanced IT networks that integrate security with protection, functionality, and access. However, the cost of employing an in-house IT department is increasing while small businesses do not have the appropriate budget availability to meet all the needs of today's IT requirements.
There are many reasons that would cause an MFP to stop scanning. First, to understand how the scanning takes place, we must understand how the scanned document gets from the printer to its scanned destination. We will look at two options when it comes to scanning a document or an image, “Scan to Folder or SMB” and “Scan to Email.”
Your office budget is a complex system that has likely taken a few surprise hits (or boosts) over the last year. While the pandemic brought more uncertainty to business, it also allowed managers to look at areas where consistency could build business and help you grow in the right direction.
Maintaining your office equipment is a critical component of getting the most out of your investment. Keeping equipment running smoothly means that your workflows can continue uninterrupted, and your employees can complete projects on time and without any hiccups from machine malfunctions.
You may have been pitched on managed IT services before, but they didn't give you a good understanding of benefits or even a good definition of managed IT. What are we talking about, and how can it help my business?