The average law firm has an enormous amount of information that must be kept accessible on office equipment and ready to be used when it's needed. However, it is far harder to find specific information when it is in files like PDFs. These files can be transferred to different file types with the help of optical character recognition.
Every office needs the right business machines to keep the office running. While many offices have a copier, they may not know about the many benefits of having a multifunction printer. Likewise, some offices may have an MFP when they only need the features of a copier.
Printing in the office requires a printer that takes the needs of the whole office into account. The printer you choose may be one that uses CMYK printing, or it may use RGB printing. Here's how these two techniques are different.
Office equipment might not always be the most exciting item to purchase, but getting it right is imperative. When it comes to selecting the right printing system, like a multifunction printer, businesses should do their homework before committing. As with any “big ticket item” you want to make sure you get the right match for your needs. I mean, you would not buy a car without conducting research first, right?
There was a time when mobile printing seemed downright futuristic. But, now that smartphones are a critical piece of office equipment, printing a document from your phone is a real possibility. And, in reality, it should be standard practice in today’s modern business climate. If your company has not yet embraced mobile print technology, here’s your opportunity to learn how it can boost your business.
The digital age may have made business life easier on several fronts, but technology has also increased opportunities for criminals to take what doesn't belong to them. Diligence is critical, and if you'd rather not be a hacker's next victim, it's imperative to begin addressing your security vulnerabilities now.
Here's how switching to electronic document management, performing system updates, and including your office equipment in your security strategy can help your company fend off cybercriminals.
Whether you're replacing existing devices or starting from scratch, choosing office equipment for your law office involves making a series of critical decisions. You'll be using your office equipment for several years, and it's essential to make the right choice. Here's how to map out the process.
Your office equipment helps run your organization's internal processes, but if you're not careful, it can help someone else in their efforts to gain access to your confidential documents. If you haven't taken the proper steps to lock down your networked office equipment, here's what you should do now to keep criminals away from protected health information and other confidential documents.