No matter how companies remain reluctant to upgrade software, sometimes it’s inevitable. The End of Life support deadline for Windows 7 was January 2020, meaning many organizations needed to apply the Windows 10 update. This has left many companies wondering how to conduct their printer fleet management in Windows 10. Luckily, Microsoft has made printer management quick and easy in the latest version of its operating system.
The fast-growing Midwest is home to numerous engineering firms, especially in Ohio. In this thriving environment, competition is fierce. Engineers compete not only to win contracts but also to remain affordable to their clients. One common strategy they use is managed print services, to reduce office operating expenses as much as possible.
Managed print services are well-known for their ability to deliver many substantial benefits to offices that deploy them. For engineering firms, these benefits can be the difference between a competitive or disregarded bid. Read on to learn what engineers need in a printing environment, the benefits of managed print services, and why engineers in Ohio trust Blue Technologies with their printing infrastructure.
Printing technology is getting more accessible than ever, and that’s a mixed blessing for print houses and graphic design companies in Ohio. Major retailers are innovating to deliver more convenient printing services, which makes business seem to dry up for smaller companies. Also, entry-level production print hit the market in late 2019. Now, beautifully printed collateral is readily available to most businesses.
Cost reduction and cost control play an essential role in providing patients with world-leading treatments and critical care. Behind every sufferer, stands a dedicated team of nurses and doctors waiting to lend a helping hand.