Companies have to face economic headwinds and develop innovative strategies for long-term success. These considerations usually take precedence over disaster recovery planning. The truth is that not planning for a worst-case scenario could put all business operations at risk.
Most companies operate under constant cost pressures. The world is speeding up, and companies need to keep up with their competitors. To achieve new efficiencies and increase productivity in the office, companies should adopt a managed print services (MPS) strategy. This can help them save money by outsourcing document output operations to an external service provider.
The world is depending on front line healthcare workers now more than ever. While these brave professionals put their lives on the line every day, they need access to support systems that help them to accomplish their tasks accurately and efficiently. An area where most hospitals and healthcare facilities usually lag is their printing fleet and document management processes.
Companies need to understand that today’s multifunction devices are more sophisticated than older generation printers are. In many ways, new multifunction printers are just like computers. Since the use of company networks became widespread in the 1990s, connecting and sharing a printer became easier than ever before. These devices now help companies to streamline their print workflows and maintain a productive office environment, but it could also pose a risk to operations.