The trend toward videoconferencing has been growing over the past few years as more organizations are seeing it as the optimal way to connect with employees, remote workers, and customers.
For organizations that need a reliable large-format printing platform, the KIP 600 is revolutionizing the industry. By establishing new standards in quality, efficiency, and productivity, KIP’s latest large-format solutions deliver precision imaging with a compact and durable design. The platform comes packed with capabilities that can help any organization improve their print production processes.
Travelers can be some of the most demanding customers a company has to navigate. For rental car agencies, a broken printer can quickly lead to tempers flaring and irate customers fuming in the queues. To ensure the company can serve its customers reliably and efficiently, maintaining printing operations is vital to customer satisfaction.
While printers remain the backbone of every business, keeping them secure has never been more important. The capabilities that come with modern multifunction devices can help organizations increase efficiencies and reduce operational bottlenecks, but also make them prime targets for cybercriminals.
Even in a rapidly transforming digital world, companies still rely on their print fleet to remain productive. It’s also common for these environments to be unmanaged as many businesses only pay attention to print operations when something goes wrong. While the adage of ‘don’t fix it if it’s not broken’ may be convenient, it could be costing the company in revenues and other losses.
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.
It’s a known fact that engineering, construction, and architectural firms have unique printing needs. While accuracy and speed are important, they often also need to use their wide-format printers under harsh conditions. Every project the firm takes on also requires accurate billing to the customers for drawings, blueprints, project plans, and models.
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.
Ever received an official letter from a state agency? If it’s less than 100 pages, has confidential information on it, and doesn’t use blank pages between sections, then it wasn’t outsourced. State agencies need a robust printing infrastructure in their offices to carry out the daily functions of governing. Yet, government offices remain a top environment where printing problems can be found.
While the Ohio government has its own state printing agency, many offices are increasingly bringing on experienced, trained professionals to manage the print infrastructure within their departments. Read on to learn about the unique printing challenges of state agencies and how they can benefit from managed print services.
Managed print services offer manufacturing companies the tools they need to perform large-scale printing operations under a high-volume workload and achieve improved productivity. In addition to these advantages, a team of specialized technicians oversee the IT infrastructure with remote monitoring and regular maintenance checks.