Are you ready to add a new printer to your office equipment line-up, but aren't sure whether to buy an inkjet or laser printer? The decision isn't difficult once you study the differences, but the wrong choice can be hard on the budget.
Here's how to decide which type of imaging equipment is right for your office.
1. Inkjet printers
Inkjet printers use liquid ink that's either pigment or dye-based. The downside of dye-based ink is that it's not water or smudge-proof, making it impractical for photographs or graphic arts use.
If you're like most business leaders, you take the pulse of your organization's departments and processes on a regular basis. You check with each department head to find out how things are going, and if they have any recommendations for positive change. The question we'd like to ask today is this: who do you talk to when you want to check on the health of your print environment?