Does your office equipment keep your processes humming along without interruption? Many office managers can only wish that was the case; their office equipment is a daily drain on staff morale that keeps everyone wondering when to expect the next disruption.
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.
Nearly half of U.S. knowledge workers now work away from the office at least some of the time, and the number is rising. Business leaders cite lower costs, improved productivity, and streamlined collaboration as their top reasons for encouraging employees to work remotely.
Achieving Secure Access
The key to a successful remote team is streamlined and secure access to your information, and your office equipment plays a leading role. Here's how you'll need to proceed.