So much of what we do on a daily basis is heavily reliant on our ability to stay connected to the outside world. This is especially the case when it comes to running office networks and utilizing tools such as MFPs (multifunction printers) and other connected devices. However, while these tools can help to streamline your operations, increase productivity, and reduce overall business costs, they can also be a source of unexpected data breaches.
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Keeping up with the administrative requirements of a busy office means investing in better equipment to handle the workload. Office printers come in all shapes and sizes and are designed to help companies operate efficiently while contributing to the overall productivity of each department.
However, with the amount of options currently available, it can be challenging to narrow down the choices while finding a solution that is both highly functional and sustainable for the business over time. To make this process easier, here are five areas of consideration you should explore when purchasing an office printer.
Despite the increasingly paperless world, most organizations still rely on their printers and MFPs on a daily basis. But employees’ bad printing habits can take printers from useful to costly. They can even turn your MFP into a security liability.
Print management software helps organizations track, control, and secure the printers and printing habits of their offices. Implementing print management can help save money and resources by curbing bad habits and making individuals more aware of their printing behaviors.