Submitted by Walter Whal on Thu, 04/28/2016 - 18:07
One important part of running a business is ensuring that your office functions as efficiently as possible. Convenience is one aspect of an efficient office. One way to improve the convenience factor of your office is harnessing certain technologies.
Easily Accessible and Printable Documents
Accessing and printing documents are two ubiquitous tasks in a modern office. Nowadays, with increasing use of mobile technology, it's important for employees to be able to access documents on various devices. It's even more convenient if your employees can print those documents on demand from a phone or tablet.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Thu, 04/07/2016 - 10:06
In the digital age, network security is as important for your Monticello, Indiana business as it is for your home network. While very few businesses poses impenetrable networks, there are some steps you can take to ensure data protection.
Manage Device Access
Using an internal system to authenticate users is an excellent way to increase the security of your network. Each device on your network can be used as a point of access for hackers. By having each device secured with a password that is unique to each employee, a business will greatly reduce the risk of having unwanted users access their network.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Mon, 03/28/2016 - 23:27
“According to the Customers 2020 report, customer experience has overtaken price and product as the key brand differentiator. To put it simply — the future of business success relies on providing superior customer service.”
So, how can you improve in the customer service department to delight your customers? Here are a few key points to consider:
Submitted by Walter Whal on Mon, 03/21/2016 - 21:37
One of the benefits of the shift from analog to digital is the development of technology, hardware and software that are designed to make your life easier. While document management in the past meant lots of storage, filing and dealing with paper, electronic document management is simple, secure and lean.
How Can Electronic Document Management Help Your Business?
Submitted by Walter Whal on Fri, 12/18/2015 - 16:43
How valuable is your print environment? This seems like a straightforward question—but the difficulty comes when we realize that print environments can't be measured by just their monetary value. Rather than counting the costs of ink, paper, maintenance, and printing machines themselves, try putting the price tags aside and considering how valuable your print environment is as part of your company. What would you do if you couldn't print that form? How would you keep your file cabinets full of up-to-date info? It's true—printing is a huge part of every company, so a strong print environment is an extremely valuable asset.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Mon, 12/07/2015 - 16:49
As the end of this year draws closer, you’ve hopefully brought in a fair amount of profit. With some smart planning, you can use that money to set your business up for success both in the coming year and beyond.
In the blogs for this month, we’ll take a look at how you can invest in products and services that will help cut costs and increase your productivity in the future. The first step in that process is to assess your current expenses and practices.
Schedule Maintenance for Your Current Devices
If your Indiana office isn’t in order now, it’ll be harder to prepare for the future. Have your printers and other equipment serviced to ensure that they’re working at their peak capacity. You should also check your supplies and restock if you’re running low.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Wed, 12/02/2015 - 13:51
Look around you right now. What do you see? Is it an office space, complete with a water cooler, a coffee mug or two, and the occasional procrastinator? Is it a personal office, with pictures on the walls and bookshelves full to the brim with books you've never really read? Is it a room without a specific purpose, the one that's a little bit of everything? Wherever you are, the chances are high that there's at least one stack of paper within arm's reach, maybe closer. The truth is, today's world uses a lot of paper. We communicate with documents. We keep records with files. We write notes, test pens, and idly sketch during boring conference meetings—all using paper. So how can we handle all of this paper in a way that improves efficiency and protects budget?