Submitted by Walter Whal on Thu, 01/26/2017 - 12:52
Sometimes buying a laser printer can be a big investment, especially if you are not sure about your long-term business needs or goals.
Additionally, since technology is changing and evolving so rapidly, your equipment may be out of date before it actually stops working.
As technology becomes cheaper and more efficient, you may actually save money buy investing in a newer device (or rather having a 3 year lease and swapping out for a new device when your contract is up).
Submitted by Walter Whal on Fri, 10/16/2015 - 08:38
Printing documents is part of everyday business. While most of the time it is quick and easy, when there are snags, it wastes time and causes headaches. Keep things running smoothly with these four simple tips for fixing your printer.
1. Check Printer Settings
Printing documents with a lot of graphics and/or color will slow things down. As will printing on a high-res setting. If speed is the key print in draft or economy setting most of the time, switch to higher setting for presentations or client documents. Print in gray scale to save time and money and only use color ink when necessary. Set these as default settings in your print menu.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Wed, 10/07/2015 - 11:57
The best way to print efficiently is to start with the printer itself. Finding the best model for your business needs ensures energy efficiency, reduces waste, and saves money. Start by assessing what you will be printing, how much you will be printing, and how many employees will be using the printer.
Ink jet printers are still the most popular, affordable, and versatile options on the market, although color laser printers have become much more cost effective. Look for high-efficiency and/or high-capacity models for mass printing.