How to Print from Anywhere: Your Guide to Printing on the Go
Being constantly on the go, being able to print from anywhere from your mobile phone, used to be something far from possible.
Today, innovations in secure cloud printing technology has now made it possible for users to print from anywhere, on the go.
Printers with wireless or online connections can easily communicate beyond a specific person or user group.
Print vendors are also constantly rolling out solutions that use email or cloud based print servers for sending out print jobs.
Pull Printing Explained: The Costs & Benefits of Deploying Pull Printing
No matter what industry you are in, every business would like to improve their workflow, become more productive, secure and reduce costs in all areas of the organization.
With printing, this can be solved by installing a piece of software that enables pull printing. But what is pull printing and how can your business benefit from it?
Costs of Printing: 4 Overlooked Ways Your Business Is Bleeding Money
Businesses should always know exactly where their money goes. Yet, two-thirds of small businesses can’t track printer costs.
This fact is especially worrisome given that it’s actually the third highest monthly expense for offices—right behind rent and payroll.
While all three are essential to operations, printing costs are one aspect that you can readily address.
A recent study showed that “a firm with 1,000 employees is likely to incur $500,000 in printing costs per year, which can actually amount up to three to five percent of revenue.”
Enterprise Green Printing: Why You Need to Start Green Printing
Over the past few years, the green printing movement has captured the attention of companies and government agencies.
Prior to is mainstream adopting, green printing was mainly undertaken by activists and SME that are looking to lessen their environmental impact.
Why is everyone so keen to adopt green printing into their business practices and why should you?
Green IT: The Value of Green Computing and How to Adopt It
The case for green IT is stronger than ever. With Gartner predicting that sustainability will be a top priority for most major Western Europe and North American companies, companies are now understanding that green IT will save them money and increase their value in the marketplace.
Green computing (or green IT) is when companies manufacture, use, and dispose of computers, servers, and other hardware in environmentally friendly ways. Practices are focused on reducing energy consumption and disposing of equipment in responsible ways.
Most computers and hardware require special handling and disposable as they contain toxic substances that can contaminate soil and water if left in landfills, or pollute the air if incinerated.