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Print From Anywhere With Mobile Printing

on Oct 27, 2016 1:29:55 PM By | Gary Harouff | 0 Comments | Print Control Resources & Training Copiers Office Equipment
You're just opening the door to leave for the day when you suddenly remember that you forgot to print out a copy of that presentation you wanted to review later. If you don't have a mobile printing app, you can either keep on walking and start tomorrow slightly behind. You could also review the presentation online, but, sometimes, it's easier for some of us to review using paper – old school, I know. Or you could head back to your desk, reboot your PC or laptop, print, close back down, and then head out for your evening.
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The Print Assessment: The First Step to Saving Money on Printing Costs

on Sep 14, 2016 2:04:02 PM By | Gary Harouff | 0 Comments | Managed Print Services Print Control
While measurements aren't the be all and end all of business success, the ability to measure and track hard costs can help your business spend more effectively. A commonly overlooked area of business infrastructure spend is your print fleet. If you don't know how much you're spending on your copiers and prints in toner, paper, and maintenance costs (which can lead to lost productivity as equipment goes down); there's a good chance you're spending more than you need to. I've written about managed print services as a solution to this business issue before. 
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Stop Throwing Money Away – Control Print Costs With Print Rules

on Aug 10, 2016 7:42:17 AM By | Gary Harouff | 0 Comments | Print Control Copiers
Printing (and copying) documents is an often hidden expense for businesses. Companies buy printers and copiers, set them up, and then never really account for who prints documents, how many documents are printed, are they in color or black and white, etc. You just keep buying toner and paper until a device breaks. Then you repeat the cycle.
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