If your company operates on a large printer network, it is often a top priority to ensure printer accessibility, connectivity, and security. To improve your employees’ customer experience with your network, transitioning to a global print driver can come with several benefits for productivity and efficiency.
Reduced Training Time
When all of your network devises can seamlessly connect to a single print drive, it can save several hours of training in your IT department. Devote more time to work and data flow than to setup operations.
Internet safety is a huge concern, especially for people who have a lot of personal information documented online. The scary fact is, one of the easiest ways to get hacked or to have personal information stolen is through email. This is especially dangerous for large businesses because counterfeit email addresses can be easily created and used to gain information from a large pool of unsuspecting co-workers. There are other concerns for businesses as well, such as printer security. Digital printers process a lot of confidential material and can be hacked for that information.
Xerox now offers a new voice-recognition program for use with its multifunction printers. Gabi Voice allows you to give commands to your printer without having to leave your desk or sort through menus on the printer screen. This new office technology has many benefits including the promotion of productivity in the workplace and can be installed with a simple DIY process.
Sustainability efforts remain a major topic in industry, especially for mid-sized and large enterprises that have significantly larger footprints. Traditionally, a notable aspect of this was paper consumption for document management, but the trend towards digitization has mitigated this considerably. Even so, print is not dead, and organizations have a responsibility to manage their print and paper solutions smartly to truly go green.
Cryptography is an extensive and highly involved field, and it can make the subject of protecting data seem more complex than it actually is. For small business owners and personal users, understanding how encryption works and is employed in, for instance, Xerox printer security can help you make informed decisions on security.
As the manufacturing sector becomes increasingly competitive, and as conscious consumers put more pressure on businesses to promote sustainability, more companies are seeking innovative ways to optimize production that is both profitable and environmentally friendly. The reverse supply chain, or the flow of goods from the buyer back to the manufacture, is fueled by returns, end-of-life recycling, faulty part repair, manufacturer recall, and surplus stock. Utilizing the reverse supply chain efficiently helps businesses go green in three important ways:
You can view efforts to reduce waste in your business as another revenue stream. Lack of office efficiency can act as a drain on your business. By stopping unnecessary spending, you are improving your profitability and helping your business stay financially stable. Consider the following areas to enhance office productivity and your business' bottom line.
It’s no secret that printer and multifunction copier control plays a major part in cost control and reduction. Did you know, though, that you can integrate the power of printer and copier accounting directly into your devices? With various accounting tools and technologies, you can restrict your printers and copiers to ensure effective cost tracking, control, and management.
Billing and Tracking
There are a number of ways to integrate device tracking and accounting into your multifunction printers, from built-in software to external devices. Those methods include:
With a new year comes new business goals for your company. One way you and your employees stand a better chance of meeting those goals is by upping your collective and individual productivity. Give yourself every chance to not only meet your new business goals in 2018, but surpass them.
Economies constantly evolve. Society's industrial age gave way to the service economy. This change took a couple of hundred years, but the next step from service to information-based commerce lasted only decades. Experts refer to the current epoch as the “Uber Economy” after the famous ride-sharing service. Whatever name it goes by, it is evident that businesses can supercharge their customer service efforts by fully utilizing today's powerful mobile technology.