Choosing a printer can be an overwhelming task, especially with the number of options on the market. There are so many printers that can do so much, but the one you choose should be the one that incorporates all the features you need within your budget. Here are the top five things to consider as you choose a new printer for your business.
Ready to do some "almost spring" cleaning and get rid of those paper piles once and for all? Here are a few scanning tips to help you get started--and to make it easier than ever to actually finish the job!
From the surface, office scanners do not appear to be the most complicated devices. Once you read a description of the features of a particular device, however, you might find yourself left scratching your head not knowing which device to purchase.
Healthcare providers deal with an abundance of paperwork from different departments, all with varying levels of sensitivity and significance. With advancements in technology over the past ten years, solutions providers have been able to offer different solutions that have increased offices’ ability to handle workloads efficiently. Companies like Document Solutions have established solutions for healthcare providers that have helped office’s effectively manage their document loads.
Although offices are using less paper than ever before, businesses still rely heavily on copiers (also called Multifunction Printers or simply an MFP) to handle critical document sharing and saving processes. These machines have proven to be useful, even in our modern, digital age.
As experts in the Document Management industry, we understand that there are numerous confusing terms and acronyms. For someone not familiar with the scanner industry, reading a spec report on an office device can feel like reading a foreign language. For that reason, we here at Document Systems have put together a list of definitions to help you feel confident in the scanner or device your business selects.
Many vendors will try to sell you a multifunction copier with their selling point being that the product is HIPAA-compliant. The only problem is that an out-of-the-box, HIPAA-compliant copier does not exist.
For many small business owners, the decision to go paperless is intimidating. Many view this as an unnecessary task, believing that their business needs to have a hefty paper load to justify going paperless. This isn’t true, however. Going paperless is a decision that prepares your business for lasting efficiency. As your company experiences growth, so will your paper use. Going paperless now will help you develop an effective system to handle your increasing workload.
Here are a few perks of going paperless for small businesses:
A document management system is a computer system and software that helps optimize a business’ workflow. This system allows companies to store, manage, and track documents and images through the use of a scanner. Document management systems are an incredible tool that helps a company improve productivity and efficiency.
Concerning office technology, scanning systems are often overlooked. Now, these devices are getting some recognition as a business are switching from paper to digital storage solutions. If you want to invest in a scanner here is what to look for.