Talking and thinking about print is not exciting to most, and bringing up a conversation about your home or office printer at a dinner party would surely be social suicide. But let’s try to understand this and why we humans don’t get excited by print.Read More
Green Office Blog
I have always had this burning question in the back of mind, “Why do we Print?” Aren’t we supposed be working in Paperless offices by now?Read More
Why do we spend hours of time meticulously preparing a perfect report for clients? Because this is a beneficial tool and your client will be able to see their results through regular reporting.Read More
Efficiency, the buzzword in any company is all about working smart, not hard. Making the most of your time and effort, whilst staying productive.
Most people are looking for ways to become more efficient in their everyday tasks. Earlier, all you needed was a basic computer, telephone and perhaps a fax machine to get through the items on your to-do list. Whereas now, this won’t give you the edge to make you more efficient and thus, you won’t be one step ahead of your competition.
The term Workflow is often an unknown in any organisation, big or small. Why is it an unknown? Or should we be asking ourselves, why aren’t organisations challenging this unknown?
It’s no secret that organisations are seeking to cut down on costs and what better and more effective way to do so than starting with the print environment.Read More
When choosing a print supplier, it is often easy to overlook the practicalities that might hinder the fit between what your business envisaged as a final solution, as opposed to what you might get after the fact. Typically, this happens when there are a few oversights in decision making pertaining to what your business wants as opposed to what your business needs. The understanding of your business’s drivers, is often more important before choosing the correct company to fulfil your needs in the print space.Read More
Topics: Managed Print Environments
Topics: Vendor Management
According to South African Law, everyone has the right to privacy (Section 14 of Constitution of South Africa, 1996). The right to privacy includes a right to protection against the unlawful collection, retention, dissemination and use of personal information. What does this mean in the World of Printing? It means pages printed with personal information need to be controlled, but how do you do this?Read More
Topics: POPI Act