Can we ever understand the true cost of downtime in an organisation? The only way to do this is to get a grip on what downtime really costs. The first step is to define what “downtime” means, which is “system unavailability”. Even if an application is “up and running”, it is still considered downtime if the application can’t be used.
As with any kind of asset investment, it is worth it to take the time to consider whether buying or leasing a printer is the best option.
Every year, tons of paper is used in workplaces all over the world, in both large and small offices. Many of these offices have actively taken up recycling, but even though it is an inexpensive and environmentally conscious option, a much more cost-effective strategy is to reduce daily paper consumption.
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.
Like anything, print devices have a life span and depreciates over time. The performance consequently gets worse as the device ages. It is therefore important to address the situation promptly so that you are not relying on a machine that offers suboptimal performance.
It is a universal truth that printing can become a very costly expense if it is not closely managed. Looking at a school environment, printing cannot be done away with as printing plays a critical role in the education environment. As technology evolves, educational institutions are challenged to keep up with the latest trends and they must do so with a limited budget.
For most end users, there is a lack of understanding on the difference between Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) cartridges and Aftermarket cartridges. What are the differences between them? This blog will assist you in understanding more about the differences in how these cartridges are manufactured.
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