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6 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Office Printer

Posted by Glenn Gibson December 5, 2017 at 7:03 AM

What do you use your office printer for – to print, scan or copy? Most likely you answered yes to at least one of those three things. What if we asked you if you were using its automated workflows, state-of-the-art security and mobile support capabilities – would you say yes to any of those features? Chances are, you probably wouldn’t. According to our 2016 Fuji Xerox Printers Consumer Insights Survey, one third of people cannot confidently use all of the features on their office printers. That’s not surprising, considering 70 per cent of office employees haven’t been trained to use their office device. If you’ve been overlooking how your multifunction device can help improve the bottom line of your small business, it’s never too late to learn about its incredible capabilities. In this blog, we are going to give you some of our top tips for getting the most out of your office printer and tell you about some of the things you probably didn’t know your printer could do. 

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Topics: Office Printing, Mobile Printing, Green Printing, Printing Costs, Secure Printing, Office Productivity

The Business Benefits of Digitising Your Data

Posted by Glenn Gibson September 5, 2017 at 7:01 AM

Is your office full of papers, folders and overflowing filing cabinets? If you need to find an important printed document for a meeting, would you be able to source its location in a reasonable timeframe? Or would you spend 20 minutes searching for it amongst the rest of the papers all over your office? Or even worse still, if you can’t find the document at all?  Murphy’s Law usually mandates that the document you can’t find is the one you need most of all. The fact of the matter is, while some documents do need to be printed and stored, most can be digitised, which has some great advantages for your business. Not only does digitising your data reduce costs and save you time, you’ll also regain much-needed office space - after all a cluttered office is a less productive office.

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Topics: Scanner, Office Productivity, Digitising Data

The importance of decluttering your office to improve productivity

Posted by Michelle Rochford August 29, 2017 at 7:02 AM

  

Did you know that office clutter can really affect the way you work? Excess things in your immediate environment can have a negative impact on your ability to focus and process information. This is what neuroscientists at Princeton University found out when they studied how people performed different takes in an organised versus disorganised environment. The study also showed that clutter in your surroundings essentially competes for your attention, which results in reduced performance and increased stress. 

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Topics: Office Printing, Office Productivity

Scanning Solutions to Help SMEs Better Manage Their Documents and Workflows

Posted by Glenn Gibson July 18, 2017 at 7:01 AM

 

Does your small business have trouble balancing physical, paper documents with the dream of going paperless? Although both physical documents and the age of digital documents have their own pros and cons, one of the biggest issues small businesses face is knowing how to easily connect the two. We’re here to let you in on a little secret: there is a simple solution!

Want to know what it is? By utilising an office scanner, you can help your small business save both money and time while also bridging the gap between physical documents and digital files. In this blog, we’re going to show you how scanning can help your small business better manage your documents and workflows. 

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Topics: Scanner, Productivity, Office Productivity

How to Find the Right Printer to Improve Staff Productivity

Posted by Glenn Gibson July 4, 2017 at 7:01 AM

 

According to Fuji Xerox’s 2016 Consumer Insights Survey, 94.3% of respondents use a printer in their office. While this figure isn’t exactly shocking, it does highlight that despite the advanced technological world we live in, the humble (or these days, the not-so-humble) printer still plays an important role in the day-to-day running of SMEs in Australia. Since 1938, when the first computer printer was invented, the printer has gone from a device that merely prints, to one that can copy, fax, scan, email and print securely and safely, use Wi-Fi and so much more. The printer is definitely not what it used to be and it has steadfastly remained a vital component in the everyday running of businesses around the globe.  In this article, we are going to discuss how finding the right printer for your workplace can greatly improve staff productivity for a more efficient and profitable business.

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Topics: Smart@Work, Productivity, Office Productivity, mps

Innovations That Help Small Business Improve Productivity

Posted by Glenn Gibson June 20, 2017 at 7:03 AM

The world of computer technology is constantly advancing, and it can be difficult for small businesses to stay competitive without forking out a whole lot of money. Sophisticated computer software was invented to streamline and automate business processes, but for many, it’s remained out of reach thanks to the price. To use these advanced computer solutions, you’d have to pay high up-front costs, as well as annual fees, which left many small businesses unable to compete with larger corporations who could afford such technology.

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Topics: Office Productivity

An efficient office requires a fast printer that can keep up with your demands

Posted by Glenn Gibson May 23, 2017 at 7:01 AM

 

The way you run your office says a lot about your business. If your office is messy and disorganised, chances are your business will be disorganised too. If you run a tip-top, organised and efficient office, well, safe to say your business probably operates in the same manner. This isn’t a blanket rule; of course some types of businesses thrive on a messy or ‘creative’ office and just because your office runs smoothly doesn’t mean your business will. Yet, it stands to reason that an efficiently run office sets your business up for its best chance of success. 

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Topics: Office Printing, Office Productivity

How Digitising Your Documents Will Save You Time, Money And Space

Posted by Glenn Gibson February 7, 2017 at 7:02 AM

Some businesses have shoeboxes. Others having filing cabinets. And some may have large cavernous rooms in the basement of their buildings or offsite storage sheds where documents go to die. 

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Topics: Scanner, Office Productivity

4 Reasons Your Medical Practice Will Love The DocuPrint P365 Printer

Posted by Glenn Gibson December 6, 2016 at 7:01 AM

 

Australia’s medical industry is one of the country’s most high-pressure and highly scrutinised sectors. It’s an environment where time is of the essence, and where access to timely, accurate information can help medical professionals assist people in their times of need — and potentially avert a disaster. 

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Topics: Productivity, Office Productivity, DocuPrint P365

How SMEs Can Simplify Document Processes and Boost Admin Productivity

Posted by Andrew Lynch October 18, 2016 at 7:02 AM

You may think that when employing semi-permanent, part time or casual staff, it will be more cost effective than running an office packed with full-time employees. This is partly true: it requires less paperwork and reduces HR overheads, and perhaps you can save some money with a smaller office space.

But employing semi-permanent or casual staff has its own set of operational and productivity challenges. Medical or dental practices, real estate agencies or child care facilities that see constant churn in their administrative staff have to constantly re-train new employees on their processes, and this can be a problem if processes are highly complex.

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Topics: mobility, Smart@Work, Office Productivity, 315 Series

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