For decades, offices have accumulated massive file cabinets and storage rooms full of boxes with paper documentation. Everything from employee forms to report data was printed out, labeled and filed away for later recollection. Nowadays, document management systems are critical for maintaining an organized filing system. Document management workflow software programs help your company exercise greater control over the files, forms and other documents your business uses on a daily basis. If your company has yet to move to such a system, now is a good time to learn the benefits it could bring to your organization.
2015 is quickly coming to a close. And at the end of a year, it is a common practice to take time and remember the year we’re leaving behind, and predict what is to come in the year ahead. While 2015 saw significant expansion in the use of smart “phones”, 3D printing gained some ground and cloud computing became a focus for businesses – what’s ahead in 2016?
Each new year brings new challenges for businesses, and that is particularly true of IT platforms and infrastructure. Technology advances rapidly, and in order for your business to keep up, it is important to devote resources to building and/or upgrading key platforms and systems. A recent study from Gartner offers valuable insight for CIOs with 2016 right around the corner.
When it comes to purchasing a new wide format digital printer for your business, there are a lot of options emerging in the marketplace. It has always been possible to simply buy a new device, but this approach can come with a bit of sticker shock for some businesses. Leasing a wide format printer provides an affordable alternative with the option to upgrade regularly. There is growing momentum for a new approach: cost-per-square-foot programs.