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The multifunction printer (MFP) is an invaluable solution for so many businesses, providing an impressive one-two punch of:
Big Savings – By replacing multiple devices with one MFP your company will realize savings in the form of:
Modern multifunction printers (MFPs) are equipped with internal hard drives, just like a computer. These hard drives capture and store the information from all of the documents that they process. Oftentimes, this information is sensitive data that could be a liability should it fall into the wrong hands. As is the case with computers, your printers are vulnerable to attacks from hackers once they are networked.
You’ve decided it’s time for a new office printer. Before you begin looking, take time to consider your office environment and your staff's needs to help ensure you select the right device.
Having a clear understanding of what you expect from a printer and what type of work you will be doing with it will help you decide the type of device that best suits your needs. Are you only going to print documents to be used in-house, or will you produce high-quality documents to be shared with clients and prospects? How about the approximate volume of your outputs and number of employees using your new machine? Consider whether you need a device that simply prints, or if you would benefit from a multifunction printer (MFP), an all-in-one device that includes scanning, copying, printing, and faxing functionalities.
Today’s printer technology is remarkable, but the number of options available, increasingly affordable prices, and industry terminology can make choosing the right printer for your office a challenge. However, understanding exactly how you intend to use your printer will make your decision much easier. If you’ll soon be adding a printer to your fleet, the following can help you decide which is best for your business.
Multifunction printers, or MFPs, offer big rewards in a relatively small package. The minimal footprint of an all-in-one machine eliminates the need for separate standalone printers, copiers, scanners, and fax machines, saving your business space and money. Consider these factors before your next MFP purchase or lease:
Printing – When choosing an MFP for your business, it’s important to survey your current print outputs and volume needs. Depending on individual makes and model types, MFPs can print up to thousands of pages per day on diverse media—like letterhead, thick cardstock, envelopes, and labels—while other devices are more limited in terms of output and paper handling.
MFPs are a beautiful thing. They can do all kinds of fabulous tasks for your office. They provide one convenient and efficient place where you can print, scan, copy, and fax to your heart’s content. In short, MFPs make your job easier.
But, it’s important to mitigate the environmental impacts of these machines and look for ways that can both reduce your office’s carbon footprint, and your power bill.
So, in celebration of Earth Day– it’s April 22nd in case you were wondering – we’ve come up with some tips and suggestions to reduce your MFP’s environmental impact and save you money in the process.
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