Central to the efficient running of any organisation is documentation management, but this has long since moved away from the arranging of paper documentation to the digital realm. Here are some interesting trends emerging in document management for 2019.
Document scanning – or document imaging as it’s also known - is essentially digitising all paper documentation by scanning copies directly onto the computer network or storage device. Here are some of the (many) benefits of document scanning.
Investing in any asset for your office requires consideration of all pros and cons, and when there’s the option to either buy or rent, then there’s even more to take into account. Many office suppliers will rent printers and copiers to companies for a monthly fee, but there are contractual commitments included.
If you’re able to hire someone who can perform the duties of four people, saving on space and costs, then you would most likely jump at the chance. The multifunction printer is the office equipment equivalent – one device that has the functionality of a printer, copier, scanner and fax all in one beautiful machine.
With any specialised service, there are always going to be rumours and assumptions – often completely unfounded – about the various costs, implementation, outcomes. Managed Print Services are no exception.
The AW-UE150 provides images with a smooth and natural look thanks to its 60p/50p sensor, making it well suited to scenes featuring fast movements and high-end applications in broadcast, corporate, education, rental and staging.