Newsletter Archive 2017
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The Future of Office Printing Is…
As much as companies today are working towards a “paperless” office, a recent study by InfoTrends indicates that office printing is here to stay for the foreseeable future. In surveying 750 general office workers in the US, the UK, Spain, and Brazil, InfoTrends discovered that 81 percent of respondents considered the printer the most important office tool—more than pens, staplers, or even computers!
Most printing today is done in “traditional” offices, such as business headquarters and branch offices. While 73 percent of survey respondents reported that they’re trying to rely less on printing, 80 percent of printed documents are required for the work to get done. Nearly half of the office workers surveyed print something every day, and 28 percent of that printed content is duplicate, printed in an effort to improve quality or replace a lost original.
While paper is still needed in the modern office, employees are witnessing a move to…
Spend Time to Save Time: Why Having a Plan Is Worth the Effort
Spend Time to Save Time: Why Having a Plan Is Worth the Effort If you can resist the temptation to jump into your next project, you’ll reap major benefits if you take even just a few minutes to develop a plan. Here’s why. A Plan Gives You Clarity Knowing and articulating what needs to be done helps you prepare for…
Keep Remote Employees Connected with the Cloud
Today’s workforce is more mobile and distributed than ever. Here are a few of the best ways to leverage the cloud to support your off-site employees. Collaboration – Dozens of powerful tools are available to enable your team to work together on projects despite being in…
Work-Life Balance Secrets from CEOs
1. Balance is Your Responsibility – “It is totally possible to have a balance and in fact it’s essential…It’s totally easy to become stale when you don’t have time to sit with family and friends. Treadmills do not make for good leaders and managers; stressed people do…
Why You Should Never Eat at Your Desk Again
You need to get out of your chair for your health – Studies show that sitting for too long can shorten your life span. It increases our risks of cardiovascular disease, cancer, type 2 Diabetes, and strokes. Spending all day at our desks can also lead to anxiety and depression.