Newsletter Archive 2017
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Which Printer Is Best for You?
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.
When Inkjet is Your Best Bet
• Brilliant color — If you plan to print photos, images, or other graphic-intensive materials, inkjet will give you unparalleled color accuracy and vibrancy.
• Flexible application — Inkjets can produce great results on everything from photo paper to fabric and vinyl. If your business prints on diverse types of media, consider inkjet.
• Smaller footprint — In small businesses or cramped offices, space is at a premium. Fortunately,…
Gift-Giving Tips for Your Clients and Vendors
Gift-giving is an opportunity to show your appreciation for those you work with and set the tone for the coming year. Implement the following tips to make sure your gesture is well-received (and legal!). Remind yourself why you’re giving. Empty gestures have a way of…
A Disaster Doesn’t Have to Put Your Company Out of Business
From email and files to mobile devices and databases, business data is spread out and vulnerable. That’s why it’s more important than ever to have a plan for when disaster strikes. Don’t be a statistic—be ready. Here’s how: Not “If” but “When” — No one is immune to…
Don’t Let Email Overload Sabotage Your Productivity
Our inboxes inundate us, and the volume of email we are required to manage is negatively impacting our productivity. Follow these simple tips to prevent your emails from overloading you. Recognize what’s important. Most of the email you receive is bulk or junk mail;…
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.