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Office Equipment Terms You Wish You Knew But Were Afraid to Ask

Ever had a conversation with a co-worker or office equipment salesperson and they drop a term you know you should know, but don’t? Kind of awkward, right?

Granted, we all have Google, but in case you are looking for a single source for all of the buzz words commonly used in the office equipment world, here they are:

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Got an old copier laying around? What to do, what to do…

Before you let your employees take a baseball bat to it like the guys in Office Space, consider recycling it. In fact, a little unknown fact about copy machines is that many of them contain materials that can be extremely hazardous to the environment, so it’s good to know the proper way to dispose of one.

Electronic waste, or “e-waste” as it’s called, is one of the fastest growing kinds of...

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To Lease or Not To Lease - That Is The Question

Have you ever wondered if it’s better to buy or lease a copier? This is a question we hear most often from our customers, and the answer is not as cut and dry as you may think.

Historically, when copiers just performed the simple function of copying, about half of all business owners leased their equipment while the other half bought it outright.

Today, more customers are leasing to get a...

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More Things You Should Know About Xerox

When it comes to production printing equipment, Xerox remains a top brand with a loyal following, and for good reason.

In Part II of our Xerox series, we’re sharing the 10 reasons why Xerox is in a league of its own when it comes to production printing.

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Things You Didn’t Know About Chester Carlson and Xerox (But Should)

Are you the kind of person that thinks a tissue is a Kleenex, and a copy is a Xerox? Or the other way around? Any clue as to who Chester Carlton is? You should—you’re likely using his invention every day.

In the office equipment world, the name Xerox and the task of making a copy have long been synonymous; and with good reason. As the inventor of the plain paper copier in the 60s, Xerox was,...

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Is Your Copier Working For You? 12 Questions to Ask

Are you getting the most out of your office equipment? A lot of small businesses simply don’t know the answer to that question. With so many things to manage when equipping an office for operations, keeping up with how a device is actually serving its users is typically the last thing businesses think about, unless, of course, it’s not working or the lease is about to expire.

60% of features...

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Are You a Glutton for Printing Punishment?

You can’t help but notice how modern consumers are becoming increasingly reliant on technology to maintain their households. From groceries and pet food, to monthly staple items like toilet paper and paper towels — many consumers have relinquished the routine of schlepping these things to their homes.

I mean, we might be getting a great deal on those bulk paper towels, but let’s face it, no...

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Digitize Paper Documents to Transform Your Office Into an Automated Powerhouse

Business and organizations around the world rely on paper to store documents, but there’s a better way. Offices that digitize information with Xerox printers can improve their efficiency by automating processes and going paperless.

The Benefits of a Paperless Office

Paper-based processes are costly, lack security, and do not efficiently manage data. The new wave of office equipment enables...

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5 Things You Should Care About When Buying a Copier

When you’re looking to buy a new copier, it’s easy to get lost in the “speeds and feeds.”

If you look at enough choices across manufacturers, you’ll find your eyes glazing over as you shuffle through the PDFs and specs like send functionality, ppm speeds, RAM, paper supported, and the dozens of other features and functionality that vary slightly across model and manufacturers.

I’m not saying...

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The Xerox Healthcare Multifunction Printer Simplifies HIPAA Compliance

Since 1996, the Health Insurance Portability and Accounting Act has completely transformed the landscape of medical care in the United States. It defines the relationship between patients and healthcare entities by providing for:

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