The average office worker in the USA uses 10,000 sheets of paper, every year. In order to conserve paper, save money, and move into a more modern culture, many offices are switching over to paperless policies. They eliminate the use of paper and printing by moving everything into a digital space, where their team members can access documents via a computer or mobile device. Whatever platform they choose to operate in, files are viewed on screens more than paper. However, is it possible that print is actually sustainable?
Since we sell printers to multiple offices across the Philippines, we wanted to get a better handle of our impact on the environment. As it turns out, print can be sustainable, but our end users must be responsible about it. Surprised? We were too, but here are the facts to prove it.
In addition to the facts above, paper is easily recyclable and highly biodegradable. It’s important for your office to do its part in recycling paper and making sure you purchase from responsible brands.
Many organizations simply can’t afford to simply stop work for 2-3 weeks out of the year, but flex work, where employees can simply choose to work from home on most days, is often a happy middle ground.
The typical office printing environment can get messy, and messy is costly. Managed print services (MPS) is defined as the outsourced management of business risks associated with large volume printing within companies that have scaled their business. MPS enables businesses to gain visibility and control over their printing environment, which cuts overhead costs and improves […]
Your competitors are using technology to increase their sales, equip their team, and gain an industry advantage. Take a look at these audio-visual technology trends to see how they can be applied to your own business success. Lamp-less projectors: These use LED lights, reducing waste by lasting longer than their typical projector lamp counterparts. They’re […]