Category Archives: Service

What UK Schools can Learn from Shelbyville

It might seem a long way away, but Shelbyville in the United States could well provide the template for many UK schools that want to find ways of reducing costs and leaving more in the budget for teaching and learning resources. Whilst the technology already exists for many schools and other educational establishments to not only reduce their running costs but also significantly cut their environmental impact, many are still not implementing the strategies that make a difference. In Shelbyville the school got together

5 Tips on Choosing Managed Print Services for Schools

One of the big areas where schools and colleges can drastically reduce their costs and cut down on wastage is with the amount they print. Moving to a managed print solution means that they can get a tailored approach which takes into account their current processes and how these can be improved to reduce costs. With print management systems such as Papercut, there is the real opportunity to take a fresh look at how an office runs and what printing

Why a Print Audit Consultancy Could Save Any Company a Fortune

Do you know how much your business spends on printing on a daily basis? We are not just talking about how much it costs you to buy in the materials, but the cost of delivery, re-ordering and electricity consumption too. Unfortunately too few print server administrations have a good idea of what is being printed, where, when and by whom, not to mention how much it is all costing.  If you are worried you are overspending on printing, why not

How the Technology of Photocopiers Has Changed in the Past 10 Years

If you have worked in an office for over a decade, it is likely that you will have seen many changes over the years. One of these changes is likely to involve photocopier technology. Over the last decade the technology of photocopiers has dramatically changed and in this article we aim to uncover some of the key differences.   New features In the past ten years photocopiers have adopted digital technology, replacing older analog technology. With this, they have also