RICOH Pro C9200 Graphic Arts Edition offers printers a competitive edge with speeds up to 135 pages per minute on stocks up to 49 inches long and 470 gsm
Sometimes it's nice to get away from your desk, take a leisurely drive to the bank, wait in line for a teller, and deposit your company's checks, then drive back to the office and catch up on what you missed while at the bank... It's not a problem if you get a couple checks in per week, but if you need to make deposits daily, that eats up a lot of work time! It's made worse by the fact that bank hours are our business hours too.
Storing paper documents takes up a lot of valuable office space which could be used to expand offices and increase production. In extreme cases, paper can even pose a hazard like the backlog of files at one VA Center in North Carolina, where files were so heavy they were causing floors to bow. The report also pointed out that files (37,000 of them!) stacked on top of filing cabinets posed a hazard to workers, exposed important information to risk of damage and loss, and hindered productivity by making files difficult to locate.
We're going beyond the spec sheets to find product differences that truly stand out; breaking down performance so you can find the very best machine for your organization. This time, it's Multi-Function Printers: the Ricoh 501SPF and the Xerox WC 4265. Both great machines on paper, but who stack up the best?
Sharp just announced the expansion of its award-winning AQUOS BOARD interactive display line for smaller spaces!
Next-generation interactive digital displays are offering new features, enhanced total cost of ownership (TCO), and seamless integration into the existing technology platforms in your meeting room or classroom. Here’s how to evaluate the new interactive displays and decide if they are right for your organization.
We're going beyond the spec sheets to find product differences that truly stand out; breaking down performance so you can find the very best machine for your organization. First up, B/W MFP's: the Ricoh 402SPF and the Lexmark MX511. Both great machines on paper, but who stack up the best?