It used to be that offices had copiers, fax machines, and printers. Copiers made copies. Fax machines sent faxes. Printers printed. Digital technology has changed all that. “Copiers” are no longer solely copiers, but machines that can do it all: copy, print, scan, fax, email, send to archive, and much more. So what’s A3? A3

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We all know it happens. Employees print personal documents at the office. Likely few managers have any idea how often this happens or if it’s a problem. Recent Keypoint Intelligence/InfoTrends research looked into this practice. When asked whether they print personal documents at the office, 78% of U.S. workers reported that they sometimes do. And

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Many businesses have adopted enterprise content management (ECM) and document management systems (DMS) to convert slow, inefficient, and expensive paper-based processes to digital form. But according to a Keypoint Intelligence/InfoTrends study, most incoming work documents (anywhere between 51 and 67 percent) are in paper form. Figure: Of all external business content that your company receives,

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On average, organizations are spending 24% of their IT budget on security technology and resources. Only about 2% of their budget is spent on securing their print infrastructure. As shown in the chart below, most companies are not enforcing user authentication on their printers or multifunction printers (MFPs). Nevertheless, user authentication is arguably the most

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There is little argument that color has value. Splashes of color draw reader’s attention to key points and conclusions. Color can make documents look more professional and thus more convincing or authoritative. There is little argument that a color bar chart is easier to view and accurately interpret than a monochrome or grayscale chart. Color

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