The growing importance of MFP apps directly mirrors the growth in popularity of online storage/collaboration services such as Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive. That’s because MFPs are the perfect “bridge” between paper content and the digital realm most organizations need them in. Research conducted by Keypoint Intelligence-Buyers Lab into each MFP maker’s app portfolio

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If you think apps are something just for your phone and tablet, think again. Today’s “smart” MFPs (multifunction printers) feature embedded software platforms that can run downloaded apps to deliver functionality that stretches far beyond simple copying, printing, scanning, and faxing. So just as with a smartphone, an MFP can be custom-configured after purchase to

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Many schools rely heavily on paper for teaching students and handling administrative tasks. While paper may be associated with benefits around learning and information retention, in certain instances digital methods of communication and information storage may make more sense. This blog post will help schools determine whether digitization is worth pursuing in key areas. Prevalence

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An organization’s document imaging technologies can put a strain on people’s time while being a drain on the bottom line. This leads to two things businesses never want to hear: low return on investment, high total cost of ownership. And then there’s this: 82% of employees report that some of the printing they do at

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Printing can severely eat into a small business’s budget. With all the options available, how can businesses determine the cost of color printing and make the right printer choice? The technology: Inkjets and lasers Inkjet printers use liquid ink sprayed through microscopic nozzles onto the paper, while laser printers instead use toner cartridges with heated

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