The legal industry has always brought its own unique challenges, but legal IT adds a whole new layer of complexity to the field.
Every business, no matter how large or small, typically handles myriad documents in the course of the day. Invoices, hiring paperwork, receipts, and customer information all must be handled correctly for promote both high productivity and data safety. Specifically, managing documents is a crucial task that is best accomplished when information can be digitized for easier and safer access. Benefits of using a document management solution that relies on digital documents include:
Whether you are working remotely for your employer or are self-employed and running your business out of a home office, you will want to have the right tools to avoid productivity slumps and other roadblocks that can impair performance and hinder success. Of all the equipment from which to choose the two most important are your computer and printer. This article will help you weed through the many printer choices to find the right printer for your specific home office needs.
Regardless of the type of business you run, keeping control of necessary information is the key to business success. For small businesses, this can be even more critical as many do not have the time or resources to waste searching for lost or misfiled data. What’s even worse is that data breaches have caused 58% of small businesses to lose time and/or money, with many paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to recover lost data.
By 2024, the hybrid workplace is predicted to be the dominant work environment model, with more than half of all work being performed by remote staff. Despite this, it seems that 72% of companies lack a solid strategy and 76% don’t have key performance indicators that support the implementation of hybrid work models. However, digitally transformative technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) among others are assisting companies in moving their workforce forward into hybrid environments.
The ongoing pandemic has brought with it widespread disruption. Companies are adjusting to a “new normal” that consists not only of remote or hybrid work environments, but an increase in digitization. Alongside this evolution of a more digital presence for businesses and organizations comes the inherent threat of cyberattack. As more information is transformed into digital form, data miners and hackers are using increasingly sophisticated techniques to access it.
The ongoing pandemic has caused many businesses shift operations to include remote or hybrid workspaces and learn to reach consumers through marketing in new ways. However, print marketing remains a powerful strategy to position a business for competitive success.
Whether your company is marketing direct to consumers or to other businesses, creativity is the name of the game when it comes to marketing. And, with businesses still struggling to bounce back from the pandemic and adjust to the disruption brought with it, smart marketing is more important than ever. Many markets are saturated and businesses are continuing to pivot to new strategies to boost sales and revenue.
Laser printers are undoubtedly the workhorses of the business world. With their long life spans, higher speed outputs, and less need for refilling, they have outpaced inkjet printers. However, LED printers are a category of printer also differentiated from the ubiquitous inkjet, but less widely known. Both laser printers and LED printers can print documents in both black and white and in color and can handle crisp text and color graphics. So what is the defining difference between the two and which is best for your business application?