Experts predict that the remote work is no longer a trend. With up to a quarter of all remote jobs becoming permanent by the end of 2022 and work from home opportunities increasing into the following year, employees are getting used to the new freedom that often accompanies working from home. Lack of a lengthy commute, less money spent on business attire, and a new level of flexibility are strong points. And companies that choose a remote workforce see lowered real estate or rent costs and even increased productivity.
Paper is one of those essential business supplies that many don’t think about. It’s basically always there when needed and, if not, paper is pretty easy to acquire. Most businesses with a relatively high volume of printing would have paper delivered regularly or simply visit the local office supply shop in an emergency.
It’s no secret that a lot of industries are experiencing a technological revolution of sorts. Much of this has been brought about alongside the COVID-19 pandemic. Technology suddenly became a leading issue for many businesses as they grappled with a rapidly changing landscape.
Like any industry, legal firms are working hard to remain competitive in an ever-changing — and more demanding — marketplace. Choosing the right office technology can make the difference between firms that are stellar at satisfying clients; conducting better, faster, more accurate research, and creating bottom line results that matter — and those that fade away into obscurity.