Monthly Archives: September 2010

Printer & Copier Terminology

There are lots of terms being used in relation to your printers and copiers that need some clarification. In this post we cover a few that need to be spelled out and put into context. We will cover more and a diverse list in future posts. ADH.  Automatic document handler; a critical part of the […]


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Multifunction office machines

They are known by many names: all-in-ones, fax-copiers, multis.  But at the heart of it they are all the same: one office machine that does it all.  Facsimile transmission, copies, printer, scanner.  Great thing to have all in one place, right? Well, there are pluses and minuses.  First the pluses: One machine with one footprint. […]


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Printer and Copier Security Systems

The times have changed quite a bit since you had to use an auditron key to access the office copier back in the 80s. You remember those clunky things?  A gray box about the size of today’s average smart phone with a set of plug-in contacts on one end and a spinning, odometer-type counter on […]


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Protecting Your Investment in Office Equipment

You’ve made a significant investment in your office–furniture, computers, networks, servers, phones….and printers. What will you do if–make that when–a repair or other issue comes up with any or all of these systems? The best option is the preventive one: buy a new, well-reviewed machine from a reputable dealer with a service contract.  That way […]


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