Monthly Archives: December 2010

Get the Jumper Cables, the Printer is Down–Again

Did you ever feel like doing this?  Sometimes the speed isn’t there.  Or you’ve had a jam. Or it just didn’t get the signal. So, before you apply the volts to your printer, take a look at what you have in place: How many printers do you have networked to how many computers? Do you […]


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Client Testimonial: Larry Harper of Jostens

Wanting to step up his marketing efforts in the student ring business, Larry Harper needed an office solution that worked. “The best way for us to engage our clients is with direct communication, ” Mr. Harper said.”We needed a way to customize our invoices with the actual pictures of the buyer’s purchase.  Internal printing resources […]


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The Best Color Copiers for Business

What are the best color copiers for business? are they xerox color copiers? are they Sharp color copiers? Expensive models, mid range, solid ink? Unfortunately there is no one product that is best for all businesses, with such a variety or products with features and price differing greatly small businesses and larger businesses may have […]


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Office Equipment and Taxes

It is that time of year to consider the tax implications of your office equipment.  As the year winds down, take a look back at what you’ve done and take a look forward to what you can still do before the year ends. As the year winds down consider increasing expenses.  Purchase items your business will […]


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Should You Lease or Buy Office Equipment?

There are a number of ways to purchase office equipment, including copiers and printers.  You can: Purchase outright. Finance a purchase. Rent. Lease. All have their advantages and disadvantages.  Whichever the case, consult your financial adviser (if you have one) before making any long-term decisions. Let’s explore each briefly: Purchasing outright means you have to […]


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