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Use less ink by cleaning up web printouts

August 12, 2010 by Sam Narisi

Here’s a way you and your company’s users can use less ink when printing from websites. More…

Feds look to cut printing costs: 3 steps you can take, too

June 30, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

The idea of saving money through better management of printing assets is catching on — it’s even reached the bureaucrats in the U.S. government. More…

Saving ink: Font matters

April 9, 2010 by Sam Narisi

We recently reported on a story about a college that changed the default font in its e-mail system to save ink when students print messages. Here’s a study that backs up the school’s decision. More…

Simple change saves a lot of toner

March 31, 2010 by Sam Narisi

Here’s one piece of advice that can help your organization cut down on toner use: More…

More law firms charging for document services

January 25, 2010 by Steve Hannaford

Changes in document management practices are having an impact on a lot of business areas. More…

A gradual approach to document scanning

January 20, 2010 by Sam Narisi

Possibly the most daunting aspect of implementing a document management system: converting paper documents to electronic files. More…

E-waste piling up: Is it really getting recycled?

December 22, 2009 by Sam Narisi

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The mountain of e-waste is reaching Everest proportions. And businesses trying to recycle face some tough obstacles. More…

Who’s listening to your employees’ cell phone calls?

December 15, 2009 by Steve Hannaford


In recent years, cell phones (including iPhone and Blackberries) have become as big a business tool as the laptop and the copier, but such devices are even more vulnerable to industrial espionage. More…

Study: Feds’ paperless push a waste

December 14, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Is going paperless worth it when it won’t save any actual money? More…

Crunch-time solution for Windows 7 driver troubles

December 8, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Folks unable to use their old printers after upgrading to Windows 7 could find a solution with one of the new OS’s features: More…

Make equipment contracts work for you: 4 tips

December 8, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Tough economic times do have one upside for businesses: More…

Windows 7: My #@$%* printer won’t work

November 25, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Users of several printer brands have run into problems after updating to the new version of Windows. Help is on the way — but only for some. More…

Apple releases new printer drivers

November 24, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Users of Apple’s Snow Leopard should check this list if they’ve been having trouble getting an old printer to work properly on the new OS. More…

One way to control the costs of color

November 20, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Let’s face it: Businesses can’t completely eliminate expensive color printing. But there is a strategy that can make sure it’s only used when it’s good for the company: More…

Experts: Don’t trust Web-based e-mail

November 19, 2009 by Sam Narisi

In this economy, Web-based e-mail isn’t just popular with consumers — some small businesses are taking advantage of those resources as well. More…

Printer driver woes with Windows 7 and Snow Leopard

November 10, 2009 by Steve Hannaford

Two ballyhooed new versions of the leading operating systems from Microsoft and Apple have led to one inevitable peril of upgrading — broken printer drivers. More…

Video: The ultimate in hard drive security

November 9, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Yeah, yeah! Paper shredders are very important. But what about a hard disk shredder? More…

Most businesses don’t know what they spend on printing

October 28, 2009 by Sam Narisi

What’s the first step toward cutting the costs of printing? More…

3 reasons to consider scan-to-text now

October 26, 2009 by Sam Narisi

In the past decade, Optical Character Recognition has gone from being an expensive curiosity to a no-brainer, something included in the box with every ink jet multifunctional. More…

Will Obama steal your employees?

October 20, 2009 by Sam Narisi

In today’s economy, not many companies are worried about a talent shortage. But some experts say it’s time to start preparing for one. More…

Where are potential energy savings hiding?

October 16, 2009 by Sam Narisi

When it comes to reducing energy costs, are you looking in the right places? Probably not, says recent research. More…

Alternative to e-mail hosting: IBM uveils new solution

October 14, 2009 by Valerie Helmbreck

IT managers tired of hosting their own e-mail servers, but worried about recent problems with Web mail services like Google’s, may be interested in a new alternative. More…

Bit rot: The new problem threatening companies’ archives

October 6, 2009 by Steve Hannaford


When DVDs came on the market in the mid-1990s, it wasn’t just the movie fans that were happy — IT pros thought they’d been given a great data storage medium. But are DVDs really suitable for storing information long-term? More…

Simple step could save billions in energy

October 6, 2009 by Sam Narisi

What’s the step businesses can take that could have the biggest impact on energy costs? Hint: It’s also one of the easiest. More…

6 ways to avoid paper jams

October 2, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Nothing hurts office productivity quite like a paper jam. Here are some tips you can share with users that will help keep their printers running smoothly: More…

One more reason to reduce paper use

September 30, 2009 by Sam Narisi

When you hear about why offices should cut down on printing, the talk usually revolves around the cost of paper and ink/toner. But there’s something else to keep in mind: More…

5 green ideas you can steal from the Post Office

September 29, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Your company probably isn’t as big as the U.S. Postal Service, an organization that generated nearly 500,000 tons of waste in 2008. But that doesn’t mean you can’t follow its green, cost-cutting example. More…

Swine flu increases calls for telecommuting

September 22, 2009 by Sam Narisi

As employees worry about a swine flu outbreak, companies wonder how they can help people stay safe while keeping the business running. IT can help. More…

Success story: Agency drowning in paper gets above water

September 18, 2009 by Steve Hannaford

This agency’s employees were wasting a lot of time sorting through 50 years’ worth of paper documents. How’d it escape from the overload? More…

Small businesses neglecting big tech savings

September 14, 2009 by Sam Narisi

Most small businesses seem to be ignoring one simple way to cut their energy bill: More…



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