Is A Printer With A Built-In Scanner A Better Choice Than A Photocopier?
Businesses of all shapes and sizes have to make smart decisions when it comes to buying equipment for the office. If you’re in need of something to help you scan and print documents, you might be wondering whether a printer with a built-in scanner a better choice than a photocopier.
Typically, photocopiers and multifunction printers provide similar support, although there are some subtle differences between the two, including size and range of features.
One of the biggest decisions you will need to make, however, is whether to buy or rent a printer with a built-in scanner or photocopier. In many cases photocopiers hire, printer hire and scanner hire can be a cost-effective and flexible alternative to buying the equipment outright.
In this blog post we look at the key differences between photocopiers and multifunction printers to help you decide which product is right for your business.
Have you thought about enhancing your B2B events by hiring a projector? Whether you want to have an experiential marketing event in a park or meet with clients in an outdoor setting, projector hire can transform an outdoor event into something truly special.
And for many businesses, projector hire is the best way to go about it. Think about it: if you buy a projector outright it can be expensive, you’re going to need somewhere to store it and you’re going to have to spend time cleaning and maintaining it.
But hiring a projector is a much cheaper option, you won’t spend any time looking after it, it won’t take up much-needed space and, perhaps best of all, you can hire one only when you need it.
But it’s not just a case of hiring the first projector you see and taking it to the park with you. There are a number of things to consider when deciding to hire a projector for outdoor use. Let’s take a look.
When you’re working away from the office it’s important to ensure that someone isn’t eavesdropping on your online activities.
If you were working in a cafe you wouldn’t let the person at the next table watch over your shoulder, but that’s exactly what you could be doing if you’re using public Wi-Fi without the protection of a Virtual Private Network.
Who’s to say that the wireless network is secure and someone isn’t secretly monitoring your internet traffic? Who’s to say that the network is even operated by the cafe, and not someone sitting in the corner generating a spoof Wi-Fi hotspot? It doesn’t matter whether you’re using the Wi-Fi in a cafe, library, hotel... Read More
Laptops come in all shapes and sizes so choose wisely when selecting a travel companion to help you stay productive on the road.
Rather than having your heart set on any particular make or model, the first step when choosing the right laptop is to decide what you’ll do with it.
Will your laptop spend more time in your carry bag than on your lap? Will you just be performing basic office tasks or do you need extra grunt at your disposal? Does the battery need to last all day? Once you can answer these questions it becomes much easier to find the right laptop for the job.
If portability is your highest priority then focus on size and weight, but keep in mind that sacrifices need to be made –... Read More
Hackers see small businesses as easy targets, but you can bolster your defences by enabling two-factor authentication on your online accounts.
Two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of security that can stop intruders breaking into your accounts, even if they know the password. With two-factor authentication enabled, access to your account relies on something you know – your login and password – and something you have.
The something you have can be a range of things. Often it’s your smartphone, with a single-use code sent to you as a text message. You need to enter both your password and the one-time code in order to access your account; just one isn’t enough. This locks out hackers unless they’re also holding your... Read More