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Insights

Based on our experience we have produced a range of white papers and articles that explore some of the main issues facing organisations on their digital transformation journey.

Insights

Based on our experience we have produced a range of white papers and articles that explore some of the main issues facing organisations on their digital transformation journey.

New Service Model - Article front page image

A 'new' service model for office printing

Most organisations still deliver office print via a 4 or 5 year contract with a supplier that provides the full service i.e. printers, operational services and print software.  Every 5 years the whole service is replaced, new devices, new software and new services Out with the old, in with the new.

NHS Paperless Jigsaw - Article front page image

Is printing the forgotten piece of the NHS paperless jigsaw?

Currently one of the main focus areas in the NHS is the move to a paperless environment. Many Trusts are already well advanced and have moved to paper-lite environments, however, the push is now on to speed up the move to a fully paperless environment.

MFD Security - Article front page image

MFD security isn't just encryption and overwrite

Securing the office print devices (MFDs and printers) is more than just encrypted hard disks and data overwrite.

Paper Elephant - Article front page image

The paper elephant in the room

In most cases both suppliers and the customers dont ask a very simple question why do staff need to print?’ It isn’t printers that decide whether to print it’s the users, so why focus on the outputand not the inputs?

Value of Independence - Article front page image

The value of independence

True independence can only be achieved when the supplier of the print assessment and design is not linked in any way, or motivated by, the supply of the proposed solution; this is ‘outcome independence’.

Last MPS? - Article front page image

Is your current MPS your last?

Many organisations are part way through an outsourced Managed Print Service (MPS) engaement, but where is it taking them?We would argue that the MPS should take them to a place where they no longer need it.