Business Technology Insights

Is your small business in the market for a new printer? If so, you may be wondering whether you should buy the machine outright, or if it’s a better business decision to lease your printer.

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Printers have a lot of moving parts. That means more often or not, there will come a time when your business printer needs a bit of repair or maintenance.

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When it comes to successfully operating a business, communication is key. Whether it is internally collaborating with your team or answering questions from your customers, a phone system is critical to most organizations. 

But what phone solution is best for your business? Should you invest in a VoIP phone system or a traditional analog landline?

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Label printers are versatile machines that print on self-adhesive materials. Entry level label makers print text and icons on label tap ranging from 3.5 mm to 36 mm. But more advanced label makers can print on larger materials as well as those that are not self-adhesive, such as cardstock.

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Data is the lifeblood of most modern businesses. Just think about the time you spend collecting information, creating documents and generating data. If this information were to go missing, it would heavily disrupt your business operations and would potentially take a lot of time to recreate. 

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Whether you are setting up a new office or upgrading your existing office equipment, choosing the right office photocopier is not only important to ensure the smooth operation of your business but it’s also important for your budget. 

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We’re in the digital era, and it represents a huge opportunity for small and medium-sized businesses. Digital tools can improve business performance, create more satisfied teams and ensure ongoing competitiveness.

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When looking for a printer for your business, you will likely come across two types of printers – a laser printer and an inkjet. Laser printers use a laser to add copy to paper, while an inkjet printer produces copies by spraying ink onto the paper.

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Since the COVID-19 pandemic, remote work has become hugely popular for businesses in Ontario and across the world. In fact, in March 2021 around five million Canadian employees were working remotely - accounting for over 30 percent of the Canadian workforce.

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The pandemic showed us how important adaptability is for individuals and businesses alike. The resulting adoption of remote work models, new communication methods and flexible ways of working has increased the adoption of new digital technologies in the business world.

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