Spring Cleaning 101: Tips on Recycling Used Printer Parts & Ink

Spring has finally sprung, and if you’ve been bitten by the spring cleaning bug, you are probably looking all around your home and office for things that need to be tidied up. Some projects are obvious. Cleaning gutters, scrubbing your baseboards, and deep cleaning your fridge and freezer are all great tasks to tackle in the spring. And, at work, now is a good time to tackle your disorganized email inbox, neaten up your work area, and organize the supply closet. Continue reading “Spring Cleaning 101: Tips on Recycling Used Printer Parts & Ink”

The Technology Behind Developing Printer Ink

You probably use your printer almost every day, but have you ever given much thought to how it works? Modern printers are pretty remarkable devices that are capable of performing a multitude of tasks and generating output that rivals the quality produced by commercial print shops. Even the ink that we put in our printers is quite remarkable. Over the course of the past few decades, printer ink has undergone numerous changes and has become quite technologically advanced. Let’s take a closer look at the technology behind developing printer ink. Continue reading “The Technology Behind Developing Printer Ink”

Tips on Picking the Perfect Printer for Your Office

Whether you are the owner of a small business or you have been designated as the person in charge of buying a new printer for the office, finding the right one is important. You likely have a budget in mind, and you want to get the best model for your money. You also need to be sure that the printer you purchase performs the functions you need and delivers quality that meets your expectations. Continue reading “Tips on Picking the Perfect Printer for Your Office”

Security at the Office: 8 Ways to Ensure Sensitive Information Doesn’t Leave the Workplace

For businesses, keeping things like passwords, personal information, financial records, etc. safe is a top concern. In addition to keeping this sensitive information safe from outsiders, it is also important to take steps to ensure that employees aren’t accidentally (or intentionally) sharing it with others. Regardless of what industry you are in, you undoubtedly have information that you do not want to leave your office. Here are a few tips for keeping sensitive information safe. Continue reading “Security at the Office: 8 Ways to Ensure Sensitive Information Doesn’t Leave the Workplace”

8 Tools to Help You Communicate and Collaborate Easier at the Office

If you feel like you and your employees waste too much time on things like sending emails, working out projects, and updating each other on progress, you certainly are not alone. While sending an email may only take a few minutes, it is easy to waste hours emailing back and forth about a project. It can also be extremely difficult just to get everyone on the same page. And when that happens, you will likely find yourself devoting a lot of time to briefing your team on progress and goals. Continue reading “8 Tools to Help You Communicate and Collaborate Easier at the Office”

7 Ways to Reuse and Recycle Printer Paper

You probably already know that there are a lot of great programs that allow you to recycle printer toner and printer ink cartridges, but what about printer paper? If your office has a recycling program, loose sheets of paper can just be tossed in the bin. It can be a bit tricky, though, if your office uses colored paper. White paper is easy to recycle, but brightly colored pages can ruin entire batches during the recycling process. Continue reading “7 Ways to Reuse and Recycle Printer Paper”

Printing 101: The Difference Between Toner and Inkjet Cartridges

Modern technology has made turning digital files into tangible documents very easy. Printers are more affordable than ever before but choosing the right one isn’t always easy. In addition to paying attention to the upfront cost, you also need to factor in the cost of consumables. Modern printers use one of two types of consumable material–toner and inkjet cartridges. Ink is the liquid that is used in inkjet printers while toner is a powdered material that is used in laser printers. Continue reading “Printing 101: The Difference Between Toner and Inkjet Cartridges”

10 Thought-Provoking Interview Questions to Ask Candidates

The process of interviewing and hiring employees differs from company to company. For companies who are looking to fill a very important role, interviews can take weeks, months, and even years to complete. The more important and integral the role to be filled, the more important it will be to find the perfect person. That often means multiple interviews of the same people to cut down the list and find the candidate with the skills best suited to the company. Continue reading “10 Thought-Provoking Interview Questions to Ask Candidates”

10 Wildest Cyber-Attacks of 2017

Every year we hope that cyber-attacks will not worsen, and we’ll finally have figured out the formula for stopping them. However, it seems that the problem only continues to be a huge issue for online databases all over the world. Regardless of whether you’re talking about a business in the Fortune 500, a small start-up down the street, or a personal e-mail, every single day accounts and information are being stolen, leaked, and held captive. Continue reading “10 Wildest Cyber-Attacks of 2017”