Print still top of the class

Despite the march of tablets and computers into schools, the education sector remains a paper-heavy environment

21st August, 2016
Ben Connolly, sales manager at EMS Copiers

As one of Ireland’s major suppliers of copier and printer technology and services, EMS Copiers knows all about the changes in the printing marketplace, but despite the growth of on-screen digital media – an area in which EMS also operates – print remains central to education.

It’s not just about hardware, however. EMS starts with a print and copier audit, looking for ways to save money, and can then integrate new technologies into...

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