Saturday May 30, 2020

Ending the paper chase

Outsourcing document and print functions to a third-party managed service provider provides security, as well as the operational certainly of a regular, monthly spend. And then there’s the GDPR. But new technologies are also driving managed print services

5th May, 2019

Really, who wants to look after printers? From network problems to paper jams, not to mention the cost of consumables, managed print just makes life easier for everyone in a business. Of course, managed print is nothing new in the enterprise, but it does continue to deliver.

“People are on to their second or third contract at this point. The market has matured,” said Patrick Kickham, director of Datapac.

Managed print services, though,...

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