If you're new to the term Managed Print Services (MPS), you might think that an MPS provider fixes your devices when they go down and manages toner and supplies. The truth is an MPS provider does perform those services, but an MPS solution offers so much more!
Running a business means keeping a lot of balls in the air! From sales and marketing to running the office and managing your print environment, it seems like there's always something taking your focus away from your primary goal... growing your business!
Today, as choosing, managing, and maintaining technology has become much more complex and confusing, Managed Print Services (MPS) has grown in prominence. MPS is no longer only reserved for major corporations - businesses of every size can benefit! MPS can save you time, money, and resources, helping you to run your business more sustainably.
Almost every business relies on its printers as part of its day-to-day operation. Managing your print environment, including maintenance, repairs, network connectivity, security, upgrades, and more, is time-consuming, costly, and burdensome for your in-house IT team.
For state, local and tribal governments, technology is a major element of their day-to-day existence. Yet, many are using outdated technology, for no other reason than “if it's not broken, don't fix it.”
From K12 to higher education, students learn best in environments that foster engagement, interaction, and creativity. Effective tech integration in the classroom can change student-teacher dynamics and encourage student-centered learning.
Every teacher faces the challenges of effective time management in the classroom, every single day! With so many subjects and so little time, teachers work hard to develop and find ways to make the most of their hours together with students.
In March of 2021, the American Rescue Plan Act was signed into law. This was the first pandemic-related stimulus-response bill passed since the CARES Act in March 2020 at the start of the pandemic. The ARP provided $350 billion in direct federal funding to state, local, and tribal governments to help navigate the impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Whether they are present in the classroom or logging on from home, it's challenging to keep students engaged in schoolwork. Often concentration on the lesson, IS the lesson!
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States initiated several economic stimulus programs to help businesses make it through the lockdowns and mandatory closures. One program, The American Rescue Plan (ARP), provided $350 billion to states, localities, and tribal governments to help navigate the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.