The aftermath of COVID-19 has wrought big changes in the way we do business. For the foreseeable future, up to 86% of businesses state that remote work conditions will continue even after the pandemic runs its course.
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In 2020, the novel coronavirus COVID-19 completely disrupted all aspects of life, including education.
2020 has been a tough year for businesses, especially SMBs. Small- to medium-sized businesses already grapple with limited resources and tight budgets. With the recent economic shutdowns due to the novel coronavirus, such limitations may have been magnified 10fold.
Phil Houser, Founder and CEO of DSI (previously Document Solutions Inc.) is interviewed by Gene Dow on Good Morning Artesia. Phil discusses the evolution and diversification of DSI and the extensive new services we provide, especially during this pandemic. Interview includes demo of our GoSafe innovative thermal and mask detection technology.
Printing is one of the largest expenses faced by businesses in El Paso, New Mexico, behind only payroll and facility costs. Studies show that printing costs typically range between 1-3% of the total revenue. Still, less than half of all enterprises track printing costs or even have a good understanding of their total printing costs.
How businesses configure and use printers have changed over the last two decades. Today, most printers are easy to set up and no longer require complex port assignments or specialty cables to operate. Modern printers and multifunction devices can now connect to networks, which makes them discoverable to other devices. Although this makes it very convenient for offices, it could also pose a risk to operations.