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Department of Homeland Security

Stand-Alone Printer Reduction

Eliminate personal printers at each and every desk and standardize on a few networked models where PII concerns are not an issue. This will reduce the number of different toner cartridges you have to buy and reduce the number of devices you need to lifecycle. If a networed printer is within 50-100 ft of you that's close enough. We did this in my last commercial job and saved a good amount of money on consumables,... more »

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Department of Veterans Affairs

Reduce Printers

Reduce number of printers.Purchase multi-feature copiers that print,copy, scan.Then assign employees their personal code that will permit them to send a print job to a copier and insert their code to retrive printing.This will save cost in toner cartridges, reduce copying abuse, enhance "go green" and provide a tracking method to monitor excessive printing.

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Department of Veterans Affairs

Printer Reduction and Consolidation

As information flows through an organization documents are the key component that drives it. The cost of maintaining and printing documents are very costly to every organization. A good portion of the cost is printing, which includes paper, consumables, power/cooling (i.e., AC) and maintenance. These costs can be controlled or at the very least reduced. A recent Info Trends market research study indicates that the... more »

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