With the world turned upside down, some industries are decentralizing their workforce while others are experiencing an explosion of new hires. You solve the biggest problems first — ensuring skeleton crews can keep the office lights on, at-home workers can access their VPNs and call their customers, and new hires have the basic equipment required to fulfill their increasingly vital roles.
Once the dust settles (a bit), you are hit with a second wave of challenges — things you didn’t even consider before. If the office is still open, who’s ordering toner for the printers and changing it when they run low? For employees that need to produce business-critical documents, is there a printer powerful enough to address those “asks” and small enough to fit in an ad-hoc home office? If you doubled your print demand when you doubled your essential workforce, will your current printers be up to the task?
I’m going to walk you through these critical printer questions and suggest some ready-made solutions that our team has developed.