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Hints & Tips

Have you sold, traded or thrown out a used printer in the last few years? If so, it’s possible you may also have given someone an opportunity to access personal and business information stored on the machine.

A recent CBS News investigation showed that the hard drives in copiers built since 2002 store document images that can be retrieved and printed later, after the machine has changed hands. While copiers pose the greatest risk, it turns out that some printers work the same way, storing the documents that you have scanned and copied. A well-used machine could hold hundreds or thousands of private records. Read More –>

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How to Save on Paper for Your Printer

March 26, 2010

Ink cartridges aren’t the only consumable that can cost you. Paper isn’t as expensive, but if you use a lot of it, it can definitely make an impact on your budget. And if you use a lot of it unnecessarily—well, that’s bad for the environment and bad for your bank account. Here are a few [...]

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How to remove Trojan.js.Agent.bay

January 26, 2010

Due to a recent attack on our blogs here from a virus that seems to be affecting a lot of people, we worked hard for a few days cleaning our machines and re-writing data on our server, but what if you are infected too? How should you get rid of it, well this is a [...]

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Clearing the Printer Spool

December 23, 2009

Everyone has done it. Just when your day seemed to be going well, you accidentally hit print when you intended to hit close. Suddenly a 12,000 page color document has been sent to the print cue and is coughing out documents faster than you can hit control-alt-delete. Do not panic. You can clear the print [...]

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Is Your Office Like a TV Nightmare?

December 22, 2009

If you find yourself watching NBC’s The Office every Thursday night and relating all too well, take heart. The reason the show is such a big hit is because so many people see themselves suffering through many of the same experiences that occur during prime time. Maybe your boss is too much to bear, or [...]

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How to Tell When Your Office Needs a New Printer

December 16, 2009

  Maybe you’ve had the same printer since you started your business—but times change. Even if your printer still runs well, it may be time to upgrade it—and it may be better for your business if you do. Here are a few signs to look for to know when it’s time to get a new [...]

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Six Ways to Save on Ink

December 15, 2009

Spending too much money on ink? It’s not uncommon—in fact, it’s not uncommon for people to spend much more on ink over the lifespan of their printer than they did in buying the printer in the first place.  However, you can cut down on the amount of ink you use—thereby slashing your ink budget—by adopting [...]

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Top Photo Printing Tips to Help You Print Better Photos

December 11, 2009

It is becoming more and more popular these days to print your photos at home. Whether you are printing scanned photos or photos from a memory card, choosing the right printer is vital to creating the best quality prints. However, once you have a great printer, there are still a number of things you can [...]

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How to Extend the Life of Your Printer

December 9, 2009

Finally found a printer that takes relatively inexpensive ink? Then chances are you’d like to hang on to it. Many printers need to be replaced every two years or so, but your printer could potentially last much longer. Here are a few tips for making sure your printer lasts as long as you need it [...]

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