Coordinated Business Systems Blog / Document Management

How Cloud Computing Can Benefit Small Businesses

When starting a business, servers and networking equipment can be a significant expense. To reduce this burden, many businesses are turning to cloud computing. Cloud computing provides a number of benefits including improved scalability, cheaper support, and automated backups. As a re …

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Is Your Copier Contract On AutoPilot?

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When buyers go through the process of acquiring copy and print equipment for their office, they are diligent, to say the least. In many cases, it comes down to fractions of a cent per page between vendors. IT can be a blood bath. But then, once the contract is awarded it is far too co …

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Have the 5 Most Common IT problems Changed?

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Our most-read blog over the past 5 years has been “The 5 Most Common IT Problems Your Company Faces”. As we navigate the current landscape of business, I asked myself the question, have these problems changed? Let’s review and find out...

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Why People Hate Buying Copiers

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In the song “these are a few of my favorite things” I have never heard “my copier” adlibbed in. Copiers are a necessary evil. Your office has to have a copier along with printers and they always seem to break at the worst possible moment. “Hey, copier! I have a proposal to do in fifte …

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5 Signs You Need Document Management.

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Every business in America manages documents. Whether that be a bank of file cabinets organized by year, month, and customer, or if it is a stack of paper on your desk that you dig through when you need to find something. This is managing documents.

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What you Should Expect from your Managed IT Provider

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It is common for any company that uses the internet and has an online network to also have someone on their staff working in IT. A lot of the time, it is either one person or a small group of people that work “in-house” and are hired to work on site.

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Information Overload: How Do You Deal With Document Management?

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If you find yourself wading through a sea of documents for 15 minutes without finding exactly what you are looking for, it's most likely time for your organization to improve your document management system. Having everything organized and easy to find saves you massive amounts of tim …

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Copier and Printer Repair Do's and Don'ts

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Office printers and copiers are essential to any business. Whether preparing a big pitch or an important business meeting - we depend on them to churn out essential documents.

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How your Small Business can Leverage Managed IT

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Most businesses in the modern age rely heavily on technology and the internet. Fields of expertise vary, some professionals with a small or new business perhaps don’t have adequate knowledge of IT themselves, and are unable to manage every situation that may arise.

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