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What’s New In Office Technology in 2022?

by Posted on March 17, 2022

Remote workers, less printing, more network issues? If your organization is dealing with one or more of these issues you are not alone. It has been a common theme since 2020. With the peaks and valley’s of the Coronavirus pandemic, it makes sense. It is easy to understand why so many businesses, churches, schools, and other organizations have transitioned from traditional operations to a new way of thinking. Let’s face it, copier companies that service customers with new office equipment have had to pivot as well.

In 2022, one common observation we have seen is how many workers are working remotely. From small businesses to major fortune 500 companies, working remotely is no longer a thing of the past. Zoom and other platforms have made it easy to work from home. Solutions in managed network services are here to assist those that have transitioned to working outside of the traditional office. Another common observation is churches and businesses printing less bulletins, menu’s, and other important documents. Some organizations have even began to phase out paper completely, and store important documents safely and securely. If this is your organization, I would highly recommend you check out our Docuware page here: https://www.modernimpressions.com/docuware/

Here is also a short video on Docuware- https://youtu.be/zJjLOaFXE0Q

Lastly, we realize with a record of people online now, network issues are more common than they use to be. Our Managed Network division is working hard to help those in need of effective IT Services. Check out Cody’s short video here- https://youtu.be/babUplYMgzs?list=TLGGYq7uYaKNZeMxNzAzMjAyMg

These are three of many transitions that we have seen take place since the start of the pandemic. We understand that it can be difficult navigating some of these issues, but it does not have to be. If you are interested in learning more about these services, or simply have questions feel free to give us a call at 704-597-7253 or e-mail [email protected]

Thank you,

Jeff Ray