It's tempting to buy the cheapest printer possible, and it's easy to keep rolling out prints in full colour, even when you don't need colour.
Take a bit of care though, and you could be saving yourself, or your boss (which can only be a good thing, right?), quite a bit of money.
As Sholto Macpherson explains in the video below, it's possible to save three to four times the difference in price between a cheap-as-chips printer and a more expensive model.
In this video we introduce you to a few basic concepts like TCO, pages per cartridge, and steps to start cutting down on bad printing habits around the office, including:
How to disable colour printing in Windows 7
Enforce B&W printing for people on your network using a colour access policy manager
The benefits of signing a printing contracts instead of buying and setting up all the bits and pieces yourself.
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