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Did you know that scanner technology is over 60 years old? The first scanner was built in the 1950s and the first image ever scanned was a photograph of the infant son of one of the inventors. Today, people still use scanners to preserve family...

As more Arizonans return to the workplace, it’s essential to implement new cleaning and sanitation guidelines to keep employees safe and healthy at the office. While many offices do utilize custodial services, these services may not be enough to stop the spread of illness and...

Whether you work from home or manage an office with hundreds of employees, there’s a common frustration that can interrupt any workday: Paper jams. While modern printers come outfitted with the latest features and technology to help prevent paper jams, they can still occur from...

You can extend the lifespan of your office printer by scheduling maintenance services as needed. However, even regular upkeep won’t allow a printer to last forever. Plus, as new models are rolled out, your current printer’s capacity will eventually become obsolete. At some point, you’ll...

Your office needs the right equipment and supplies to get work done and satisfy your customers or clients. If you’re in need of a new printer, you might gravitate toward a laser printer. Laser printers have long been used in offices, while inkjets are generally...

Today, office workers take copiers for granted, but before they became commonplace people had to rely on carbon copies. The first copy was performed in a NYC apartment in 1938. The inventor, Chester Carlson, used a handkerchief, static electricity, and powder to create the first...