LOOKING AT a typical office setting, it is no surprise to find gadgets and computers, even various stationery and supplies spread around the usually four-cornered, four-walled room.
Being technology-equipt is one obvious indicator of the current financial status of an organization. And while there is this sense of approval, and even great assurance in knowing your current company is effectively making use of technology, there is just one problem – cables.
Indeed, mismanaged cables or wires can be very hazardous. Octopus wire connection, anyone? No way should they be left in tangled! Left disorganized, cables can cause accidents within the workplace. If unintentionally cut or damaged, they can even start a fire.
Fortunately, a lot of devices now no longer require cables to be connected to computers. One great example is a copier.
Copiers now come with the advantage of a wireless connection. And when we say wireless connection, we mean the cableless system. Hence, there are no more pesky wires to worry about. It also allows several computers to connect to the device for easy printing or scanning.
Copiers with network connections allow employees to quickly process their printing needs without being physically close to the machine. So not only does it make it easier for them but also gives so much more space to the entire office. The greater space, the easier it is for people to go around, and not to mention, fewer accidents.
So, when leasing, opt for a copier that requires less cable connection. Otherwise, go directly for a more convenient and less-hazardous alternative: the wireless connected copiers.
These copiers may cost a bit more than their cabled counterparts, but as they say, you can never put a price on safety.
It is important to stay safe while promoting an environment that ensures it. Indeed, wireless copiers help promote safety and security within the workplace.