There are some obvious thing you know you don’t want to see in your current printer. Slow print times, frequent paper jams and lack of network connectivity — all those are hints at the obvious: it’s time to pull the plug and invest in a new printer.
Yet, there are things that are not so obvious.
Visitors are unable to use your printer without giving the receptionist files on a flash-drive, sharing scanned documents with colleagues takes too many steps, and require too many devices. Or when the printer stops working, there’s only one person around to fix the problem, and he’s not actually around.
When it’s time for upgrade, look for these innovations to keep your work flowing.