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How to Implement Copier Security

By | July 26th, 2018|Categories: Copier|Tags: , |

Copiers are standard equipment in many offices, but they can also pose a serious security threat. Taking the proper steps to protect the information stored on your digital copier can prevent the release of sensitive information regarding employees and your company. Learn why copier security is an issue to be taken seriously and how to safely [...]

How to Determine When to Retire Your Copier

By | July 23rd, 2018|Categories: Copier|Tags: , , |

There are few machines in your office that are more necessary and hard-working than the copier. Between spitting out memos, announcements, letters, schedules and other important documents, this machine works from sunup to sundown -- and rarely ever gets noticed except for when something goes wrong. As important as your copier is, it’s vital to your [...]

Questions to Ask When Buying a Copier

By | July 12th, 2018|Categories: Copier|Tags: , |

You’ve finally decided to take the plunge and buy a new copier for your business. There are probably many questions swimming around in your head about what to ask in order to choose the perfect equipment. It's good to ask these questions to ensure you get the copier you need and know how to use it [...]

Things You May Not Know That a Photocopier Could Do

By | April 20th, 2018|Categories: Copier|Tags: , , |

Photocopiers used to only do one thing, and that was make copies of photographs and documents. Today’s copiers, however, can do a multitude of different things thanks to technological breakthroughs. In a way, they are much like computers, able to perform tasks by making clicks or pushing buttons. Most photocopiers today can also serve as a printer. [...]

Load Paper Error Sharp Copier

By | December 5th, 2017|Categories: Copier|Tags: |

Hi, this is Steve from Simple Office Solutions in Santa Rosa, California. Here in Sonoma County. Have you ever received an error on your copy that says, 'load paper'? Even though the paper is fully stocked on the copier? Well, chances are it's because the copy has received a request for a paper that it does [...]

How Use Sharp Multi Shot Feature To Archive Documents

By | November 20th, 2017|Categories: Copier|Tags: , , |

This is Steve with Simple Office Solutions in Santa Rosa, California in Sonoma County. Today, I want to discuss how to archive documents using a feature called 'multi-shot' in their sharp copier. What this allows you to do is to put up to four documents on one page. In fact, you can even go up to [...]

How To Print Secure Jobs On Sharp Copy Machine

By | November 9th, 2017|Categories: Copier|Tags: , |

Hi, this is Steve from Simple Office Solutions here in Santa Rosa, California in Sonoma County. Have you had a document that you like to print on your copier, but you don't want other people to see such as the payroll document or maybe a financial statement? This option is called 'Job Retention' (on Sharp copiers). [...]

Sharp Copier Productivity Feature ‘Stamp’ To Add ‘Watermarks’

By | October 17th, 2017|Categories: Copier|Tags: , , |

Hi, this is Steve from Simple Office Solutions here in Santa Rosa, California, in Sonoma County. Today I would like to discuss a feature that the Sharp, Sharp copiers offer which is called stamp. Basically, allows you to add a date, page number or some text to a copy of a document that you've made. To [...]

How To Send An Email With Sharp Copier

By | June 19th, 2017|Categories: Copier|Tags: , , , |

Hi, this is Steve from Simple Office Solutions in Santa Rosa in Sonoma County. Today, I want to discuss how to send an email to someone who's not in your address book on your copier without using your PC. To start, we go to the Image Send section and touch the Address Book key. So down [...]

How To Copy Both Sides Of An ID With Card Shot By Sharp

By | June 12th, 2017|Categories: Copier|Tags: , , |

Hi, this is Steve from Simple Office Solutions in Santa Rosa and Sonoma County. Today I'd like to discuss taking a card shot on a Sharp copier, which is taking a picture of both sides of an ID without having to change the paper. Have you ever noticed how people will put the card on the [...]