Making Sense of Your Cartridge Options

When it comes to enabling print in your office, choosing a printer is only part of the process. Procuring print supplies like ink and toner is another key aspect of making print possible. This insight piece will discuss the different types of marking supplies in the market, as well as pros and cons of each.


Sheep = Network Printer. Wolf = Security Breach

Copiers Northwest and BluZebra Technologies hosted a Lunch and Learn in Vancouver, Washington with HP onsite as their guest speaker.…


Printer and MFP Supplies: What’s the Norm?

The types of printer and multifunction printer (MFP) supplies used in your organization can have a significant impact on cost as well as the effectiveness of your internal and external/customer communications. Before deciding on the appropriateness of your current supplies mix, it may be helpful to consider some norms around supplies use in North American businesses. This blog post will provide some key findings in this area.


Lunch and Learn – Print Security

You can RSVP by emailing Alan Gold at agold@bluzebratech.com You can RSVP by emailing Alan Gold at agold@bluzebratech.com


Key Considerations When Purchasing Supplies

This insight piece will discuss the most popular outlets for purchasing toner and ink for business printing. It will also outline important factors to consider when purchasing from these sources.


Is Personal Printing at the Office a Problem?

When asked whether they print personal documents at the office, 78% of U.S. workers reported that they sometimes do. Keypoint Intelligence/InfoTrends suspects that in most cases, eliminating personal printing in the office will have more drawbacks than doing nothing. Nevertheless, some organizations may see a need to set limits, or require compensation if personal prints exceeds an allowable limit.