Separating Copying Functions from Printing and Scanning

Surrendering Multifunction Features in your Copier Charlotte
You might want to consider forgoing using multifunction capabilities for your copier Charlotte. In this day and age, the vast majority of copiers you purchase will have some level of multifunction capability. However, you might also want to invest in separate infrastructure for specialized tasks such as printing, scanning, and faxing for a variety of reasons:
  • A separate printer, scanner, and fax will ensure your copier is free for copying — not eaten up by other processes. Memory overhead is reduced and availability is increased.
  • A MFP might have extra bulk or take up physical real-estate making it unwieldy or unsuitable compared to a standalone printer or scanner, depending on the amount of space at your disposal.
  • Faxes, which could be critical to have up and running at all times, might be best served with a standalone machine, ensuring that downtime for the copier doesn’t put the fax service offline as well.

The additional features for scanning, fax, or printing might be shortchanged in a MFP copier Charlotte, whereas a standalone versions of these features could offer superior, dedicated functionality.


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