Allows users to convert paper-based documents into electronic data format for archival purposes, as well as, short-term storage, or distribution to other destinations over a network or the Internet. Can help reduce huge volumes of paper stored in file cabinets, and the need to distribute hardcopy documents via interoffice, overnight delivery, or regular mail.
Also known as “PIN printing”, allows users to send print jobs to a device and then not release the job for printing until entering a personal identification number at the device. This helps to eliminate the practice of users sending jobs to print and then not going to retrieve them, or reprinting lost jobs, both of which waste paper.
Electronic mailboxes allow users to store frequently used documents (ie. forms, etc.) into memory at the device, then edit and preview, and/or combine print data with other jobs already stored in a mailbox for later output. This capability provides users with significant flexibility in managing job composition and output, and permits the printing of jobs on demand thereby saving paper costs.
Includes a range of features allowing administrators to track and control device access and usage by department, or on an individual-basis, and allows settings that can be implemented across an entire enterprise (such as page limits, enforce 2-sided printing, restrict/allow color printing, and eliminate banner pages, etc.) to conserve resources.
AIRSHELL is packaging material for our imageCLASS toner cartridges that utilizes air cushioning. It reduces product package sizes, improving shipping efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions generated during transport by 23% to 49%.
This feature allows you to use up to 50% less ink when printing in order to make your ink supply last longer and reduce the number of wasted ink cartridges. (This may affect the quality of photo printing.)
The individual ink tanks may reduce the amount of wasted ink from cartridges as compared to a composite 4 color cartridge, by allowing users to replace individual color tanks rather than entire color cartridges.