It’s Thursday, the 23rd, and there are only a few days left until the Office Space screening at the Palace Theatre. Two brave printers have stepped forward to sacrifice themselves for charity and we’ve acquired the bat and goggles to do the job. Stay tuned for a preview to be posted today.
Ulster Chamber breakfast
In other news, we attended another great Ulster Chamber breakfast today. Ulster County Executive Mike Hein spoke emphatically about the initiatives they have planned for the region and we listened to an operatic performance of God Bless America.
We spoke with some interesting members of the Chamber. Clearly, the benefits of a good document management solution is getting out—three of the five companies represented at our table had already begun, or have long been engaged in, electronic document management. While we certainly enjoy making new contacts and identifying fresh opportunities, it’s great to see the process catch on. One person reported that even though they have an electronic document management and viewing system, certain people in their office still have to print everything.
Which is fine, really. As long as the overall tide is moving toward going paperless, if someone is more efficient or comfortable reading a document on paper, the best we can ask for is that it be printed in duplex on recycled paper, and that once it’s no longer needed, that it gets shredded for recycling again.
Door prize delivered
And we managed to track down Center for Spectrum Services, recipient of our door prize last month. They were delighted to have 50 buttons with their logo on them.
One thing to consider, still, is setting restrictions with regard to printing. In CNG, there exists advanced options that enable the administrator to allow or disallow an individual to print a document, as well as security options at the folder or cabinet level. And once you allow someone to print, you can still review the history and see who printed what. Now, that makes for some versatile printing capabilities.
The Palace marquee
We stopped by the Palace Theatre on the way back to our office in Albany, and grabbed a quick shot of the marquee advertising the Office Space screening. If you haven’t registered yet, make sure to do so here: http://ebz.me/officespace