According to Gartner, for every $500K in annual revenue, there’s an opportunity to cut print costs by 10% to 30%. With the worldwide enterprise print market exceeding $172 billion in 2015, the potential savings are enormous no matter the size of the organization.
According to the Technology Integration Group, print management grows more complex. In an attempt to streamline, many organizations have moved print-related troubleshooting and maintenance to the IT department. While this seems like an obvious fit, IT organizations are overloaded with projects and print-related tasks are often put on the back-burner and addressed on an emergency basis. Does that ring a bell? OES can make that easier by allowing your users self-service access to any printer your business owns anywhere in the world.
According to InfoWorld-- there are 5 risks to storing your data in the cloud you can't ignore. One of those is ownership of the data. An on-site, secure alternative that offers all the benefits of your users want from a cloud storage provider are available as an entitlement if you have OES. But without the risks associated with the the cloud. However, many business aren't using it. Are you one of them?
There's little doubt in my mind that Open Enterprise Server is a smart choice when it comes to saving your company money-- and your IT department all the file and print headaches that seem to plague other operating systems. But for some reason, it's hard to get that message across and get the mind share needed to keep OES installed. If you feel like that's you and your company-- why not get a few people registered and share with them why OES is a smart choice in today's IT environment.