27 Oct 2021

Three Key Things Nonprofits Need to Consider When Choosing a Copier

Managing a nonprofit is inherently rewarding and challenging. You work hard, but, when you choose equipment and solutions that suit your organization’s mission, you can leverage those tools to[…]

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11 Mar 2021

What Can I Do With My Old Copier?

All good things must come to an end. That old copier that you’ve made so many memories with — all of the winning proposals printed, the memes you post on your boss’s door, and even all of the[…]

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09 Mar 2021

When Should I Switch Copier Dealers?

It’s human nature to resist change. We like sticking to what we know, even if things aren’t going as smoothly as we had hoped.

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10 Sep 2020

What Do I Need to Know About Leasing a Copier? Part 2

This is the second installment in our blog series about leasing a copier. If you haven’t already done so, read Part 1 first. )

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03 Aug 2020

When I Own and Service My Copier, I Save Money, Right?

We all know that if you plan on using something more than a few times, it is best to own that thing — whether it is our favorite movie, a snowblower, or something else. If you owning a movie costs[…]

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23 Jul 2020

Precision Care: Filling the Gaps in Your Copier’s Service Agreement

When you sign a service agreement with a copier vendor, whatever hardware issues you run into are generally covered, but what about software issues? Well, Cobb has a solution: our Precision Care[…]

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06 Jul 2020

Does My Copier Need a Booklet Finisher?

This blog was updated on Tuesday, December 15th, 2020.

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21 May 2020

What is a click?

A click is a unit of measurement the imaging industry uses to count an image produced by an MFP or other printing device. Watch to learn how clicks inform you of your MFP's lifecycle and more!

 

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12 May 2020

What's the difference between a copier and an MFP? A quick guide to office technology industry terms

Every industry and every profession has its own jargon. For example — if I were to say “API” to a chemical engineer, their brain would automatically translate that abbreviation to “Active[…]

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