Penny Wise, Printer Foolish: 10 Ways Not to Save Money on Printing - Buy the Wrong Cartridge: Ink Jets
Choosing ink jet cartridges can be tricky, because cartridges have a shelf life and nozzles can clog, forcing you to throw out the cartridge. If you print every day, the best deal is probably the most expensive cartridge. If you often go without printing for days or weeks, the least expensive cartridge may be the better choice.
Printers, obviously, cost money, and so does printing, so it's only reasonable to try to cut costs. Unfortunately, the strategies that many offices use to keep costs down are actually counterproductive. Here are 10 things you may be doing to save money that could actually be costing money instead.
By M. David Stone