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Cool Times at the Cerner Health Conference

Recently, LRS attended the annual Cerner Health Conference (CHC) in Kansas City, Missouri to discuss the challenges of managing clinical output in Cerner Millennium and Soarian environments.
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Yes, my Windows printing is covered. Now what?

Having a Managed Print Services agreement (MPS) is a good thing that can deliver lots of real-world benefits and improvements. But does it address all of your printing requirements across the enterprise, or should we be looking for ways to drive greater value from the MPS?
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Think You’ve Got Printing Covered?

In talking to organizations of all kinds, I’ve practically lost track of how many clients have said “Yep, we’ve got everything covered, now that we have a Managed Print Service agreement with XYZ Company.”
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LRS Customers Speak Out!

Every day, LRS helps customers solve output problems and reduce costs within their organizations. You’re used to hearing LRS talk about what we do, but when an actual customer steps forward to say how LRS has helped them, that’s far more compelling.
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Citrix Printing Basics (and not-so-basics)

Printing in a Citrix environment seems a lot simpler than it really is. Read about the challenges of printing in a thin-client / zero client environment and learn how your organization can overcome them.
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Tales from the Front

Printing can be a nightmare in any environment where goods are shipped or service orders are sent via document. Read what one former SAP administrator learned during his time on the front lines of print support.
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Hey, Can I Get a Little Self-Service Here?

In today’s business world, two things are certain: companies want to save as much money as possible and workers demand more freedom in how they do their jobs. So it is no surprise that IT organizations are rushing to invest in “self-service” capabilities that let users control aspects of technology once deemed far too complex or risky to entrust to average employees.
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