The Ricoh Business Centre Hobart Community Group of the Year Award recognises groups that make a significant contribution to their community.
Winners will be announced at the Awards Gala Presentation Dinner on 22 November 2019.
Ricoh, a leading provider of smart workplace technology, has announced that its Australian business operations are now carbon neutral with the company also becoming the first Australian IT services company to achieve this accolade.
The Story Island Project has won the prestigious Ricoh Business Centre Hobart Community Group of the Year Award at the 2018 Community Achievement Awards and was presented on stage by Phil Brasington - General Manager, Ricoh Business Centre Hobart. With hundreds of nominations, The Story Island Project won the Award from a strong field of community contributors.
Printing PANTONE colours digitally can at times produce interesting results, especially when choosing a bright royal PANTONE blue which you’ll quickly find prints dull on a digital printer. Why?
Produce to the People of Cooee was established in 2009 as a social profit food relief organisation. Set on two acres within Burnie High School, twelve volunteers operate a four-season farm, education centre and emergency food relief hub. In 2016 they partnered with food organisations and retail companies and donated 41,000 kilos of fresh produce to 17,000 people from low-income households experiencing food insecurity.
Its 10pm on a weekday, I’m walking home from the subway station and pass a convenience store, photocopying shop, milk bar, noodle restaurant and a stationery shop – all still open on the off chance someone is hungry, thirsty, needs some photocopying or a pen.
Yes, China stays open for business for as long as people are walking the streets.
When working with a large document it is time consuming to format every heading, subheading, quote and paragraph individually. Using Styles you can instantly change the look with one click.
Ricoh Business Centre Hobart has finished the search for community groups who are making a difference in your community. In order to recognise our community contributors, we encouraged nominations in the Ricoh Business Centre Hobart Community Group of the Year Award, part of the 2017 Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards.
Mail merge, or data merge (InDesign), is an easy way to automate adding unique information into a document. For example, names and addresses into form letters or mailing labels.
In this blog post, we'll explain how to do this in MS Word and Adobe InDesign.
Last Friday, our remote graphic designer Bec took this beautiful photo, she says "It's rare to see a blue sky here, so when I saw this I just had to share it!"
In recent years, small businesses have become an easy target for malicious attacks, hackers, fraudsters, and data encryption and extortion. Also, vulnerability of financial, and commercial data to theft or exfiltration is a serious issue. In some cases, this situation is exacerbated by the fact that small businesses don’t typically have full time IT support staff, if any at all. Outlined below are some simple, essential steps, that can be taken as part of an overall security strategy in your Business.
Daniel Watkins, a some time member of staff and son of a long time member of our service team, Phil Watkins, has just posted another video, this time he's kayaking British Columbia, Pacific North West and California!
We live in a society that is increasingly conscious of its impact on the environment. It is no longer simply a moral choice to ensure your business is environmentally sustainable, it is also the best business practice.
In this blog post, we look at simple ways in Microsoft Word to create professional looking documents.
First up: Font, Paragraph and Line Spacing.
Daniel Watkins, a some time member of staff and son of a long time member of our service team, Phil Watkins, has just posted a video of his four month Europe kayaking adventure in creek boats and slalom boats.
Daniel has represented Australia in many competitions both nationally and internationally and sets his eyes on the next Olympics. He accomplishes it all while working part-time at Ricoh and studying engineering at the University of Tasmania. Go Daniel!
With businesses constantly seeking new strategies to stimulate growth, there is an increased reliance on iWorkers or mobile workers to help achieve these advancements.
An iWorker is distinguished as a worker who uses electronic and printed resources to fulfill their job demands. With the ability to access information both anytime and anywhere, this enables iWorkers to be able to perform their jobs more efficiently. The major benefit of this increased worker efficiency is that it promotes business growth and allows a modern workforce of mobile workers to be easily accessible.
Recently I have sent a few jobs to print and noticed the transparencies were not printing properly. Stuart, our printing guru, told me composite overprint was not checked on the print driver.
So, what exactly is composite overprint?
Controlling costs within a business is one of the most important elements to not only keeping your company afloat, but thriving and evolving into a successful establishment.
With so many areas of a business that need constant attention, implementing sound business practice to save money can often be a neglected area - when it should be at the top of your ever-growing to-do list!
That's why we are giving you a snapshot into just how to lower business costs and counteract financial business challenges, without compromising on the quality of the service your business offers.