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Despite the rapidly increasing digitization, there are still many people that prefer the feel of good old paper between their fingertips. Sure, this might be justifiable in the case of belles-lettres and comic books. However, more often than not, lot of employees click the “print” button without giving it a second thought.

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Despite the rapidly increasing digitization, there are still many people that prefer the feel of good old paper between their fingertips. Sure, this might be justifiable in the case of belles-lettres and comic books. However, more often than not, lot of employees click the “print” button without giving it a second thought. Paper consumption still shows an unpleasantly growing tendency. Not only do the tall piles of unnecessarily printed files indisputably have a negative environmental impact — they can also get quite costly. …


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We’ve all been there — first we wait in a long supermarket queue and when it’s finally our turn, we spend ages searching our wallet or pockets for the right coins to hand over to the cashier. But a few years ago, the “magic beep” of contactless payment came to our rescue. And its popularity has been increasing ever since. For example, Czechia, which is not exactly known as a great technological innovator, is a world leader when it comes to contactless payment, preceded only by Australia. The Czechs simply love “to beep” and they have many opportunities to do so, as all the payment terminals in Czechia have to be contactless. Touch-free technology is, however, not limited only to payment cards — quite far from that. …


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In the age of digitization, companies reinvent their processes and encourage their employees to think twice before printing a piece of paper. Still, when you type “office printing costs” or “printer usage monitoring” into Google, this is what starts popping up:

“As much as 3% of a company’s income is spent on printing, copying, filing and posting paper documents.” ()

“An average person uses between 250 and 300 kilos of paper every year.”

“According to a of small businesses, 47 percent report that employees printing email was a big part of their print usage.”

“Almost two thirds of small businesses can’t track how much their print devices cost them, nor can they track their usage.” …

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