Fresno Printer Fax Networking Service

It can be frustrating when your devices don’t all talk to each other like they should. In a perfect world, all our electronics would be able to interface with each other and share information at your behest. However – technology is still evolving. This means that all our different devices don’t always communicate together. One example of this is with printers and faxes. If you have more than one computer, or if you’re not a big fan of always tethering your laptop to a printer, you have probably experienced issues with printing from your computer. You want to just be able to click the print button and have a hot, fresh-printed piece of paper waiting for you whenever you decide to pick it up. It’s just annoying to have to re-plug your computer into your printer whenever you want to print something. You might as well just run into Fresno to print it at that point.  Shouldn’t your printer and fax be able to network just like your computer?

Well as it turns out, they can! If you want to leave your printer hooked up to your desktop and share it so that your laptop can print, that’s a possibility, or if you want to network your printer so that you can print to it from anywhere – even downtown Fresno. Here at Nerds On Call we can network your printer and fax so that you can get your business done wherever you need! We’re here in Fresno to help you out – and of course we’ll always offer free estimates. Give us a call or click the chat icon below to find out how we can help you!

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USB Port

A USB port is a standard interface used to connect various devices to a computer or other host device. USB stands for Universal Serial Bus, and USB ports are used to connect devices like flash drives, external hard drives, keyboards, mice, printers, and smartphones.