Sacramento Printer Fax Networking Service

If you’ve got more than one computer, chances are that you want to be able to print from your printer from any of them. It’s no fun when you have to drag your laptop over to your printer, unplug it from your desktop, and plug it into your laptop before you can print. I mean, at that point you might as well drag your laptop to your Sacramento Kinko’s to get the document printed off. Wouldn’t it be better if you could just connect to one printer from anywhere you wanted? Heck, it would be great if you could actually just put the printer or fax in a central location without even having it be hardwired to a computer. That’s called networking.

Networking your printer or fax means that you can connect it to the network just like you’d connect any other computer – wired or wireless. Then you can connect to the printer from wherever you want – you can even be out of your house in downtown Sacramento and still print to your printer at home – or receive scanned faxes through a home fax machine.

If you want to get your printer and fax networked, give us a call! Your Sacramento Nerds would love to help you set up a system that works for you! It can be hard to figure out all the technical details of the system if you haven’t been training for years to do it. Fortunately, that’s our job! We’d love to help you hook up your printing devices to the rest of your technology. Give us a call or click the chat icon below to get started!

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