In all cases, the issues and solutions shown work very well for businesses or locations with 25+ employees. On the other hand, as you begin to move toward the lower end of the spectrum, the suggestions make less sense. A small business can loose a ton of money by acting big, either by trying to appear larger, or by making decisions based upon a volume or model that doesn't scale down.
Consider: In a rural office with 15 employees where there are 15 workstations, one server, 3 desktop printers (all inkjets) and one network printer, does it make sense to handle user accounts and passwords with automated tools or hire a managed print company? Not so much.
My point? Your suggestions were spot on for an urban medium to large business (kudos!), but one size does not fit all.
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