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Top News for the Week of 4/14/2014 – Streamline NX for Ricoh MFPs, Drivve for OKI MFPs, New Memjet Print Engine, More

New Products and Solutions Ricoh Rolls out Streamline NX Platform for Document Capture and Distribution, User Management: What does Streamline NX have? A better questions may be what it doesn’t have. For a start, and depending on configuration, Ricoh’s new Streamline NX platform can be equipped with rules-based printing, card-based user authentication, user restrictions for […]

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Xerox: WorkCentre 3315/3325, Phaser 3320 Affected by Heartbleed Vulnerability

Xerox has reported that two of its MFPs, the WorkCentre 3315/3325, and a printer, the Phaser 3320, have been affected by the “Heartbleed” vulnerability. Heartbleed refers to a vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library (Version 1.0.1 to 1.0.1f). Essentially with this vulnerability, encrypted data sent over the Internet can be accessed, stolen, and […]

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New Desktop Scanners from Xerox, the Digital Desktop Organizer and Digital Personal Organizer

Xerox has introduced two new desktop document scanners, the Xerox Digital Desktop Organizer ($495 MRSP), a 25-ppm duplexing Xerox Documate scanner and software, and the Digital Personal Organizer ($299 MSRP), a 20-ppm duplexing flatbed Xerox DocuMate scanner and software. Xerox has included software for creating PDF and text-searchable files from scanned files. Also included is: Cloud storage […]

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Top News for the Week of 4/7/2014 – HP Puts the Capture-and-Route into Enterprise Inkjet; ’4D Printing’; More

New Products and Solutions For an A4 MFP, Hewlett-Packard has packed a lot into its new flagship inkjet Officejet Enterprise Color Flow X585z, including business-class security and capture-and-distribute (including scan to cloud and Microsoft SharePoint), all of which previously were only available with its enterprise-class laser MFPs. We take an in-depth look at the Officejet […]

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Judge Rules Data-Storage Patent-Infringement Suit Against Xerox, Toshiba Can Proceed

Law360 reports that a Delaware federal judge has refused to dismiss nearly a dozen suits brought by a computer engineer against Xerox, Toshiba America,. and others, alleging the companies infringed upon his company’s patented data-storage system, ruling that the computer engineer’s chain of title to the patent is sufficiently clear. The opinion denied motions to dismiss […]

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Xerox Acquires Smart Data, a Provider of e-Discovery Services for the Legal Sector

Xerox has acquired Smart Data Consulting for an undisclosed sum, and says the acquisition is part of its strategy to expand its e-discovery services and technology consulting for law firms and corporate legal departments. Smart Data provides hosted and on-site services using Viewpoint software, an all-in-one e-discovery platform developed by Lateral Data (which Xerox acquired in 2012). Xerox says the […]

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Top News for the Week of 3/31/2014 – Memjet Partner Expands; New Management Appointments; Xerox Lawsuit

  Markets and Marketing Memjet partners continue to expand in North America, with Reprographic Technology International (RTI) Digital of Ontario, Canada, reporting that it’s negotiated a reseller agreement with #1 Network, under which #1 Network, a distributor of graphics-arts printing systems will sell, market, and support the Memjet-powered RTI Vortex 4200 wide-format printer to its reseller network of over 60 North […]

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Class-Action Lawsuit Alleges Xerox Failed to Deliver Health-Insurance Coverage

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that the first class-action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Nevada residents against Xerox, with residents saying that they enrolled in Nevada Health Link and paid insurance premiums, but were never given coverage. The Law firm Callister & Associates filed the lawsuit on behalf of Larry Basich, who signed up for […]

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Tech Data to Distribute Xerox DocuMate Scanners in Europe

Xerox today announced an agreement with Tech Data Europe to distribute Xerox DocuMate document scanners throughout Europe. The partnership, which began on January 1, 2014, provides European IT channels immediate access to the full product line of Xerox document-scanner solutions and extended warranty options.“As one of the world’s largest distributors of technology products and services, […]

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Top News for the Week of 3/24/2013 – HP Inkjets for Enterprises; Trouble for MPHJ; More

Product Briefs HP Introduces New 72-ppm Officejet Enterprise Series The most interesting news this week was Hewlett-Packard’s roll-out of a new color inkjet-based Officejet Enterprise series for, as the name implies, large workgroups and enterprises. The series consists of three MFPs and two printers that are based on HP’s PageWide inkjet print-head technology that is […]

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Ricoh, Xerox, Lexmark File Petition with U.S. Patent Office to Invalidate MPHJ’s Scan-Patent Claims

Ricoh Americas, Xerox, and Lexmark International today filed two petitions for Inter Partes Review of U.S. Patent No. 8,488,173, and certain claims of U.S. Patent No. 7,477,410 at the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO). The new actions are being filed jointly by all three companies in a continuing effort to protect Ricoh, Xerox, and […]

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Robert Zapfel is New Head of Xerox Services

  Xerox announced today the appointment of Robert Zapfel as president of Xerox Services and an executive vice president of the corporation reporting to Xerox Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Ursula Burns. He will join the company on April 1st and will succeed Lynn Blodgett, who will retire at the end of 2014. Blodgett will continue with […]

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Top News for the Week of 3/3/2014 – Ricoh A3 Color MFPs, Kodak Alaris, More

Products Ricoh is shipping new A3 color MFPs with cloud connectivity and smartphone apps. On the “old-school paper side” of things, they also feature also a new optional staple-less document finisher that binds pages together without using staples – a good idea, and something that’ll make them attractive in education – besides the mobile printing […]

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Lexmark, Konica Minolta, Ricoh, and Xerox Sued by Patent-Holding Firm

Marathon Patent Group, a patent-licensing company, reports that its subsidiary, CyberFone Systems, LLC (“CyberFone”), has filed four patent-infringement lawsuits in the United States Eastern District Court of Texas against Lexmark, Konica Minolta, Ricoh, and Xerox. CyberFone is asserting infringements relating to U.S. Patent 6,044,382. The complaints allege that the printer companies have infringed, and continue […]

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Top News for the Week of 2/24/2014 – Good Quarter for HP, New Solutions for Healthcare, More

Solutions At the Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conference that’s dedicated to healthcare IT and was held this week in Orlando, Florida, several imaging vendors showcased new and existing solutions for making the capture, distribution, storage, and retrieval of healthcare records into Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems more efficient and less error-prone. Konica […]

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Xerox Joins Managed Print Services Advocacy Group

The Managed Print Services Association (MPSA) reports that Xerox has joined the association. Xerox joins more than 1,000 other MPSA members that participate in outreach to advance the awareness and value of managed print services (MPS). The MPSA is an independent, not-for-profit organization that serves the MPS industry. Its focus is on the development of […]

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Top News for the Week of 2/10/2014 – Mopria-Certified Printers On the Way; PaperCut for Controlling Mobile Printing; More

Legal News He’s got a lot of other things on his mind – namely the closing of three traffic lanes feeding into the George Washington Bridge last September – but New Jersey Governor Chris Christie made short work of a proposed New Jersey law that would require sellers of ink cartridges to show on how […]

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Xerox Lands Print-Services Contract with Purdue University

Xerox reports that it’s landed a Centralized Print Services(CPS) contract with Purdue University, under which it says it expects to generate a cost savings of up to 15 percent for printing services and document-production operations for the university. Xerox will provide technology, software, and process re-engineering in the university’s four print operations across Indiana, which encompass […]

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