Although sales were significantly affected by the unsettled situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic profit significantly exceeded pre-COVID 2019 profits.
Move comes as Canon is temporarily manufacturing chip-less toner cartrdiges because of global supply shortage.
IT-services company The Network Pro has acquired IT-services company Nextrio for an undisclosed sum. Nextrio is headquartered in Tucson, Arizona,......
ODP Corporation, the parent company Office Depot, has postponed the sale of its Office Depot and OfficeMax office-supplies retail businesses.......
With the COVID-19 pandemic and more employees working offsite, the use of cloud technology to enable employees to access data and documents outside of the office continues to increase.
The beginning of this new year has seen a number of acquisitions, including the most common, document-imaging dealers acquiring other document-imaging dealers.
Among the findings are that enterprises are more confident in their print-infrastructure’s security when they use managed print services, but printers used at home continue to be a security risk.
Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, reported today that it ranked third for the number of U.S. patents awarded in 2021, becoming the only company in the world to have ranked in the top-five for 36 years running.
Canon has engineered a clever way to temporarily solve the current chip shortage for its toner cartridges, but it also means third-party supplies can’t be detected.
Due to the worldwide semiconductor shortage, Canon Inc. is temporarily manufacturing some of its toner cartridges without chips.
It’s designed to provide face-to-face communication, with users able to see and talk to each other in real time.
AMLOS is a meeting solution that uses a single Canon camera and software, and is designed to make in-office meetings more accessible to remote workers, as well as easier to manage.
On December 31st, the ODP Corporation, which is the parent company of Office Depot, announced that it was selling its CompuCom Systems managed IT-services subsidiary for $305 million.
“The country made a mistake over the past one or two decades to farm out manufacturing of all these essential supplies, whether it be now semiconductors or could be healthcare supplies that we needed during the time of COVID.”
Fastest growth to occur in Asia-Pacific region and in UV-curable ink segment.
“The shortages from spare parts and increase in logistics costs are expected to continue until the end of 2022, impacting printer supplies.”