One of the most interesting and potentially game-changing news items this week was Staples’ announcement that it had signed...
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Print is second only to the Cloud as a top IT security concern, according to the latest research from Quocirca....
Staples, Inc. – which bills itself as “the world’s largest office-solutions provider” – announced today that it’s signed an agreement...
In a previous post, we explained how at its 2019 Investor Day meeting last week, Xerox executives laid out how...
Relationship with Fuji Xerox also said to be stable.
“By simplifying our operations, instilling a culture of continuous improvement, investing in growth areas and capitalizing on new and adjacent market opportunities, we anticipate that we can achieve flat to growing revenue by 2021.”
Currently, customers can only enroll in the program at the time they purchase their printer. However, Canon says it’s working to update the program, presumably to include more options.
Profit amounted to 33.7 billion yen, an 81.2 percent year-over-year increase.
This is the first line of MFPs from Canon to incorporate SIEM integration, and other new security features.
Canon Inc of Tokyo, Japan, today reported financial results for its fourth-quarter 2018 and its full 2018 fiscal year.
The Lexmark Two Series is designed for micro-workgroups looking to simply and securely print, copy, fax and scan, all within a compact and easy-to-use device.
Net income for the fourth quarter was $137 million, compared to a loss of $190 million for fourth-quarter 2017. Fourth-quarter EPS was 56 cents per share, an increase of $1.34 versus fourth-quarter 2017.
Fujifilm North America Corporation, Graphic Systems Division, has received exclusions on the majority of the 147 Exclusion Requests it filed several months ago.
Last year, in an October conference call with investors, Xerox CEO John Vistentin had commented on Xerox’s possible entry into the 3D-printer market, announcing that Xerox is developing “a road map to participate in 3D printing.”
Customers “will now be able to automatically add features throughout their MFPs’ lifecycle similar to the way a Tesla car is constantly adding features and functions, and we’ll deliver this through a subscription-based business model like iTunes or Spotify.”
With the addition of six new color inkjet printers for the commercial market, we continue our commitment to channel partners by providing new solutions to expand their own customer base.””