This week, yet another major corporation announced that the majority of its workers will be working remotely or at home......
New HP Amplify Impact program represents major step forward in company’s ambitious goal to become the most sustainable and just technology company by 2030
“Fierce without footprint” – HP announces its most compact enterprise-class printer/MFP series, the HP LaserJet Enterprise 400 Series.
HP executives discussed modernizing print for the full or part-time home worker, securing and managing new distributed print fleets, and its focus on cultivating a contractual business model.
In the office printer/copier industry, we’re seeing companies slowly digging out of several quarters of drastically reduced revenue and earnings.
Among the new introductions are the HP Latex 700W and 800W, which both provide white ink capability for the first time in this category.
Four printer companies have received recognition for their efforts in promoting sustainability with inclusion in the prestigious Global 100 list.......
“Market growth could have been even greater, but supply constraints, particularly on panel and entry level CPUs, created bottlenecks that meant the full demand could not be satiated.”
One of the most innovative approaches office-imaging dealers have taken to diversification is exemplified by Novatech, with its Managed Office portfolio.
North America will account for the majority of global MPS growth, but Europe, Russia, Asia, and Southeast Asia are the fastest-growing markets.
HP’s new appointments also include recruits from Bain & Company, and new general counsel.
Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, today announced that at its request, Amazon had removed dozens of unauthorized toner cartridges from its ecommerce web site.
Remote working is here to stay, with 52 percent of respondents expecting to work flexibly between the home and office.
An HP Task Force dedicated to racial equality and social justice aims for HP to do its part to end systemic racism and inequality.
According to the firm, the OEM-alternative inks provide significant cost savings while providing OEM-equivalent image quality.
Two new market-research reports dramatically illustrate the profound impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and remote work and education.