The two old goats published a fifth letter to Xerox shareholders, again seeking to persuade them that they know nothing about our industry.
More shrewd moves by HP as package and label printing is a growing segment.
Indeed it is nearly impossible to kill a 9-pin dot-matrix printer and the ink cost per page is virtually negligible.
These two refuse to pipe down. Sell Xerox to a competitor or a P.E. firm? What could possibly go wrong with that?
Indeed, cloud services are great, especially when one does not have the IT resources or just wants to shed internal IT support (jobs). However, your data on the cloud also risks issues of data security and control.
Toshiba’s board feels that an ex-banker can cure its recent ills, many of which are technology related.
Fujifilm’s take on the proposed merger.
Even more Toshiba financial anomalies, but this time it’s at the subsidiary of a subsidiary.
More proof that the Asian market still likes to print and copy.
More attempts by Xerox to expand its reach into the downstream market.
Yesterday, Xerox responded to a lawsuit filed by Darwin Deason in the Supreme Court of the State of...
The company whose products are largely tailored to make users accountable for their printing says its mission “is to save the office equipment industry” . . .
The survey says that U.S. companies want security and Canon keeps delivering.
Canon continues to respond to the worldwide demand for bleeding-edge A4 printers.
Ramping up the arsenal of its Channel Partners is a welcome move by Xerox.