Category: Kyocera

Kyocera Reports Stellar Six-Month Financial Results

Kyocera Corporation of Japan released financial results for the six months of its fiscal year that ended on September 30th, reporting that net sales for the six months increased by ¥85,102 million, or 13.0 percent, to ¥738,345 million, compared with the six months that ended on September 30, 2016, representing...

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New Kyocera Net Manager Fleet-Management Solution

KYOCERA Document Solutions America has introduced KYOCERA Net Manager (KNM), a server-based, Web-accessed solution that enables administrators and IT staff to manage and track print volumes for individual users, as well as  each device by department or branch, from one central location. KYOCERA Net Manager provides control over...

This Week in Imaging: Secure Networks for Secure Printers and Copier/MFPs; Trouble at Fuji Xerox; More

Printer and copier/MFP security is in the news again this week, mainly due to the recent high-profile business-focused wannacry ransomware and petya malware security breaches. KYOCERA Document Solutions also released its SecureAudit security solution. “So what” you say? The real news is that KYOCERA is laudably making an...

Kyocera Releases SecureAudit for Copier/MFP Security

Earlier this month, KYOCERA Document Solutions U.K. released a new HyPAS business application, KYOCERA SecureAudit, which enables organizations to check the security status of their Kyocera HyPAS-enabled  copier/MFPs. SecureAudit works by scanning each copier/MFP’s status against a range of security-benchmarked criteria, providing managers with “instant visibility” into each...

Kyocera Acquires OnBase Reseller DataBank

KYOCERA Document Solutions America reports that it’s acquired DataBank IMX for an undisclosed sum. The firm says the  acquisition represents an extension of the successful alliance between KYOCERA and DataBank, formed in 2016. DataBank is the single largest North American reseller of Hyland OnBase, a global enterprise content...

This Week in Imaging: A Resurgent HP; Ricoh, HP Team Up with 3D Printers in Japan; More

“The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” So said the imitable American author Mark Twain, and nearly the same – throughout the years of its many ups-and-downs – could have been thought about HP printing and PCs. But it was the San Francisco Chronicle that pointed...