The COVID-19 pandemic, along with the acceleration of digital transformation, will radically change how offices will look and operate.
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Canon is also forecasting a recovery for its financial results in 2021, forecasting for instance, that demand for its office MFPs will increase and print volumes will recover.
Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, announced today that it had obtained a judgement of acceptance, as well as Amazon toner-cartridges......
North America will account for the majority of global MPS growth, but Europe, Russia, Asia, and Southeast Asia are the fastest-growing markets.
Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, today announced that at its request, Amazon had removed dozens of unauthorized toner cartridges from its ecommerce web site.
Two new market-research reports dramatically illustrate the profound impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and remote work and education.
But print security remains generally neglected, with 64 percent of organizations surveyed reporting they had experienced print-related data losses in 2020.
On January 14th, Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, announced that Amazon had removed a number of unauthorized, third-party toner cartridges......
Print applications that require a high-volume A3 MFP continue to decline, but there may be opportunity for a new breed of lower-cost, more flexible A4 devices.
The firm notes that enterprises continue to seek to minimize physical contact in the office, including contact with MFPs’ touchscreens.
Canon Inc. today announced that, at its request, Amazon had removed several third-party toner cartridges at its request. Litpol Ltd.......
The plan would save money and reduce carbon dioxide emissions, as well as address a severe shortage of truck drivers in Japan.
Canon has also pledged not to enforce its intellectual property rights against development, manufacturing, and other activities whose purpose is stopping the spread of COVID-19.
As in the 1920s, today we’re also seeing a rapid increase and adoption of technological innovation, such as cloud computing and Internet of Things.
Canon U.S.A. Inc. was hit with a proposed class action after a ransomware attack exposed current and former employees’ personal......
For office-printer companies, the big question is, once employees return to offices, will they return to office printing after many have learned how to cope without it?