Headline Rollup for April 27, 2017
Apex announced the new chips on their website for the Ricoh’s series which was launched in the US and Russia November last year and Apex has released the first replacement chips for the SP C377 series.
While the concept of the paperless office was predicted more than forty years ago, it’s proven to be more myth than reality despite a wealth of advancements in technology. However, while the office of the foreseeable future will still contain paper, those in the know believe our printing habits are in decline, according to a survey by Photizo, the leading market intelligence and consulting firm with dedicated focus on the imaging industry. The firm recently surveyed 50 printing industry professionals to get their views on the future of printed output and their results may surprise you.
Samsung has opened a new website for the users of an Android-based open ecosystem in the U.S.
According to wirthconsulting.org, the global leading OEM has officially launched a new website named the Printing App Center. The website provides Samsung Smart UX Center users with familiar smartphone/tablet MFP functionality. Users of the new website can download multiple printing applications for MFP customization.
HP has made several failed attempts in the past to take market share from the A3 ‘Copier’ vendors, starting with the ill-fated ‘Mopier’, and more recently trying again with Edgeline – which although not successful it its original guise, has provided the basis for the PageWide range, which now appears to be enjoying much greater success.
Canon Inc. First Quarter 2017 Results
Zachs reported that the company had shown a growth of 26.9 percent in the last six months impressing investors and “out performing’ earlier predictions from Zachs. The reasons for the growth are due to three strategies from Staples.
IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CareerBliss, the leading online career community, releases the CareerBliss Happiest Tech Companies. This data is derived from employees who voluntarily submit reviews to CareerBliss.com, evaluating their company’s leadership, culture, compensations and overall work environment. Each review is given an average score indicating where the company ranks between one and five. After analyzing thousands of reviews, Adobe Systems comes in as the happiest technology company to work for, followed by Lexmark, Broadcom, Intuit, Google, Qualcomm and Apple to round out the top ten.
With mid-market companies feeling an increasing need to devote time and resources to network security, the security-as-a-service model is gaining traction, according to new research released yesterday by 451 Research.