Headline Rollup for February 14, 2017

Xerox: Inkjet Is a Reality for All Print Providers “Right Now”

Early adopters of Xerox’s inkjet technology say they are seeing measurable business results such as increased page volumes, savings from printing on standard offset coated stocks, and faster turnaround on high-volume transactional print jobs.

HP Inc. Protects Businesses from Web-Based Attacks with HP Sure Click

Company partners with Bromium Inc. to further strengthen the world’s most secure and manageable PCs

New compact Ricoh devices bring affordability and simplicity to multiple business environments

MALVERN, Pa.Feb. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Ricoh USA, Inc. today announced new black and white multifunction printers (MFPs) and laser printers designed to empower users to produce quality output quickly and easily. Boasting a compact size, high print quality and a low total cost of ownership (TCO), the RICOH SP 377DNwX and RICOH SP 325DNw printers; and the RICOH SP 377SFNwX and RICOH SP 325SFNw MFPs are an economical solution that helps meet the unique document imaging and information sharing needs of small businesses and workgroups.

Nuclear write-down leaves Toshiba with $3.5bn loss in 3Q

TOKYO — Toshiba likely suffered a group net loss of about 400 billion yen ($3.52 billion) in the nine months through December. The loss is largely due to a goodwill impairment of around 600 billion yen on a U.S. nuclear unit that came to light in late 2016.

Packaging Printing Market 2017 by Printing Ink, Printing Technology, Material, Application and Region – Global Forecast to 2026

Dublin, Feb. 14, 2017 —  Research and Markets has announced the addition of the  “Packaging Printing Market by Printing Ink, Printing Technology, Material, Application and Region – Global Forecast to 2026” report to their offering.

Creepy Christian Slater Hacks Your Printer in HP’s ‘Wolf’ Campaign

At a time when hacking dominates much of the news, HP is turning to Mr. Robot himself to highlight its new security platform designed to protect business printers. The Palo Alto-based company has tapped Christian Slater for a year-long digital series called “The Wolf” in order to draw attention to cybersecurity in the workplace.

WhatTheyThink Adds Industrial Print Coverage

WhatTheyThink today announced that it has launched a new special-interest section on WhatTheyThink, the printing and publishing industry’s leading media resource. This new area focuses on emerging trends in the rapidly-growing area of industrial printing. The microsite will feature commentary and analysis on technical and business trends in industrial printing including 3D printing, industrial inkjet, functional printing and other areas in which printing technology is used for industrial applications and manufacturing.

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