Headline Rollup for February 16, 2017

Why K-12 Schools Need Managed Print Services

Many of us know that public schools around the country are experiencing massive budget cuts, which limit students’ academic and extracurricular opportunities. These budget cuts also affect teachers, who often have to spend their own money on school supplies for their students.


WiFi can screw up your printer!

Ever been frustrated that the print you urgently needed half an hour ago has failed for the 10th time? Of course! Well, one modern reason for that failure may be your WiFi! One favourite statistic often quoted was that printers accounted for 40% of helpdesk calls – I’d like to think that this percentage has fallen in recent years but, as we enter more and more into the mobile, wireless age, that percentage could start to rise again.


The fight against commoditization

What is commoditisation? 

Commoditisation is the process by which goods with economic value and distinguishable attributes (uniqueness or brand) become simple, interchangeable, commodities in the eyes of the market or consumers. It is the movement of a market for that product from differentiated to undifferentiated price competition.


Konica Minolta Launches New Series with State-of-the-Art Technology for a Smarter Office Experience

Ramsey, NJ – February 16, 2017 – Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta), Responding to the latest market trends and client needs in the area of office printing, Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta), has recently refreshed its portfolio.


Sale rumors send Toshiba group shares tumbling

TOKYO — Toshiba group stocks have taken a further hit from the financial woes of the parent as speculation mounts that it may unload shareholdings to survive.


Ricoh USA launches new colour printers

The two new “user-friendly” machines help to “deliver high quality output in [an] eco-friendly small footprint”.


Stretchable inkjet circuit developed

Researchers at Michigan State University have “developed the first stretchable integrated circuit”, which was made using an inkjet printer.

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