Headline Rollup for February 20, 2018

Canon Discusses Strong 2017 Growth, Future Plans During Press Event

Earlier this week in Hollywood, Fla., Canon brought together dozens of industry press and analysts for its annual One Canon Event, where they had the chance to talk with Canon executives, customers and partners, hear about upcoming Canon technology introductions and get an update on Canon’s market growth.

HP Starts Selling iPhones and Macs

This essentially means that HP will start selling Apple devices to its customers as part of the DaaS offering – this program has been launched to allow businesses to purchase new hardware with a subscription, rather than pay upfront.

HP’s firmware legal saga continues

The two-year dispute over HP’s controversial firmware update, which blocks third party cartridges, rumbles on with the filing of an amended complaint at the United States District Court in San Jose.

The 2018 Managed Service Provider 500 Complete Listing

CRN again assembles the Managed Service Provider 500, an annual list that recognizes North American solution providers with cutting-edge approaches to delivering managed services. The MSP Elite 150 identifies large, data center-focused MSPs with a strong mix of on-premise and off-premise services.

Introducing the New Fuji Xerox

Earlier today, Xerox and Fujifilm announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement to combine Xerox and their longstanding Fuji Xerox joint venture. The combined company will be a global leader in innovative print technologies and intelligent work solutions, with annual revenues of $18 billion and leadership positions in key geographic regions.

5 Best Practices in Subscription Pricing

We all know that subscription pricing is hot. Many companies, consumer and B2B, startup and established, are experimenting with subscriptions. It’s trickier than it looks. If your company is considering a subscription offering, here are some best practices to keep in mind.

Xerox, once a business icon, is about to disappear — take heed, Amazon and Google

It was not so long ago that one could count on certain familiar guideposts of business: Xerox was the dominant provider of office equipment, Sears the biggest retailer, General Electric the leading manufacturer of, well, almost everything, and you couldn’t take a photograph without Kodak.

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