Headline Rollup for February 23, 2017
Solarity Connector links Lexmark MFPs to leading scanning and indexing software for medical records
MELVILLE, N.Y., February 20, 2017 – Building on a decade of experience in inkjet technology, Canon U.S.A, Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced its new Océ ProStream series inkjet press, a solution designed to open up new business opportunities for commercial printers. Leveraging two years of development and a greenfield approach regarding design, this series is built on new innovative technology that takes high-speed inkjet to the next level of color output quality and media versatility, particularly in high-growth segments such as publishing, premium direct mail, graphic arts, and marketing collateral.
Japan Times shared an article discussing the “key focus” of new US President Donald Trump’s “inaugural address” earlier this year, which was “bringing manufacturing back to the United States and restoring employment opportunities”. The site noted in turn that “a number of American companies […] have cancelled plans to build new plants in Mexico to shift investments back to their homeland”.
Whether you’ve just gotten your first iPhone or iPad or have had iOS devices for a long time and need a quick refresher, it’s useful to know how to print directly from your device. Read on for a couple of options to easily print directly from iPhone and iPad.
Pitney Bowes (PBI), a global technology company that provides innovative products and solutions to power commerce, today announced an agreement with TagG and HP to develop a new native IPDS (Intelligent Printer Data Stream) Controller for the Pitney Bowes IntelliJet and HP PageWide Web Press printing systems to deliver higher-value communications.
The Mopria® Alliance, a global non-profit membership organization chartered to drive industry-wide standards for mobile printing, today announced Mopria print technology has reached a user adoption milestone with more than 500 million installations and 300 million active users. Mopria print technology is designed to simplify printing from Android devices to more than 88 million1 certified printers.
The reports have been published biannually since 2011, and Nubeprint stated each is “the result of deep testing of printer and copier models installed at customers, and under the assumption that the device has to be managed remotely using a data collection agent (DCA)”. Tests take place “under the same conditions that any dealer faces when operating its managed print service contracts”.