Headline Rollup for January 4, 2018

Will 2018 see the death of printers and email in the workplace?

Office workers want their workplace to be flexible, adaptable and free from processes and systems that slow down productivity. But what do they expect for the future of the workplace?

That was the year that was – the channel

In our second look back over the last year it’s time to focus the lens more on what happened in the channel. Although there was growth and digital transformation projects gave reasons for customers to invest in IT there were challenges out there as well, with some of them lasting most of the year.

3 Stages Sales Reps Can Leverage Content To Close New Business

What a legendary line from the iconic sales movie Glengarry Glen Ross. Closing is indeed part of the sales process, however; allow me to introduce you to a new sales mantra…

American reams: why a ‘paperless world’ still hasn’t happened

Old Mohawk paper company lore has it that in 1946, a salesman named George Morrison handed his client in Boston a trial grade of paper so lush and even, so uniform and pure, that the client could only reply: “George, this is one super fine sheet of paper.” And thus Mohawk Superfine was born.

Top Ten Copier & Imaging Industry Predictions for 2018

What a year!  Ricoh sells most of their SMB accounts to dealers (not including education, legal and production) and proves that they are dedicated to their dealers.

The surprising thing Google learned about its employees — and what it means for today’s students

The conventional wisdom about 21st century skills holds that students need to master the STEM subjects — science, technology, engineering and math — and learn to code as well because that’s where the jobs are. It turns out that is a gross simplification of what students need to know and be able to do, and some proof for that comes from a surprising source: Google.

7.5 Ways That Work-From-Home Increases Corporate Profit

I’ve written repeatedly about the perils of open plan offices but have never explained how the alternative-;allowing most or all of your employees to work from home-;can have a huge positive impact on your bottom line. Here’s how:

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